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I \i.unLau auiqifiicp-hiub itrnnLUig utMUMubi Stluiu^ luniLiunL. jpu^ 
UlUlUnLp-BUJU ibqni.li lunaji dfini , "{ll puiatiLiP u/baujiP U. nhn^iun^ 
iuilig quui'^i/iiiuu t/iniuq tuna.pb , lai'aiulul^ tfUnputhnn n.uMn&nuiuou f 
1'''"l't-1) "■ ll^lPnt^ fiSa ifiiLO-u/bl; "ibnnna. L 'Snhjtugni.gutiil^ I'Hp' * 
JjlTit^uuiftlM p JitinnL,g ^luibuiliuiii ibqnLU Jbp l^uibii^iuubuii ^ Jpyn 
anpM L r^uipp ibqaLiug , jnpng pvunnuiP j/b^ uiJautpbuii ^ a.uiiiS,u , 
nptupap nJut'iin bV Qnfl' i y,""p/' ^ luJutfA putpputti-jfii , nn,p 'Siup^ 
utuipnLJd-buiJp. PiupqJu/Liutg dbpng ^"hng b. tinpng* Ibnp hSfu q.pbpf; 
uiuutuup^a puigbuii hb 4"// puippuiit-nia U pjinutpitubbui/ qnptpuiu 
a.iu nut ihiupuig "linpuM* jii-pbuAg "bpajiii b trnquip tbutJtbnLp-biuJ^ t 
IjPI^ tij iMnjUuihujt , pb-pbLU n* jnj'f' ^ni-taq oifUtni.pfiL%a phpabli b 
auinuiibtupu Jbp b "bap lupnb ibqnLo , up unJ-iP bL-pnuiuibu/lipb jnp^ 
ynpylib , uirt-uii-bio-utbop^ ifbpuMjng qnagbu uiJb%bgnA^ ifu/Utui-utbif 
"PP a.uinpuibu!bnL.pbiutIp. pilUjbIA b bnnJuibu uibutnLpbuAg bi-pn^ 
iMlutgi.ng | b. pltn. unuiu biiubbtt b. iiaiuibb% ihp" utnLpbLuin.hba uiu^ 
tkUltLUig t O'pktuih inpq.iunb. jut^u innpah-uig Jbq quiiilttuliutb'b P'''P^ 
auin. , np atiuUuJi wiQi b%* q^jt ibncPnil b YuApt. nuubuii I; fi ^"fl 
'Uiqql^'ii y J/tiiib. unubuibuAja hub b n-iadhb lOupqhlflt jPnqnifb Ji 
&hn.utbl^ apbputbuibni.piiubu qiunbuipl^ ibani-lt , b. J"ipp p ^u'tnig 
^ulubuAu/b h. puippainLJi'b h "tiyb fbqai. > '[jj^ib auinqp ^u/bq^jtufbini 
^ 1/0111* ^uAn.hai bug jt atiubuiL. b. uibtLifiutbuA'ii puippuin. . p^u/^tn n^ 
%MgUu£^u npiq^u qq.uinfiuig^'' q.pLp^ b ^b^ui [igl; jnLMni.ilh , — 
^u/bqh nJ-nt.iupni.piiiA ^tijilaibg pbpbu ilC^iuuibgni.ugl^ qnjaibu — . 
auil^utjb ufuAb utih Untuni-PpA 'bnpiu , np n^ uiul^aii. jnpq.np^ Ip-""' 
^t-Jit jHLunuSb "iinplfb , jiApbrAni-i_ qJiuuibufUu %ngiu t^bpPnqui^ 
Ifutbu b. q^Jiniui^a/bu , uifib. uAi^nuiitb-^iu buipLnpnuppLb uffbp lu^i 



VI 
iu//«ii/i /TnLp uijaru npng p JiuaairLutytu^ni-jdhuili U fi anuiapnt-liraiuU 
€unnL.buuiit puipp-uiijijtglrb , IriuiP jaij^qltilMi L I'gk uttruuibu ■&uipinui^ 
nnL.p-bufbu , bp^h ^biLUi^np^uibuiiipii figbi , bjif; ibutuunupiuUp^ 
nLuni-Siu L bpi^ abqbyjili ti.ufpnL.p-fiiiiplM i 

\ibuijbun^ L buipLnpaup^bufii unup ibanuh L niin.iupSkmbnLppiJb 
aiuiiPiuLiuhnLJia-bujliijU^ tftp phn pLpbu. a.puit-biui auiip u/ba-ihuMUUtuli. 
utbmnLphiSb . m nn p pwn qi'iflinupli' np pniJi pub p nuiqu^pu ybapiM 
fipliuiiubfinj piiatbbuijii pttbli , ibjbugnin bbfl t^nuui* np lupuim^nj 
utptp uuM^iPutiiuig , uiuiTinpiinbiiMi 'ilj€tiLb^ji% p ^Ibnbinibu UMsjuutp'^p-^ 
nLuni-ObuMu^p Zuiin b ^ludpuibo b uipo buitnuipbujija ^ np^guihbiu^-i 
gnilP Jfijcti Ipwi bib p uiuiijn.juuinL.j3-buiii utUn. jiLpba/iig /^uMjpbuut^ 
Lutii ibani_^ ^ b i^jb% nnt^iPaiJp. aathni5iu b. aibatiLU 4U.3 ' J}.'-'"1_'IU 
uhbuii pitLpu aujtini.u ufbainj' ina ibatiLp "jUngui Jiufb bja-l^ jl"-~ 
pbutiig F^tk ""If'illy' pt'pputn.u > fl[ ii ah ifb jtuufian. u/bo-ipuibiu, 
Itiugbuii bnpni-agblt aCfUiipbbp pLpbutUa ihnp^u ibqnLpb | a^npa ui ^ 
Ont-PpA ^ilriLtn putnLuig-pnn butpbap ^ l"l'f' mfbtububuiq j "fjai-ppm^ 
butb pub luaipaiu ^fJJi/tuppt/h Jbq' ilbpni/uu/iib fi'"'-/ ilhil&u b qihai^ 
ijiutp 'bnguM , "iinjgioa b uiiingb utJb'bbqnilb iii.unLifLuiinb'bi ^unuiufi^ 
pitg ) dbpnilu uguHL. ^pmuiiupmLi/ajifp. . b jnuuajilp qb joq.nL.ut ji Jtup 
utpl^biu^ uibmuybp ipgl^ 'bngut b utn.bp- jumut^atn^iP qiupnOinJufil j 
\;i- jutjauifiuft ui2JauiainL.p^Lb , ^Pb ih3^'% ujn.iu9p'bo, uuibuijb L ny 
^luJpJ^ qifbp^fi'b niSibf^ uibqftu . [i J"pq"pf^l 'VHIU' J"*-*""-^ ^ t 
qpmni.P'lii^i tfitinftp b. '&nluaiq_nfii ibqnLuin : 

Jjqb Jbq^ b uiji^ ^^"l 'bu£tuuttubli jui2luujinnLp-buiiba juijajjtb , 
qp b pu/huiubpp b ^Jnuutp u/bqi^^cugf^^ , np tbujihujpb'b'b nuuiubbl 
1^"'d pu^pputn. , niitfigli'b ujn.ibn.ft ftLpbu/bg njtLpati/uMtnrgg b otLmiu_ 
l^uip jiSb qnp^fi , npni^ b rj_fii.pttit. [ijlu'buijgb'b b ifbpbnSUnLgntA 
qJbp Jattnbbutqltpu t 'fiiiibnjt nj uiubuiL. b tun. %nuiu intapuj&but/ ^ 
nL.uni.ffb b. 'jtiuijiiup nLuiu%b[nJ q^ujjbpifit paipptutLU ifbp s ^t. lu^iu 
ttyuni. bp^qpni-Jp^ bu tq}itnut%[i ^tupfigbt(g /li^b^, Jbpuiingu^ p quip^ 
q-tugnuffb tubqifiuiliut'b ihqni.li , L lu'bqilitugLng' ufipbfli b giubbiaifi 
juipij^iupbf^ t^ttijbiul^utbu putppiun. t 

Qbtn uiifutg fib^ ^pttimtupiitl^binj bpbpnpq iniqiuqpni.p-btui/n. 
^lP"tlt""rt'^-4"U fiutn-qftpu Jjuqbpbm'b ^ • ^utpq.aiuibuip •^^^"J < 
— J"^ "L "'"k""- '"it"""" ^'U'ie J'^'-trpf'U'/p I qbq^utt/p , b np^ifi 
iPuipP'b bp" "^qqt'ir'l_ qputnu — , piiaybi^ ui^ut [i nyu b qunu 

'l,ut[ulil,'b% ^utj-Jfltq^iltutpb'b p,uin.q.ppp , bpllutufipbuii^ ft iJ^Ti 
ilatuaiut^iuutp flt/um/Kf quipq.uiuibutl;" utfut^gni-pb'ui/pL mbqiftutgl, 
iin'i, Hjpllu, ututqbuili (u>ui. 1825) , pj^ui^utb wpdufituiunp bqk 
JbS^li fAqniTbbfnL.pbiu'ii p dutifuitiutj^liit jai'bqiJtutgLng b ^ ^atjiuif. 



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u-biug , uiji jf"" 4'/"""/ A""/' 7-"'/""- ^uo iuMitLbi iPatuil/buiq^nai.^ 
pbmv U. ihnihnluJnLbu JbAmJtr&a uliubuii. buipbi-nn jd-ni-bguiL. iiu, 
i.bfni-1 p ^Ipf t bpf; p aiaiLU bi. bjd-j^ J"^" ^"'^ts * St^il" If-tugbiui 
p.U$aiRug |T« JbuifU h bnobm^ftg bqpuintf , "yi b jfjl^qaui/iing' Jbiiui. 
PiUbsutitiuAtnt biinnffpii 'fl'lf^ JftLuu/iia-wiP ft inju tAS-uiibi £inbtut^ 
llfb p.uMn.bi^ b it&nij^ . Q"/"' ^atabf^ butJbgbtui^ Abn.'ii uinLiua junu 
tLnnir uiuinj-tubtubttib* UM^utut [bati qnana. b aqbnbb > 

JJ/i una auta-iuylilib ti^bin ytaiun ifiipr' h Jiuml^ 4/'^ fitun.tu^ 
tV"3 JJj-^-bpbuiii J , ««// i//'*'/" "W" tibn a,nn&nju utbubtui, aji ni l^p 
puuLUibuiU UMjiinu Jjtuuib fluiLi aibutibuia bi%nnnnuiiih , — jjiabqfi aui^ 
ant-iP pli< ibafbl b. juiLbini-i ^uipb i/i'b^n ,— ibnihnbtbgi^p uiifblibpii 
aha paiii.tun.nnga, b tAuipbuii biuiufp Jbn nuMjni jaipnh puin.uin.png 
bLpniuuibaiiiiug . npuil^u jaiiaihfi bnbp uiju iiun.ui9lib flbp^u ) jnpu 
uiuiliuiul^ ^nbini.pbi^ ilbpiinutit 

JjL Jtuiliiip ain.uii.bi ^aili aiuiip uuinLUipuibuiip auiuibuiliu , tfui^ 
Jlrhuijb ihnjpt p Ji? ain.iup' nb ifp mb^bBbp- ftUb Ipg^ iPP" 
b Uliiatafbbili b tLd-ni.uipuiinuip ft ^uiuuipuibuig bfipiuit.nt.ppt^ , i/uiu% 
TV * 'h''h"''buib bpbpnpnbinj f^f- 'l'"!!'^ 'ui • 1^"!] A""!-" "P p tnn^ 
qairi^i.piu , fe , iiuiniiuiiibp ijuiiiti.ihtMipl^%i/ii , b. l£., nuin.iuyb'ii iluiu^ 
Jip^u paipn. a/iinLuiiig bpliuiniu%ibi.p ibartuatg , jt n^npv ui&uin 
qy.Splji^ f — .1 HfUpfiiittbuibtMiii » Jljaa£^u pifiu . tS- pi' Ijiapuiq. butter J 
Paiptf — , fresh — ' • ibnbltaiitiib bpbpnpijbprii jaiiiiu^tna nbuipiua. b 

gutter pamtiti t If. jpb&uipiu'b magniloquent; -^"fp magnanimous; 
-«yio'i«^ boastful ; -pq-btP, -pbi/' to respect; -i-np, -ipnp, -.ppp, 

b. ogfii I b. uiiflt . ipnpiuahutb f-pbinj Jp uin. dp nt-ptnU p uinnuitLini.piu 

yb^uip.ui'b , yhSm^nqP , fJ'bSiUf^ui'bi , JfbSmpfbtP, IpbSmpbiP, 

b unA , b uiiutuj^u pinpfbgai^ p ^%atuuitutnbb/ni , aiiuiiiiuiaiuitn^ 
bbini b ^uippt-piuuiiuulbbinj p tptcp tuJblib^ uJp b fftiiuii JpbSui 
tlaiaupbu t 

Qatn iJlib opp%mbp p puig pnnu\p b. aabn-iubaiUu p.tun.pg 
juA^bing' 

ui • p p-plG, t npuil^a pSini-p^fi'lU . npiii ubn-tubtuitti ^ Jpyti 

phuiR, uija 4 pbitu^bvili . p.. p q.nj(l , uba.. (pfizUp , (pizdjig i ^""[^ 
Jai(f.nj(l, ~(f.mG[i, ■^q.mGJig . ^. p tuG, uba., fi , vig , pbtu^iapuiG , 
—p , —lug ' n^' p' viU^ , ubn. . tuRiug , piutlpuiuiaG;^ , —xuRvig . b-. p 

mM,tibn., iCmR, ^inpniritG, , —tCiuR, npt^f^a bjn^%> ni-iiq^, flfp,. 

i£mG^ , ubn., —iCiuGg • ^, p ^pg, ubn.. ^gp, Ifgxug, ^uitntu^pg , 
~lfgpt —tfgvug. %. p mfip, ubn.. mUznj , mUbvig , bpu/iimflp, 
—mfiinj, —nifibmg . p_. p pi, ubn.. ip, l^ > ^pPf^gp^, —gipt 
gitug. P-. p nri, ubn.. tip, rimg , bpj^nri, —ript -»JM*Sf* cA-./^ ijM» 
ubn.. ripGp, fipGmg , fA^rihU, ~~ripGp, —ripGvug. «fiu. p np,, ubn.. 
pp, Jiutg I Piu^tuunji, —fipi —jivig . Jp.. p l/mG, ubn.. p, vig , 



"VIII 

JnqniJkuJjwti , -Ji , -tug , J^^f.pvijjititulrn.. vij Unj , wj Ung , ^t-- 
pmjfiU, -wjGnj, -mjUng. J^. p hlfi I*- viiJi, ubn.. pnj, ihuig , 
luhifi, -pnj , -ihmg L pui%uiifi, -pnj , ~lhmg . Jt. /t hdfi It- 
mdjii ubn.. Ciznj, Ghmg , %n.ibafi, -fiznj , -Rhmg U u^^mRfir, 
-Rznj, -Rhmg. J^^. /- ngr, ubn.. li, mg, [alii^a/ing , -Ji, -vigt 

^yu/biuLbinJ qubnuilimiiu utJb%mjili uipJoMin p.uin-[ig , {/.lii-pffU 
biiJM. Jbq^ juMUiuii.bi^ U qubnuiliiM/bu mbailiui%iug liuiqjbfng juipJia, 
uing UM%u,f,. qnp opjfUutli. ui^mliu,\pb puipq^buM/^ Jfinif^jutpjiuuingu 
tCfim, SflR, q.hn, L uijj^ , npuik" S^u/iipmxCfim, t^mqutS/lR, puAa,^ 
glm , niAph qubn . ilbppiiy uipJiauin/it . uiju k ^/»Wl , Juift , ifuiuig , 
SJlR , Sip I pg , (fkui , fpuip , Ipuiiug t — ^lifjii piPuflMuti^ uipitui'U k It. 
tfj^uiptj. ^njuiliufbujg , Lu L ipu(j[ig . ipujanglili qbppingu /r putg pjiip^ 
i.uMn lui&utla aliuiutuipbati J-uiJii/buibub , npu^i^u . ijtnpiu/liail^ f-pbpnf 

lphridmgmgmRk\£ , gnzgfi , flnqj"^ iS^^gh l^p^^nt-P^fi'-^'i' i "p t li":. 

uiuipbuii^ gmgiuRblC ptyplit — 3,bq.aip L n^ ijatb^utlimiiujpiup ifiu^ 
pbuii ubnutbu/Lu uiligbuii J^uiJutUuibuig punfigt uAijinijinlu jutUs^lf^ 

fnif^ Jp^ bpij , king , npu^liu , op^'iibiufj —kinj , —king » — /i ubn.ut^ 

LuAa jajhabutpi j'fljbqujlfiMjh b. j' jig l^iuiP tug p jnt^utlpiHi , ijaiub 
n< bpUiibpjj ^uilnf-j^uM uiJtrbuijii puinjig bpbbga ]l > jig l^atiPvug i puip^ 
^uto nba , PnqiniJ Jpuijh ajntfb'. anp opjiUuib^ ipnptutUutl^ ipibpij , 
pwi_> fl) fig t Jin-p^ui^ , fl , tug , bq.afp' pnifj fig, i/nLp^ailj^ , lug t — • 
CfunjU fiJiu b 9«"//"5 utJI/huijii ubn.iabuAiug juAnbpig ft nj , ng . 712, 

mg . hrivuR , hrivuRg . npu^^a , usjd-nn. , nj , ng . wp^t nz , mg • pat, 
qbiflj f htivuR , briiuGg t 

^u/baiftuipl^'b patn.a putn usji b niil ^noirtoim-^A-ui^a ^ugtipM 
Laipn-bguip. jnp" tpMitihiuupjuu npnjbgujp uuinpuibftuibi. f .}, b pif„ 
inuippbpniJa-ftLiiu uuiiitaibni-fd-bu/iig* Jbpfa- iThyujbliuiftL. b uuinputbp^ 
uijiL. Jftu/UauiJiigb f'J,b abpfB- bpbfib bftuifiL. f'.f nupu/bop buipb 
pSb uiaipphp ^fi'it'b2'u^'*'ll"'-Pl"-^^* 

ft ^uij puinuit a^but iitiuMgui^p puui Ipupft Jbpniu ]J^n.A.bnSi 
Puin-utpuAp fa. utui. lS6o j , Stanbuiptun ujpuipbuii a.pbui [3-1^ 
B^UiJop^ii r^aiftp puin-u Juiuib'haiq.putg Jbpng , fi putq uftapni.pbintl 
anuiPuM^uiuit b ouibunilnpu b. qpinp/3-u b qpuMnilni.p-hiii uuipn. pm^ 
njig* nnpng tA^uiituibriLlp-liLiiu q.fiLpfib figt b. ouiutpb nLif^p bi/aiu^ 
uiuiuppbi jutpJutuing ufltmji : Iju ihnfuutbuMb ugUntibb uiuainu/bby 
f^J bqu^p puianLtP puin-u n.uMjbmbuMha buiif a.uii.ain.uibmbu , qnp 
inLbuif^ b piif3^bpgbuii_ kp dbp ni.pb^ "t-pb^ t ]iu^ bfp^t; bppb,p puin. 
ftb^ wid-wiiofp- b utUuuinjq. b/^ ifbq f^q. uJn.ui9, bi.pnuiuiqb ^uipqut, 
^uiii "b^tutiut^uiL. ^?J Jty" uipuipuMp fipp bpl^pagui^ufbu t fiutg ft un_ 
gut%l; tfiupbnp jiytt pat.bguiL. jiuLbpiL.^^ b quyb puin.u , np n^ q^inui, 
'i'l^l/i' p f-f'pu "iiuipAbujg* ^faiuU uibS-tu'hop ibttbini utn. %num b hlu, 
Jaibgii , npufpup bh' puin^ ULunLSSlulliuiifg U uipni,buuttubutiw . Ilu h 



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anpii^ ^iSb atun-u 'Siunuiiuntuuil^u jonfi^lilriuii§ J'"l'if-/i J?™jP ^Jinhq 
'iuijl^tu^u/bu auipmumni : p"(/g ih 'Ifj db-pnJjau libjJ- JuiuutuiLnifn 
[""'-^Ul"% "["''iiiati^, p f-^<Y tp wpq.bqp jft^ujinut^bj^ a^Jattunnpiub 
p onguni^ juijuiP ni.uni.SBiuibuiU utuutiunjtqh'b , nptuftuli qp bliuMq 

»/ . ^ . yuAni-i^/ iJ . tfbn •pai9nLbp , nnnLiT luuininjiifn qauiiLu tnutnptu, 
puibuibuiiiu b qif/^buuibiuuu , biuiP q^uiiputqbuttuuuiiiii b. qiuuuibniu^ 
fimybltubaii/ib , np jnqbuipbnnLli uipnbuiJhpb Vu/iibin qna.nbu uitLUt^ 

VAu bbiug iiuaqpu' np biumunJ aqubguiL p nutptiiuanLMU tMiiuuubuh 

nuuJiu'iin, b bfa'nq lup&uih juit.bJ-uibu/b bptuluuibujn b ubptn b [i 

Jbutu ^uiibuiifnt.b Jufbbu/iiu t 

Qu/bqipiuqu/b Jiuujiii lUtLut^npn. biuiu^n qi^n.iupXtub fiian.qbpa 

JbimbniSi D. Johnson/» b A. Boyer/' • npiq^u L ijjjn.ibn%u Alfred 
Elwall/', John Millhouse^ , J. P. Roberts/', E . Clifton^ L qbn.iu, 

fb-qni. JUpnt-buuiat^u/b fKiun-qftpa fuiiq. J S 7 3 ] Ji_,-Jj. TolhaUSeH^. n, 
P"g mjb%bgni5i bppuin.nt.pht^ dba- 1^ iumJI/UuiJu bi-pninaigb £bJiu^ 
piubu b b JiuptruipuAu t 

/i ubapatb ^luinnpnju bnaip a^uipbpu ^un 'fibputbuibiiLJiJ-buib , 
npiulgu b. p iluipiiaAjt ^lubbu bpbitLu ^uiJiuiLOUiu , JbV iuiinni.b 
unint-unig Jiiipnng , b "flip t b. ifpi-u '"//' ^''"l'HB"'9 < "ibnbuig , b. uiifb t 

Jf^juituJi Ifb^^ qnitfliiupaibbuii ihuuii ihiwni. utyluuiuini.P'buibu , 
nk tujiauiP bjbp ibnbiutplibji utlfu nAjtifp , P-^UR ^bpitniuJutnLp-biTb 
bbp- iLiniubbi !> piupbu^p buiJiug Ztubqitiiinnutgu . quiju lunuastr ^ 
IT'll lb '^P "'bu'i'fn- n.aiataiLnpp Jpugb b. .pl^iinirp ijiiijtgIA luiuiP , 
Jf-2_ uiS^buif_ qpuib Jbipli Q . U^iuf^li^bpbiy , Jjph 1J.lUW,lU2np. fl 

fujiuui u/tummflmu Ifvi'djigji qn^ lup^iuGbi , itmmGbugh qGiu fi 

JXUimUCf.Jipu JopJlRhl I ^ UMpqiu^utmni-P-buib jp-^ f'"3p uipJ-uibp 
dbpu ugu yoMb , upuiuiufbnb-ugji tupq.bfip b- ui2luiutnnn "bnpjib nj p^i 
llb^bpbi iMipbufiibiStbiLb b. JUIJI uititiboppbiub Juiuinuibu ioqjnL.m b. 
n uiUMuibi. fi'npqnjbutb qpn^pu f "Plj uibniJi b ul^p up jut qiuiLbuiq 
quiY b qubputu npqL.ng U'piipff'tapuij' aq^bl ft quipq-oignLSIb "iinplib t 



U . luiqiup, |i a irtrfitrliuj'u[i n-Sbq 

4 IT i| 



. . . / find Ihe Armenian language -- which is iwinj the literal and. the vulgar - 
difficult, but not invincible ; at- least I hope not. I shall go on . . . It is a rich 
language, and would amply repay any one the trouble of learning it, 

LORD BYRON 

to Messrs Moore and Murray 
4 and S dec. J816. 



PREFACE 



ihe Armenian language, celebrated for its antiquity, is 
modelled in a great measure by the Greek and Syriac, the richest , 
idioms in the world ; but it has undergone since its origin numer- 
ous and considerable alterations both in syntax and by the adop- 
tion of words from foreign languages. This is especially observed 
in the translations of Greek and Syriac authors during the VI, 
VII, X and XII centuries of our sera. 

The progress of philology permitting us at present to study 
accurately our language, if not to be absolutely it's masters, it 
behoves us to endeavour to prevent the influence of modern lan- 
guages, such as French and English, from making too many en- 
croachments. The first of these languages, written and spoken by 
so many foreigners, has become very familiar to many of our Ar- 
menian fellow-countrymen. The second, owing to the extension 
of British power in the East, visited to it's extremities by English 
ships, and to the foundation of that vast Indian empire, could not 
fail to attract the attention of the Armenians. It's study became a 
necessity for their commercial transactions ; and they found also in 
its literature treasures of a varied, rich and original style. It is 
strange to say, and yet it is an undeniable fact, that many Armen- 
ians know the English language better than their mother-tongue ! 
Far from opposing this partiality for it, we wish to promote it, 
regulating and directing the study of that language, by means of 
good grammars and dictionaries. 



This is no new idea of our's. The Armenian Academy of St. 
Lazarus has Worked for many years, and is still seriously oc- 
cupied in spreading the knowledge of the English language in 
Armenia, by publications of this kind. 

All living languages require to be modified according to the 
progress of time. New objects require new names; nothing more 
rational. But it is an imperious duty for learned men to control 
these innovations so as to prevent too great an abuse of neology, 
that gnawing worm, which alters, corrupts and distorts the most 
beautiful languages. To attain this object, all friends of science 
should unite together to oppose with all their might such abuses, 
and the help of the most humble assistant is not to be despised. 

Scholars of the highest order and distinguished compatriots, 
whose commendation is precious to me, have imposed a heavy 
task on me, requesting me to publish a new dictionary. I have 
done my best to repay their confidence. The stock of the first dic- 
tionary being exhausted, and having found it incomplete, it was 
necessary to consult several Armenian and English works, and to 
have recourse to a new method, and change the rules adopted by 
the Rev. F. Paschal Awker, that learned divine who has rendered 
great services. 

As regards the number of words, our New Dictionary is much 
richer than the former one and at the same time more purified. It 
contains besides the terms of the Armenian language used by an- 
cient authors, a great number of popular words in daily use at pre- 
sent in our country, the synonymes of which exist only partially in 
works of our classic authors. It contains also a scientific nomen- 
clature, composed by the first scholars of our nation, and by our 
best Academicians more particularly, of words relating to astron- 
omy, physic, anatomy, natural history, chemistry and alchymy. 
We have included also some « current » words ; that is to say, 
words generally made use of in good society , making a judicious 
use of them, and explaining as well as possible their meaning. 

It is some years since we published the second edition of 
the English- Armenian Dictionary ; which we have revised, mak- 
ing additions, corrections, suppressions etc. ; and now we have the 
pleasure of presenting to the public this Armenian-English New 
Dictionary. > 

The old Armenian-English Dictionary ( pub. 1825 ) - compil- 
ed by the above-mentioned Rev. Father, with the assistance of J. 
Brand Esq. the eminent Armenian scholarj - was undoubtedly a 



Xtll 

most excellent work and was very favourably received by the 
literary world of that period ; but the many researches and 
studies made in both languages during the half century which 
has elapsed since the publication of that book, hi^ve caused a very 
detailed revision of the original work indispensable. That is what 
we have tried to do in as accurate and extensive a manner as 
possible, and we have done it most willingly as it seemed to us 
as necessary for our own countrymen as for foreigners. 

"We have done our utmost to make this dictionary as com- 
pact as possible, preferring to offer it to the public in a conven- 
ient portable size, so that its small dimensions may render it ac- 
cessible to all. For this reason we have omitted the genitives of 
words terminating : 

1st in piizU, such as piiitL.ppA, whose gen. is always phmR, 
that is to say, fLbni.pirui1i. 

2'^'y in anjR, gen. if.nAp, anuiijitj, puniipunnpM , —tLnAjt , 

3'^'y in t«fi« gexi.pt uiif, piMtuliuipuiii, —p, —lug- 

4'Wy in tuGj^, gen. u/iimg, auit^uiuu/li^ , —lubuig. 

5thly in niM, gen. Ju/b, q.£fiftni-£& , —JuA, as well as the 
nominative plural q-inpiPnA^p, gen. -«/!«%. 

6thly in ^fig, gen. ^gp, ^gi^g, ^w'wlipg, -/(gp, -ka"'3- 

7th]y in na/l/l, gen. ni-^Lty, nu^baig, lipat%nL.^li , ~nt.^t.y, 
—nu^trutg. 

8thiy in fit, gen.ifi, ly^g, ^pPn,.g/,^, -g^p, -giu>g. 

gthly in njj, gen. qp, 'it"gt ^^^-"1; -7A1 -'U"3' 
IQthly in jjifi, gen. qfitpt ql'i""gf ^i^qh'i't -qt'i'pt -qb''""3' 
llthly in np, gen.pp, pi^gi piuq-aiunp, —pp, -pu'g' 

12tWy in JfVld, gen.p, wg, €fnqai^u^u/i , -p, -tug. 

ISthly in mjpR, gen. utfriy, mjiing, Pi.pujjP'b, -ugUnj, -iujbng. 

14thly in kfji and. wip, gen. it-ytipuig, fuh^p and puToiuipi—iLiy, 

—ihiug. 

15tUy in hdji and mdp, gen.ii-i/, "itutg, %niib%p and m^mip, 

—bL.njf —bbuMg, 

16tWy inngf, gen. ^, tug, pAliiM/Lng, -p, -tug. 

As we have indicated the gen. of all the roots, we have na- 
turally suppressed also the genitive of compound adjectives with 
the roots U'pm, SfiR, ifhin, etc., such as ^lu'bpiujpm, uiunjuihp'b, 
puSiimq^m, etc. haviug the same genitive as their final radical; 
that is to say: «/^"»t iRnpt ifuiiug:^ bp'u, yup, i^'upg-^ qbt^i qpmp , 
qPmutg. — This occurs also in all compound words and also in 



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the verbs, of which we have often omitted the preterit tenser* 
instead of putting JbqJiu^nL.gu.'uhJ', ^"^--yA, we left the repetition 
^"L^/., which is at the same time the preterit of the verb 5"^^'"- 
'ubif. — We have also suppressed the genitives of participles 
employed as adjectives, as they are invariably ^/_^i *z."5 = op'i^l""L' 

In those genitives which are declined in /» in the singular 
and A<y or ">^ in the plural, not to repeat unnecessarily before 
every word//, ^^7, or u*^, we have suppressed the singular, and 
employed only the plural. For instance : instead of putting /»«'/^, 
A, A^, iPnipi^ujIi, //, u,g, we have made use of pai/j fig, ifnLp^uifi, 
.ug . — We have adopted this system for all other genitives de- 
clined in "J, t'g; HL, HLg-^ bquTb, bquTbg-^ aS, UilJnn., nj, nff- a,p[, 
ni. , iiLO : aitinhijii , Irniub , anu/ltg • 

We have arranged the English words according to their 
different significations in Armenian ; the synonymes are always 
divided by a comma only ( , ) and the different significations are 
separated sometimes by a semicolon ( ; ) at other times by a 
colon ( : ) where there is a different signification. — Not to repeat 
the Armenian words which are at the head of the article, or the 
English words and phrases in the middle, we have employed the 
following small horizontal line ( - ), as also in compound words 
formed from it by the addition of a syllable or another word, 
when they follow in the same paragraph. 

In the series of Armenian words, we have adopted as much 
as possible the method of our Armenian Academic Dictionary, 
making a summary of nearly all the words chosen from our clas- 
sic authors ; obsolete words being excluded, as also a number of 
compound words, the meaning of which would easily be under- 
stood even by those unacquainted with the Armenian language. 
All these words have been substituted by other recent terms re- 
ferring to arts, sciences and trades, adopted by our best modern 
writers and grammarians. And if we met sometimes with doubt- 
ful or unknown words, we have expressed this uncertainty by 
making use of an interrogative point ( ? ), thus denoting the word 
as an unknown one. As well as all popular terms or phrases are 
preceded by an asterisk ( * ). 

For the English words we have followed the method adopt- 
ed in the very extensive Dictionaries of the two most famous lexi- 
cographers D. Johnson and A. Boyer ; as well as the Dictionaries 
of Alfred Elwall, John Millhouse, J. P. Roberts, E. Clifton and 
the Technological Dictionary in three languages of A.-L. Tol^ 



XV 

hausen ; ( pub. 1873 ) ; all which are much in use in many- 
European Lyceums and schools. 

This Preface is followed by a Table of the Armenian Alpha- 
bet. It contains a better and more correct explanation of the sounds 
of the Armenian letters in English characters, which has not been 
so fully explained hitherto. We have added also a Short Accidence 
of the Armenian language. At the end of the dictionary two lists 
will be found ; one containing Proper Names, the other Geographic- 
al and Historical ones. 

These details are given for the information of our Readers, 
but in no wise to lessen the merits of the works of our predeces- 
sors. Besides the compilation of a dictionary is a work of time, 
and if one can say so of industry and ingenuity - which brings 
neiflier glory nor profit to the Author, particularly so, if the critic 
discovers faults therein. 

Quas aut incuria fudil, 

Aut humana parum cavit Datura 

HOBACK 

The wisest thing is to attribute inevitable imperfections to 
inadvertency and to human weakness, and to appeal, without the 
patronage of the poet, to the indulgence of the Reader. 



S(. Lamms, the 24'* February 1879. 



F. M. B. 



TABLE OF THE ARMENIAN ALPHABET 

•' • 

There are thirty eight letters in the Alphabet. The first thirty six from U. to -p, - which are also used as 
numerals-, were formed in the fourth century; the last two, and ft, being introduced into the Alphabet 
towards the end of the Xll.th century, they are not included in the numeration. — The eight which are 
marked with an asterisk are vowels. — The letters a and e marked with a long accent (a, e), are pronounced 
like Italian a and e. - 



5 ^ 

I 



P 

s- 

•b 

t 
u 

p. 
d- 
•^ 

I 
to- 
ll 

I 

2 

} 
W 
3 

% 

Z 

*n 

a 
n- 
u 

^ 

p 

s 



•P 




























s 

s 




s 


NAME 


? 


s 


8 




» 


tt 


b 




ut 


.. 


A 


ipe 


F 


p 


P 


pan 


t 


i 


K 


kim 


t 


r 


T 


la 


b 


t- 


YE 


yetch 


1 


t. 


Z 


zn 


k. 


t 


E 


c 


a 


c 


E 


yet 


P 


f 


TH 


toe 


<A 


^ 


SorZ 


zhn 


t- 


\ 


I 


enee 


L 


L 


L 


lertMi 


h 


t- 


KH 


kha 


i 


J- 


DZ 


dz-a 


k 


\ 


G 


fjliin 


< 


C, 


h 


/lOO 


i 


y 


TZ 


Iza 


t 


X 


GU 


ghad 


1C 


4 


J 


]■' 


J- 


/ 


M 


man 


J 


J 


H 


he 


•b 


X. 


N 


noo 


Z. 


1 


sn 


sha 




t* 


w 


wo 


L 


t. 


TCH 


tcha 


•H 


-I 


P 


be 


f 


? 


TSH 


tshe 






K 


ra 


U 


M 


S 


se 


■1 


•L 


V 


P5l> 


ut 


T 


D 


deune 


r 


r 


R 


re 


a 


r 


TZ 


tzoe 


L 




W 


yune 


■/• 


* 


P 


pure 


* 


+ 


K 


ke 


o 


e 








* 


* 


F 


/■s 



s o xj :w i> 



a as in part 

p. soft 

A-, q 

t sort 

ye as in ves 

s or s between Iwo vowels 

c as in met 

e as in her, or like the French e mute in the 

monosyllables me, n?, ce 
t hard 

j French, or s in pleasure and z in azure 
i short, or e as in he, be 
/ as in lunatic 

kh as Greek x ^^ German ch 
dz or cz in czar, o s as in mezzotinto 

g hard, as good 

h 

tz soft 

gh as Greek y, or Parisian r 

j or dg as in judge 



A soft in the beginning of words; y as in boy 

in ihe midst; and mute at the end 
n 
sh 

wo as in word 
tch as in fetch or ch in such 
b 

tsh or ch soft as in church, or like t in nature 
r hard 



d 

r soft 

iz hard 

u long as in mulCj or 10 in vowel 



•p hard 

k hard, or cA as in chaos 

o 

f or y)A 



I>H.OI«'XT3Wd-a.TIOI«' 



MJ/fr/I 

!a.bnhdr 

tptp 
VP 

phLbp 
<f-u*iP 

ftiltUUU* 

UU" 

! <-jp 

I JflU- 

J^-Pt 



uLiUlM 



1^1- 



"tV" 

CtuiJttn- 

U.U.UII 

ilitrutnt-p 
Jinu 

_pUlf,M,p 

!htAtnwt 



ayer 

peram 

pepem 

karn 

toorn 

toosder 

yeter 

zor 

esh 

V.ngki'r 

tiv 

zham 

emasd 

luts 

khavar 

dzar 

garc 

gov 

hair 

hair 

tzine 

gkZ-g 

j^r 

mire 
mid 
heart 

navagan 

s^hehed 

oonainootitne 

tchamich 

huid 

champer 

roob 

sagr 

varkTi 

dfimg 

ram 

tzool 

une 

pZ'door 

poss 

poonch 

cacar 

ot 

fard 



air 

to bear 

to pip 

lamb 

door 

daughter 

ether 

army 

ass 

fellow 

number 

hour 

meaning 

light 

dark 

tree 

car 

cow 

falher 

hair 

voice 

rudder 

jay 

moUier 

mind 

siraw 

naval 

shepherd 

inanity 

raisins 

pot 

chamber 

rob 

saker 

bark 

damp 

flock 

bull 

poison 

feather 

foss 

bunch 

cake 

air 

odd 



9 
10 
20 
50 
40 
SO 

60 

70 

80 

90 

100 

200 

500 

400 

300 

600 

700 

800 

900 

1000 

2000 

5000 

4000 

5000 

6000 

7000 

8000 

9000 



The above sounds are the nearest that be given in English characters ; but in some cases the master's 
voice is indispensable to convey a clear idea of the pronunciation. 



NEW ARM.-ESGL. DICTIONARY 



page XVII 



SHORT ARMENIAN GRAMMAR 



WORD 

Words in the Armenian language 
consist of eight parts of speech; Nouns, 
Pronouns, Verbs, Participles, Preposi- 
tions, Adverbs, Conjunctions, Inter- 
jections. 

NOUN 

In nouns six peculiarities are to be 
considered : Gender, Form, Species 
or Kind, Number, Case, Declension. 

GENDER 

In the Armenian language the gen- 
ders are distinguished by their natur- 
al significations, as 

MASCULINE 

\i,^uiir Adam, ^h-mpnu Peter, '^ptq-np 
Gregory- il«//»^««A Vardan, &c. 

2^ui/p father, m-ump son, P-iufiut-np 

king, jnt-i^ bull. t^i/£lrpni- a stag, nigiuqaiii^ 
cock, &c. 

1],io£'<4i7/ tribunal, ^p soldiers. i,hirhiuM^ 
^ni^n, cavalry, horse-troops, &c. 

FEMIiaHB 

Ijt-iy Eve, liTmptnuJ' Mary. J^m-^uA 
Susanna, ^utp,i.nt.^[i Base, &c. 

Ifju/^ mother, .pn/p sister, ^uipuu bride. 
p-uni-nt-^fi queen, imi cow. Irpt'ii^ heifer. 
•fui^l' ewe. diMipl hen. hijii hind, &c. 

COMMOU 

'^uipif. mm, tiuit-uil/ child, unity infant. 



J-uia-uAii. an heir. PiL-iriLii bird. Jaiif. 
chick, chicken, 4"'«- fowl, n^mp sheep. 
uiiiuii^iji dove. <Jf horse, ^i-i dog, &c. 

KEUTER 

^ni-p water, oq. air, ^n,i_ earth, Jiup, 
Jpibody. Irp^pip heaven, ^<i light, drum. 
tree. Hm.^ hand, nuip foot. 4°?^/' so/ul, 
spirit, i^aip mind, mnt^i house. uiPnn. 
chair, tihu/u^ life. iTiu^ death, ^mirpt-pm.^ 
Pi patience. uiiiftpuit-m-Pli injustice, &c. 

FORM 

The forms of the nouns are three : 
simple, as, Jhtp^ man : Preceded by 
a particle, as, lAiTuipq. inhuman : Com- 
posed of entire words, as, J'«.f^i».tf 
human, hind. 

The different modes of producing 
compound epithets and words, are the 
treasure and.ornament of the Armen- 
ian language ; a thousand Tarieties of 
compounded words may be made in 
this tongue. 

SPECIES or KIND 

There are two kinds of words : Prim- 
itive, as, f/if^T- man : and Derivative 
or Derived having at the termination 
a particle, as, Juip^\m)yk human. 

The Derivatives are most abundant 
in the Armenian language. 

NUMBER 
Numbers are two : Singular , as, 



uuipa. 7 

•Tuipiffili men. 



and Plural, as, «/w/>?=p or 



XX 



PLURAL 



l|w%i»/^ the women ot the wives. 

'i\ut'iiu,'iy of the women. 

MuittuAj or uin. ^uiiiiyu to tho women. 

^uAm/u the women. 

/I l\ui%ui%j from the women. 

lit^iu-fnp with or by the women. 

The following are declined 
in this manner. 



SINGfULAK 

T>^L//^or ^.fco.^the village. 
*^tf^of the village. 
•i>t^or {• ^f.f«-f/^to the village. 
•^{••-•f_ the village. 
b ^f"iSh from the village. 
^li-i^i. with or by the village. 

PLURAL 

^.^../j^ the villages. 

•J.^ ..f/fj of the villages. 

%f,,-ibg or /> /y^^^/^u to the villages. 

t^fiL.^u the villages. 

^ 'Vl'^^lli'i from the villages, [villages. 

'i'b'-il"'-e or fb^i/op with or by the 

SINGULAR 

St/» the Lord, the Master. 

Stain.% of the lord. 

St-uiiii or ji»4-/» to the lord. 

tS4/» the lord. 

f Stu,n-%i^ or ^ St^^it from the lord. 

Sl^l'iut/fL with or by the lord. 

PLUftAL 

^/^•"pp the Lords, the Masters. 
S*-"'/'5 or rnhpui'iig of the lords, [lords. 



Sfe 



"M 



hpuilig or guthutpu tO tho 



^t-Mupu the lords. 

^ $£-ii/^j, or^ inirpa/iig from the lords. 

S^^<"/^ with or by the lords. 

SINGULAR 

O.'-i' or op the day. 

U.<-nL^ of the day. 

U,i.<».^/ or jiut-p or jop to the day. 

ill'-/' or ^o^ the day. 

jO.'-ft or jo^t from the day. 

\S,'-nL.pp with or by the day. 



PLUEAL 

Mf-nt-pp the days. 

M.^ni-p^ of the days. 

H,i-fii_^j or juit-nt-pu to the days. 

ij\^i-ni-pa the dayS" 

jO.'-"«-/»j from the days. 

\S,t-n>.pp^ with or by the days. 

SINGULAR 

i^iyp the father. 

l^wi-P or 4"/» of the father. 

^,ui-p,^op oTj'iiyp to the father. 

iX'yi' ^^^ father. 

f 2,""-/»4- or f 4«/f4- from the father. 

2^iupp with or by the father. 

PLURAL 

2, «"/!/» the fathers. 

2,"»/y or ■impm'iij of the fathers. 

^utpj , i,tupufi,g oT g^tapa to the fathers. 

^j^i""/"" the fathers. 

tl,T3 or^ 4'"/""*^ from the fathers. 

t^'upp^ with or by the fathers. 



SINGULAR 

SfffpuA Tigranes. 

Sb^pfiiy of Tigranes. 

%[ii.pu,%u,i or f SA?^'"^' to Tigranes. 

^ttpui'iM Tigranes. 

A ^btc'"''"ii from Tigranes. 

^bi-pui'iiiut. with' or by Tigranes. 

SINGULAR 

l^y-J^k Helena. 

Z^t-qi.it-a^ of Helena. 

Ik-qjfhtuij or .un. ljr,iP%k to Helena. 

^kql^k Helena. 

A Ij^llfliiruj from Helena. 

l^h.iifisiriii,. with or by Helena. 



ADJECTIVES 

Adjectives in the Armenian lan- 
guage admit besides the number or 
case the degrees of comparison. 

The Comparatives are formed in 



three modes : 1. with the particle f-A • 
as paipfi , good, p'uiplrfn/ii , better. 2. with 
the prepositions fotu, u. , mm.m^%i^ as, 

dhif , great, Jkit ^mii , Jttt b.a , uin.m_ 

•.Iti_ Jkir , greater. 3. with different 
eases of the substantive, as, Jhtr% l> 
Wiupn.uipk^^ , greater than all prophets; 
tlhtrii f, iTuiptf-uipku, greater amongst the 
prophets. 

The Superlatives are also formed 
in three manners: 1, with the parti- 
cles mS\\ , ij.tr . ^^' tfV+ or t- put be- 
fore them, as, uitlfinupuiiili , best. •uJt%^ 

^liiiMiiuiniA t wisest J t^hnuiifhtoni^p i THOSt 

clean. Jhhuiiluijhiai.f_, most convenient. 
tra.uiJtb- ,greatest. 2. by adding to them 
some adverbs, as, /«-■# Jkitumnfu or Jt. 
h-uit^nfli h-u f greatest, jy^ ilannp-uipui^ 

•f-nfli , uA^iiutpfilll fuip , worst. uiJhr%L.^i 

•ttiit-gp^ , most handsome, trpf^^" tq^kijf , 
most miserable. 3. by redoubling the 
positives, as, Jbb-aiJhh- , greatest. itu_ 
pui^Mup Or ^"p uin-int^h^^iuii t^iuip , worst. 



PEONOUNS 

Pronouns supply the place of nouns 
and, like them, have case, number, 
and particularly the first, second and 
third persons, as, t-u I, ^.nt. thou, %ia he. 

In Armenian they have no genders. 

There are four kinds of pronouns : 
Substantive or Personal, as, ta I, q.nM. 
thou, l^^i he, himself, ^^p own, himself. 
Definitive, as, uu, this, if-tu that, "uum that, 
he, she, it. Possessive, as, [tir or (iJhiPb 
my, mine, Jtp or dbpyjih our, our's, ^y 
OV.pn/pi thy, thine, ilip or ^hpypbyour, 
your's, l"-p or ^t-pia/p, his, hers, its, 
fii-pkui%g , their, their" s ; & Eelative, as, 
np who, which, that, what. 

The three letters » , .f ,1 , are called 
Articles - distinctive - of- the ^persons • 
and joined to the terminations of 
words and verbs, shew their persons 
or order, and are used as personal, 
possessive, and definitive pronouns; 
as: iTuMpn-o , J who am a man or my man, 
or this man; ilhip^f thou who art a man, 
or thy man, or that man; Jiupif-l. he who 
is a man, or his man or that man. 



XXI 

DECLINSIOnS or TBI PEBSOnAL 
PnOKOIIHS 

b"l. 

^«^ of me, mine or my. 
fi'ii.i I »liu I iun. pit to me* 
^" me. 
jjiH*" from me, 
\t%lu with or by me. 

Wke we. 

Xftp of us, our or our's. 

\yt-ii_,jJtq_, uin. Jlrq_to US. 

jlTfr^ us. 

/. ir4*2. froifi us. 

ITttp or Jto^ with or by us. 

1"».«- thou. 

■pn of thee, thine or thy- 

■pt^, •"a. .pl^ij g4tbi_ to thee. 

•I^if1_ thee. 

/. -Pi*/ from thee. 

■pt with or by thee. 

T^nt^ ye or you. 

2t;» of you, your or your's. 

^^hifj jihijj iun. ik-^ to you. 

?2tt you. 

/' 2t*'£. from you. 

2t«-.p or ikop with or by you. 

hijp'fc he or himself. 
\i'hpkui'ii of him or his. 
'\fiiplruM% or uin. fib^i to him. 
•lY^iigb him; 
j]ii^t%4- from him. 
\i'iif,iTu,jp. with or by him. 

^%^£-u.%^ they or themselves. 
\iti^lr,u%g of them, their or their's, 
\{ii^t!ufiiii or uio. pyiptuAii to them. 
qlatph-u/ba them. 
jliitpt-mliij from them. 
\>%^lru>Jpp with or by them. 



VERBS 

The Conjugations of the verbs are 
four , and are distinguished by the 
last vowels of their indicatives, which 
are, t • "• p •'- > t • 

The indicative of the First conjuga- 
tion ends with the vowel t as, ^yp- 
J-iiT. I move; of the Second with « as, 
inL-uAmiT, 1 wash ; of the Third with ->- 
as, 4t^»^«r, / pour out; of the Fourth 
with f. as, nt-uutb^tT, [learn. 



XXII 



Specimen of the four conjugations of the regular verbs with their moods, 
tenses, numbers and persons. 

INDICATIVE — Present 
Sing. Pers. Plur. Pers. 

Zit-pJ—hiF-lru-k' iiu[iJ--lrir^-kp-lr'b. 

2jril-ni-J'-n'-u-nt- . i,h,i-ni.J^-njf-niii • 

{[•.uiuli-^ir-liu-l • nt-uu/ii-[il/p-^^-pi • 

Imperfect 

'Zu.pJ^-kti-hl'p-kc • ^u.pJ—ki'itL-kt^-kt''' • 

\nt-in'ii—ttjfli—uMjlip—tiMjp • ini-uili~uijiu^~-uJj\t^--uMfph • 

^Irii—nt-^—nt^lip-yp • ^trq-ni-ut^~nM-fi^—n^liIi • 

{[i.uui'ii-kl'-kl'p-kp • ' nt-uu^-kuip—klf^—kl'l" 

Perfect 
l."'-"'~jf"3^/'-£."'-"'j • ir'-"'~3'"-e~3l'-e~jl'''' • 

\\L.u~uie~uJp—tui^* ni-u-~tuu~uiJa~uMU * 

Future 

'^tunJ—hq^q—lruqlrtl—haB^ • ^uipj'—ii-u^nt^—t-t/^li^—lru^trjl * 

iMPEKATivE — Present 

(ju/ncra-UQ^ f J/r yiMtittrlmUq^ * XjitMnfrh-uqbrlt p tiji ytuna-iruqt^ * 

\nt-UM I up ini-ujiluip * \nt-uJat^D t uh inM^uIhtulp • 

I «7Lu«ifn4r r iSh lilt-iuiiq^ * \ nt-iuuqnu t dp gnt-iMiuqLlM * 

Zj^1_i J^ ^Irqnt-p • Z^^'lMp * '^ ^hqnL^ • 

it-i/g^, Jf i,li,igk' Ik-./glrii, jp i,yiigk'h. 

Wt-unp 1 a[i m-UUM/tnp • \\i-uuipni^ t Jit nt-uuihhp « 

\\t,uqh t Jp nu.uqp ' Wt-Uqph , tlji ni^uqph * 

Future 

ijtupj~iru2l'p or ^pJ-lru^lra , \juipj-h-uqnt-a , wiptftuPpo , 

^uspKrhuql^* ftap<f-truqtru • 

\at.iutf9l'p or tnt-tuuqBra , \nt.u/uqnt^ , gni^uMu^hp , 

fni^tnuq^ * int-utuqts^t * 

fl<-"£/V ^^ at-au/lili2bp • ni-ujlw. \lt.ujni^ , nt-u^p^ OT ni-uuiii[i^_p , nt.uq[lii^ 

SUBJUNCTIVE 
The Present is formed like that of Indicative. 

Future 

n uuuAi-l.^p.F-l.jPa-lyli . '••-"•"''-l-at'tg-bshp-tl'at'l' ' 



XXIII 



INFINITITE 
\juip^—lr/* \at.ut%—Mu^* 2,^^""*-£_* l|t-««*^— /y_ or ifr^* 

PAETiciPLB — Present 

Past 

Future 



CONJUGATION OF SUBSTANTIVE VERBS 

Defective verb btr > I am. 

IKDICATIVE — Present 

hif I am t-M thou art 4- he is. ' 
b»(p we are tp you are t-ti they are. 

Imperfect 

\P I was i[ip thou wast 4-^1 he was. 
Jujp we were k[ip you were 4/A they 
were. 

IMPERATIVE 

\}'i> be thou or do thou be. 

t^j or tp"'«jp be you or do you be. 

SUBJUNCTIVE 

li^t./*I be [iglru thou be /»j4 he be. 
jijtiij. we be fj^p you be/ytl>they be. 

INFinlTIVE 

b/. to be. 

PABIICIPLE — Past 

b"'/. been or having been. 

Future 

bf."j which is to be or about to be. 
Defective verb s-nir I am or I exist. 

INDICATIVE — Present 

•J-nir I am ^ou thou art ^y he is. 
^ni(^ we are i-y^ you are ^ni they are. 

Imperfect 

'^y^p thou wast ttn/ii he was. 



•^n/fti they were. 

SUBJUNCTIVE — Future 

S'"'-jt ie be, it may be, it would be. 
"tnt-jtVi they be, they may be. 

ISriNITIVE 

^ni_ to be, to exist. 

pABTiciPLE — Present 
^ynii^ being. 



Substantive verb tl.tt'bMr I am made 
or done. 

INDICATIVE — Present 

Ijqii/iipirl am made t^uAfu thou art 

made lriiu/i,li he is made. 
by^^'f '(p we are made k,{u,'bf,^ you are 

made hqu/hlH, they are made. 

Imperfect 

\}quAl^[, I was made h,iu/i,l;tp thou 
wast made hqu/ii^p he was made. 

\},liu%^uip we were madet^u.%4/!^ you 
were made h-nu/uklfb they were 
made. 

Perfect 

bit or kifiy I have been h^p thou 
hast been t./t he has been. 

b'z/'ip or kiihuj^ we have been i^nkp 
or t't-v/p you have been i-^ti they 
have been. 

Future 

Xsqkg I shall be l^'ib^l'u thou shalt be 
jtijAj^ he shall be. 



xxir 



IMPERATIVE — Present 



ypfi iriiuA^p be thou not t,if,^[l let 

him be- 
}},jrp,i..^ be you .^ h.^.'bli^ be you not 

tql-jl>'b let them be. 

SDBJUNOTIVE 

The Present is formed like that of the Indicative. 
Fuinre 

\S'Lhl"^ or hiiu,%l-gl<J' I shall be made 
trqjigpu thou shalt be made tr,il>jp 
he shall be made. 

\}-ll.j,^ij!p or ir^„.%l>g[>i/^ we shall be 
made til-^l-p or t.i/.^^ you shall be 
made kibsf' *bey shall_be made. 

INI'INITIVE 

b'/uAf/:. to be, to be made, to be done- 

PARTICIPIE Past 

t.^tu/^^been, made, done, having been. 

Future 

\Silu/iilring or k,iuj%hil which is to be. 



Substantive verb ijv\,iiir / om, I am 

made or done. 

INDICATIVE — Present 

Xl^liiT I am if-'i'^'' thou art //Af he is. 
\p,l„(p we are ih'i'lif you are JA/* 
they are. 

Imperfect 

Xj/iikt I was il^'kl'p thou wast [Ubkc 

he was. 
'\J!iik'u^ we were it^kfip you were ^. 

%kp' they were. 

Future 

Xj.'st'i' I s^^^' ^® d'ab" tbou shalt be 

^i^f he shall be. 
\j,gnL^ we shall be il't/ltp or /t^/tp you 

shall be f/'j/'''» they shall be. 

iMPEKATiVK — Present 

\t^P be thou lip' f/*/'/" be thou not it. 

•iP let him be. 
1,/i^ or li-pi'i-^ be you Jf ip^hgL be you 

not y7'j//''* let them be. 



Future 

V#/' OT li-'i'l-^fp o^ itab" be thou ibgV 

let him be. 
l^AjnV^ let us be M'^ o' /(•V',2/i<! ''® 

you il'^l'''' let them be. 

SnBJOKCTIVE 

Present is like that of the Indicative. 
Future 

lJ.%[,j^J-l be or may be ilfi'tab" ^^°?- 

heip'ly^ he be. 
XlHat't we hQiFi'b2!'-e 7^^ ^^ip-bab''' 

they be. 

INFIKITIVE 

\lfbUi^ to be. 

PAHiiciPLE — Present 

\Jk%nq_ being. 

Past 

'|tio/_or//.t«»/_been, having been. 

Future 

\j,%t[ng or iJ-'i'tJ, which is to be. 



FIEST CONJUaATION 

Active Cttpa-bD" To move. 

INDICATIVE — Present 

Zi^cHtiTI move if-pcftu thou mo vest 

^u,pJ-k he moves. 
Zu'iiJ-lrifg we move ^aipJ-^ you move 

^upJ-h'b they move. 

/t»pe«/ect 

XitupJ-kfi I moved or was moving ^^p. 
cf4-f^ thou movedst or wast moving 
^uMpJ-kp he moved or was moving- 

XtiM,pJ-ku,^ we moved or were moving 
^upJ-klif you moved or were moving 
^lupJ-kb^ they moved or wero^mov- 
ing. 

Perfect , 



l^utpJ-lrgfi I moved ^pJ-hgt-p 



thou 



movedst ^pJ-huM^ he moved. 
J^utpJ-irgui^ we moved lypJ-lr^b-e yon 
moved ^pJ-t-^^'i, they moved. 



XXV 



Futurt 
JiaipJ-t^ly I shall move impj-huglra 

thou shalt move i-MMpJ-yu^k he shall 
move.- 
XimpJ-hugnL^ we shall move ^pJ-k-u, 
ijig you shall move j^upJ-tru^k'ii they 
shall move. 

IMPERATIVE — Present 

XjuipJ-hia move thou tlji ^uipJ-kp move 
thou not luipJ-hiiij^ let him move. 

l^iupJ-kgkp move you <//( ^uipJ-l^ move 
you jxot ^apJ-t^a^eiii let them move. 

Future 

ZmpJ-lrii^Vp <ix 2;upJ-hrugUu movo thou 

^upj-hu^^ let him move. 
XjuMpj-k-u^nL^ let us move iiupj-hu2b^ 

move you^fo^c/-t«jtiletthemmove. 

SUBJUNCTIVE 

The Present is like that of the rndicatire. 
Future 

ZuipJ-l^yiT I move , I may , might , 
could, should, would move ^i-e'^b- 
gha thou move , &c. z^'V^ba^ ^^ 
move, &c. 

X^uipJ-figh^ we move, &c. ^aipJ-ligke. 
you move, &e.2<»/»c/-^_jti they move, 

[&c. 

INFimilVB 

%u,pJ-b-i_iQ move. 

PARTICIPLE — Present 

ZmpJ^u^ or juipJ-kgnq^ moviDg , who 
moves. 

jPost 

Cu.^c^friut^or^u'/'c^frjtu/^having moved. 

Future 

Z-upJ-king which has to move. 



Passive tUPd-wr To be moved 

INDICATIVE — Present 

Zuiptf-pj- 1 am moved ^pJ-b" thou art 
moved ^pJ^l, he is moved. 

JiuipJ^b't^ w® ^^^ moved z^pJ-b-e 7°*^ 
are moved tuMpj-1% they are moved. 



Imperfect 



Zuipcfkb I was moved ^^pJ-^bp thou 

wast vaoyeAiuipJ-^p qt ^^pJ-ln-p he 

was moved. 
Zuipif-kuip we were moved ^^pJ-kb^ 

you were moved 2i"i"^H''' ^^1 

were moved. 

Perfect 

ZwpJ-hj'f) I have been moved ijup^ . , 
J-tj<i.^ thou hast been moved ^."^/_ 
J-hgiu,- he has been moved. 

Z'l'pJ-l'a'ie w^ have been moved zjfc~ 
J-hyufif. you have been moved 2»»^„ 
J-y^aiii they have been moved. 

Future 

ZuMpJ-hgufig I shall be moved ^pJ-hu_ 

j(iu thou shalt be moved ^pJ-hu^l, 

he shall be moved. 
ZuipJ-kujn,-^ we shall be moved zuip. 

'^b2!'-e y^^ shall be moved^/"/icfti/_ 

_g/A they shall be moved. 

IMPERATIVE — Present 

ZuipJ-kuig or ^mpcAA-jf'^ be thou mov- 
ed Jli z!"V'^bp ^^ thou not moved 
^oMpJ-lrugli let him be moved. 

ZmptHrguipni-^ be you moved Jf z^p^ 
J-f,^ be you not moved z^upJ-hug^'ii 
let them be moved. 

Fuiure 

ZuipJ'huibi' or ziupJ^l-^p be thou mov- 
ed ^npJ-lrug^ let him be moved. 

C«'/>cA^>t"j"''=/i let us be moved z^pJ-b~ 
2V^ be you moved zuipJ-hu^pt let 
them be moved. 

SUBIUWCIIVE 

Present is like that of the Indicative. 

Future 

Ca.^cA/yfirI shall be moved zuMp^f,. 

gl,u thou shalt be moved z;"c"^b3b 

he shall be moved. 
Cu/^<Afj/"(p we shall be moved e_««/»- 

'^bab-e y<"^ shall be moved^^;»«/-fty/>*» 

they shall be moved. 



Z'«pJ-bL°'^ 2i"l"^^i-^'^ ^® moved. 

2* 



XXTI 



PARTICIPLE — Past 



Cw^cAtui^or^xY'cf A-_gi-«.^moved, being 
moved. 

Futun 

Zu,pJ-l^ing or ^p<Hril which is to be 
moved. 

In this manner many neuter-pas- 
sive and common verbs are con- 
jugated. 



SECOND CONJUaATION 
Active i,nM)ft.ttir to wash 

INDICATIVE — Present 

lat-uAiiaif I wash ini-uiiiMiu thou wash- 

est fnt-uHMuu he washes. 
\nt.u/bu3J^ we wash /n«-"»tri«j[p you wash 

int-u/biMib they wash. 

Imperfect 

\ni.ai%uij[, I washed or was washing 
int.Mu'iiuiiJip thou washedst or wast 
washing int-ufii-yf, he washed or 
was washing. 

\nL.u^uuuM^ we washed or were wash- 
ing ini^uibmj^^ you washed or were 
washing ini-u,%u^l,% they washed or 
were washing. 

Perfect 

Ynt-uijfi I washed in^u-^hp thou wash- 
edst int-uig he washed. 

l_o£.u._j»^ we washed int-wgli^ you 
washed /n«-u»jfi they washed. 

Future 

\n,^uigfig I shall wash int-Miu^hu thou 
shalt wash int-mu^l; he shall wash. 

\ni.uiugni.^ WO shall Yf ash ^n i.utuilip you 
shall wash /ni-uiujlri they shall 
wash. 

IMPERATIVE 

Present and Future 

l^>ji_«i.' ,£nc.uiu£li[i or ini-iuujfu wash thou 

Jli ini^uAuMi, wash thou not ^«-u«u_ 

j4' let him wash. 
\nM.„iu^ni._^ let US wash lat-ui^^ or 

(ni.aiu2lip wash you incuiu^n-ii let 

them wash. 



SUBJUKCTIVE — Future 

Ini.u.fia.jj/hir I wash, may wash, might 
wash, I could, should, would wash 

int-iMibuij^lru thOU Wash , &C. int-ut^ 

"buif^k he wash, &c. 

\ni-u/bufjjkll^ we wash fni-ufbuMi^l^' 

you wash int-uHiuyglrb they wash, 

INFIfllTIVE 

\nt-u/iiuMf_ to wash. 

PARTICIPLE — Present 

\ni-wjn,l_ washing, who washes- 
Post 
\ni-uijlraii_ havlug washod- 

Future 

\i,.-ut%uiing who has to wash. 



Passive i.nMi.'uMr To be washed 

INDICATIVE — Present 

loLiufc^iTl am washed in-.ufuf.u thou 
art washed int-uiu^ he is washed. 

\nt.u!ul,,i;^ we are washed £n.-mi^ 
you are washed ^£-™ifi they are 
washed. 

Perfect 

'[nu.uMjuij I have been washed ini-ui_ 

guif, thou hast been washed [nt-ui. 

guii- he has been washed- 
\ni.u.^uMf. we have been washed ^t-oc 

guy_^ you have been washed int.ui. 

gu,% they have been washed. 

Future 

\ni.iujiufj I shall be washed int-iuug^u 

thou shalt be washed £nt.aiuj^ he 

shall be washed. 
\ni^tuu^nt^ we shall be washed ini-juu, 

2_ke you shall be washed ^■-o.uyf'fc 

they shall be washed. 

IMPERATIVE 

Present and Future 

\ni.ui, {ni-uij^p OT int-uiu^pp bO thOU 

washed inM-uta^p let him be washed. 
ln«-uij/jnt^ let us be washed int-uiu^lift 



be you washed in^u,aj,f% let them 
be washed. 

SCBIUNCTIVE 

\nt.uAufjgl,ir I may be washed fn«-«i». 
"''"Hat" thou mayest be washed 
in,.iu%uygl, he may be washed. 

Xat-aJiiiyjilii!^ -ffe may bo washed^«-a<. 
^"Uabe 1°^ may be washed ini.u,. 
*«yj^i they may be washed. 

IKFINITITE 

\ni.uA,^i_ to be washed. 

pahticiple — Past 

\ni.,iigtuMi_ washed. 

Future 
XaL-uAiiuib which is to b© washed. 

The passives of the second conju- 
gation are not so harmonious to the 
ear, whence they are sometimes form- 
ed by means of the verbs substantive, 
or the actives are adopted with a 
passive sense. 



THIRD CONJUGATION 
Active ito.nhTr To pour out 

iNDioATirE — Present 

^t^m-iT I pour out iih-ifni-u thou pour- 
est out ^kqni- he pours out, 

2,*-f^»»«-«(p we pour out 4*-i"«^youpour 
out ^hqntA they pour out. 

Imperfect 

i^trqnt.^ I pourod out or was pouring 
out e,lTqnt.},p thou pour'dst out or 
wast pouring out ^t-qn/p he poured 
out or was pouring out. 

2jrqn,.ui^ wepoured Out or were pour- 
ing out ^kifn^p^ you poured out or 
were pouring out 4t^».-^tt they 
poured out or were pouring out. 

Perfect 

^t^f I poured out 4*-^fr/ithou pour'dst 
out t4t;j^ or 4*-.^ he poured out. 

2t-qatp we poured out ^t-ihp you pour- 
ed out 4*-'/f*' they poured out. 



XXVII 



Future 



2^lriipj I shall pour out 4*-^fe^«' thou 

shalt pour out 4*-?ff4^ he shall pour 

out. 
Ihqgnup we shall pour out it-q^fip you 

shall pour out 4fr^fri they shall 

pour out. 

iUPEnATITB 

Preient and Future 

i^lr^, ^y>i2bp or e,yqaUu do thou pour 
out Jft e,k^p,.p do thou not pour out 
^b-qa^ let him pour out. 

IJrqgnK^ let US pour out 4*-itEp or 
■ik-q^lp do you pour out «?/ 4i-^ni-^ 
do you not pour out 4fe,^g>ti let 
them pour out. 

SUBJUHCTIVE — Future 

^t-qnt-jnt-iTl pour out, I may, might, 
could, should, would pour out 4fr_ 

Hat-gat-u , thou pour out, &C. ^Iriint.^ 

gnu. he pour out, &c. 
Ikilpt-gni-J^ we pour out, i&e. 4i-^"«-_ 
jot^ you pour out 4i-^ni.jo«Ji. they 
pour out. 

INFINITIVE 

iyiinn-i^ to pour out. 

FARTICIPI.E — Present 

'it-'iniL pouring out. 

Past 

lu,ihu>i_ having poured out. 

Future 
l^hqipg who has to pour out. 

Passive ^tajKiMP To he poured out 

INDICATIVE — Present 

lyqu!h\,J' I am poured out £,hquii,Jiu 

thou art poured out ^kiiuAfi he is 

poured out. 
i^tqoA^ilp we are poured but 4*^'t«». 

'^'ke J°^ ^'^ poured out 4t^ui%^* 

they are poured out. 



i^irqu,, I have been poured out 4*-. 



XXVIII 

•iiup thou hast been poured out 4t_ 
qu,,. he has been poured out. 
- ij^'W-P we have been poured out 4^. 
vy^ yo^^ \iet,x& been poured out 4t. 
^u,* they have been poured out. 

t^'"ii"J3 I shall be poured out ^Ir^l-u 

thou shalt be poured out 4*-'^f he 

shall be poured out. 
l^qani-^ we shall be poured out 4*-^. 

the you shall be poured out ^t-riapi 

they shall be poured out. 

IMPERATIVE 

i^iriipp or ^yqaftu be thou poured out 
iikiigji let him be poured out. 

l^irqtupn^^ or ^yq2jff bc you poured out 
^ir^li% let them be poured out- 

INFIKIIIVE 

^lrili,/)iPi_ to be poured out. 

PARTICIPLE ' — Past 

i^tuhiui^ poured out. 

Fnlun 

t^yi/ib which is to be poured out. 

The deficiencies of the third con- 
jugation passive are supplied from 
it's active. 



FOUKTH CONJUGATION 
Common verb nuDii.thtr To learn 

IMDICAIIVE — Present 

f\i.uu,%Pir I learn nt-auA^a thou learn- 

est ni.uui'iip he learns. 
[\i.ii,i/i.[ii/p we learn ni-aaA[ip you learn 

ni.uufbl'u they learn. 

Imperfect 

[\i.uui%fr[i I learned or was learning 
uM-auA^Pp thou learnedst or wast 
learning m-uuHikp he learned or was 
learning. 

f\i.uiu%t„if, we learned or were learn- 
ing n^u„.%klip you learned or were 
learning nt-uu/tikfiiM they learned or 
were learning. 



Pcrfed 

[\t-uiui I have learned »«-«•"/» thou 
hast learned f.«-i»ii.t. he has learned. 

[\t.uujg we have learned m-auy^ you 
have learned nt.am'b they have 
learned. 

FvXwrt 

Wcaiyj I shall learn nM.,ij[>a thou shalt 

learn n«-«»5^ he shall learn. 
n<-»^''<^we shall learn nt-u^kpyon shall 

learn n«-<«5^* they shall learn. 

IMPERATIVE — Present 

(li.ii[l[i learn thou m^' m-umftfip learn 
thou not /71-U5/.' let him learn. 

[[i-uuipni^ do you learn li?' m-uaA^do 
you not learn ni-u^ffiM let them learn. 

Future 

n<-<<£/'/' or ni-auAlji2pP learn thon "«-"j^ 

let him learn. 
n<-<<j'><sf let us learn nt-u^fip or m-aui, 

^iplltp do you learn ni-a^pi let them 

learn. 

SCBJDKCTIVE 

The Present is like that of the Indicative. 
Future 

R'-wm^^jf'/'I learn, may, might, could, 
should, would learn nu.uMM,'i,f,gf,n thou 
learn, &c. nt^uihfigl, he learn, &c. 

(\i.uu/i,[ijpt/^ we learn, &c. ni.uui%[yp^ 
you learn ni-uuA^_jfi they learn. 

IHFlmilVE 

n«-K"»*f/. or nt.uuAti_ to learn. 

PARTICIPLE — Present 

nt-aa/iini learning, who learns. 

Past 

[\t-ut-mi_ having learned. 

Fului-c 

\\i.uiiAt-£nj or nM-uoAt-i^ who has to 

learn. 

Thus are also conjugated the com- 
mon verbs, which in the first person 
of the Perfect terminate in 5-.;. 

They are at the same time active 
and passive. 



IXIX 



IKREGULAE VERBS 
The Irregular Verbsare changed in their Perfect Tenses in the following 



Infinitive 

U/tifr^ to do. 
liilri^ to put. 
\uti_ to hear. , 
■^u/iiui^l_to know. 
irt^f/i7/^fr^ to sin. 
Qian-tit-i^ to rise. 
S<"t to give. 
S"«"i to come. 
tti^aitri^ to eat. 
C^inifiri^ to drink. 
n •-'i>t/_ to take. 

\}l'P'''l_to go. 



Indicative-Present 

uiniik-irl do. 
^■fctiT I put. 
lut-iT I hear. 
XaAut^t-tTl know. 
iOrqu/ii^j' I sin. 
juinXhw I rise. 
mail/' I give. 
^.uiTl come. 

m-mhiTl. eat. 

fuTuilrirl drink. 
ntAjtJ" I take. 
hpP^iuiT I go. 



Perfect 

iunuipp X did* 

£-^/l I have put, I put. 

^<-<<y I heard. 

trui'iMhufi I have known, I knew. 

iiytiuy I have sin, or sinned. 

juiphufi I have been risen, I rose. 

yuini. I have given, I gave. 

yii^ I came, or I was come. 

Iiirpiui I have eaten, I ate or eat. 

uippl; I drank. 

(<o^»f I took, or I have taken. 

in^uy I went, or I am gone. 



VERBS IMPERSONAL 



^Faik, it begins to cloud. 
Hf-Jpti^ it rains ; it is raining. 
So'L^ the dew falls. 
2,irqy'L"imk it comcs pourlng, it runs 
3,^iAk it snows. [over. 

•^uta.iii,i.ui)P-k it shines. 
\\,n.,ut-omk it begins to be day-light. 
JT/'/'it it blows very hard. 
4)<«/£<<'<ni"i4 it lightens. 
^a.quip.ypk it produces fruit. 
IT'tiit it bellows, it roars. 
"hiaii^aih^k it howls. 
^uin-ui^k it bellows, it roars. 
HS.jfu/biaj it clears up. 



lUt^OMnuMUlUl 



HiaMj it dawns. 



'\S[>k^nj,u%iy it darkens ; the night falls. 

*l"fc*"/""*"!/ '* '8 become night. 

1^n<.u«.tiuy it brightens. 

'\^uii.u,puM%u;j it grows dusky. 

2j<u,%ujj it kindles. 

n^"'"'^ it thunders. 

it*^ it is reported, they say. 

Xspii-t it appears, it seems. 

p^/.«-/i it Seems. 

\\u,pitl, 'tis believed, it is thought. 



\iili it is noised abroad. 
l^,uum%k or 4««<m%^> it happens, it falls 
^lamiu^k it happens. [out. 

2,uA,j.puiP it happens. 
(I)^u>^ one must. 
5'«l4 or nuii-p it pains. 
U.%4 t it becomes, it is fit, must. 
\i,i,J-ui% k it is convenient, it becomes. 
JS^i^iaip k it is impossible. 
^uipi-np k it is good, it is well. 
lo^uifi k it is hard. 

\\mJ' k or 4«"»(p yu it is wished, it wills. 
i^ipli k it must, it is necessary. 
^mpP- k it may be. 
^uym k it is clear. 
X,u.u. k it is enough, it sufScies. 
^iiipm k it must. 
A^yki^ k it is fit, it is proper. 
«I|t«".p ti it must, it is necessary. 
0/itl> 4 or t*r 't is lawful, it allows. 
^y(^ k it is cared for. 
^^.aM-m k it is expedient. 
\\ q.ku{ k it is suitable, or convenient, 
it becomes, it is fit. 



XXX 



iu.^rlJ.f^oso.«^pn^p■^^^■p — abbreviations 



a. af. 


adjective, adjective feminine 


uiiitil^utU , wh. pt^ut^aA 


ad. 


adverb 


l/ui^^aif 


agr. 


agriculture 


lrpl^lwuMi^np^ni.[3-ftA 


alg. 


algebra 


ip-4'"tt'- 


anat. 


anatomy 


MtAif-atJutiiybnt p-pA 


Jr. 


Arabic 


•upu-p.bpk'ii 


ari'th. 


arithmetic 


PnLutp.miinL.p- ft A 


art. 


article 


J«t 


ast. 


astronomy 


UMUutqutputj^nLPliA 


hot. 


botany 


urh^iupMMAnLppLit 


Chald. 


Chaldaic 


^ui^kmpl^ 


ehem. 


chemistry 


UfUMppUtptMAnLPflLb 


com. 


commerce 


iSut^tua-uibuAnLPpA 


coni. 


conjunction 


:^iii"-i 


fig- 


figurative 


^nlituip^pin^uA 


Ft. 


■ French 


fuiq^utpit. 


geog. 


geography 


■"^"'f<"'»/»"'P'A«* 


geol. 


geology 


tp^pu/pu/itni.p/iL'b 


geom. 


geometry 


hpifpui^ipnLppA 


3^- 


grammar 


^b-put^uAnLpptA 


Gt 


Greek 


jnAtupfA 


B. 


Hebrew 


ItppuytghpfA 


int. 


interjection 


Jti^pinLp[,L-b 


L. 


Latin 


iu,u,pi,tpfi> 


mar. 


marine, sea-term 


* int/uypii 


malh. 


mathematics 


4tuJiuiiLpuinLppLit 


mech. 


mechanics 


JtptXf^uAnt.pfL'i, 


med. 


medical term 


pJ^tjnLppA 


mus. 


music 


irp ut J-fot nt-M-piA 


pn. or np. 


proper name 


jtumnt-L uihn.1^ 


Pers. 


Persian 


MMiuipu^h-pi^'it 


phil. 


philosophy 


ItEtutuufutu^pnup^^i^b 


phys. 


physics 


^utif.ptnni.[3-ptA 


pi. 


plural 


jnt^UJ^It 


poss. 


possessive 


u^u.gu.ltu.% 


pr. 


preposition 


%u.^u,^p„^Pl,u% 


pron. 


pronoun 


if-tputiintA 


rhet. 


rhetoric 




S. 


Sec 


Sfr„ 


«. s/. 


substantive, subslantive feminine 


^njutl[aA , i^iy . ^^w^uA 


Syr. 


Syriac 


iuanpirp^% 


Turk. 


Turkish 


tnuMTC^ypklM 


V. 


verb 


l"V 


va. 


— active 


Ibtrpt^npirut^utL 


V. aux. 


— auxiliary 


~— oJ-uAn.iuL 


vd. 


— defective 




V. imp. 


— impersonal 


— tb'''*"V"^pk 


en. 


— neuter 


— ikvie 


vna. 


' — ■ — active 


%t-pif.npirgu^uA 


vp. 


— passive 


^puiLnpuM^utii 


V. pron. 


— pronominal 


— ifb-puAnM^iu^atb 


w. 


word 


putn. 


zool. 


zoology 


qtAf-uAutpuAnLp^^LlM 




popular 


n.tut/^ui^tu'it 



iinp pttfrs^bp^ 



4U.3 — U.^4-l,bU. Pb"b 



U. 



D. (ipe) lyp, /y s. the first letter & 
the first vowel of the alphabet ; «. , a , 
one ; first ; ui , ten thousand. 

— It is sometimes changed for t- , 

zCu/ii.-ojt'.u/i.. And sometimes it is used 
for ornament ; as , uimlru,j--iu,nkir, 

0.'> U.'u'p m^. ah! oh! alas! oh bear- 
ens \ ui ui, rnkp mkp , alas ! o Lord 
God ! UI p^ii.uin.ui^ut% , miserable ! o 
villain ! o rascal ! 

ftp s. Skb, the twelfth month of the 
Hebrews. [abbot. 

Ilpiuu , \},ppuja , ni. s. U. w. father ; 

XStpuippf, , -.,% s. Gr, w. euphorbium. 

Uppuy , /rj s. Syr. w. abba ; S. \i,pu,u ; 
- or -mi,uMji, s. abbot, superior; /A^l. 
itutUpiuliuM"!, - , abbot general; -^yio^w^ 
a. abbatial ; 7y<i</><u^< s. aibbey; ~jni.pji 
». abbey, abbacy, abbotship. 

\\,ppuAu, s. H. w- Bamah, high place. 

Upfsu'U'x-4^ sf. abbess, superioress. 

13,ptp^, p s. tindei". , 

Upfr^i-^f sf. Abel's sister. 

\i^t-iiuiPain_s. monk's funeral. 

]J,plrq,y , /,_j s. mouk, friar ; - ipi^u 
to turn or become monk; -m^ioii a. 
monachal ; -oitCu,^ s. monk's food ; 
~«L.pi-t-% or 



Uptijni./?? s. monachism, monastic 

liipkiitai'L s. pi. monks. [life. 

*l],pfr<^»«-4 *. zool. lark, tit-lark ; t-pifk 

- . the - carols. [an ; pn. Ebion. 

li],p[ia% , -uijifi a. H. IV. poor ; Ebionit- 

llif-uiPiu s. Gr. w. agate. 

1],^>»4 , U.J a. avaricious, stingy, 
grasping, sordid; ,i.J-npitajp% - , -vetj 
greedy or insatiable avaricious ; -«»_ 
piMip ad. avariciously, niggardly; -«»_ 
iijlif. a. very covetous, griping, miser- 
ly ; -lutiuiiTor -biT, hjl vn- to be avar- 
icious, niggard, to save sordidly; to 
be sparing of, to hoard avariciously ; 
- qu„i.,ui,n^Pl , to be given to covet- 
ousness ; - ^ J-uid'u!uuMl^ , to be spar- 
ing of one's time ; -m-Pt s. avarice, 
niggardness, stinginess. 

W.fuiti a. early-rising, diligent. 

Jj^^u/bt-ilip , [huig s. clothes, attire, 
dress, garb, raiment; rrna,p^, shoes, 
slippers; -i/iiT, y-u*/ . fl-pt ^t«Y.or ^»«-_ 
jtu,[_vn. to clothe or dress oneself, to 
wear, to put on : to take lodgings, to 
pass the night, to sojourn, to dwell ; 
to stay; - jj««4ui to put on a breast- 
plate or cuirass. 

Ji,^ui%,„lP , my *. H. w. liquid vessel. 

Ufux^, aij s. Gr, UI, agapse, love- 
feasts. 



U,f-u//ii I f a. bob-tailed ; docked, tail- 
less. 

Q,l.uipuii, uig s. farm, land,? field; 
country, village ; - u^t-'Jip , rural or 
country places ; -uip.iu^t' s. farm-guard- 
ian, or inspector; -"i/p' a. agrarian ; 
rural, rustic, country ; - opk'k^ , agra- 
rian \si,yf ; -u/buiJ" vn. to be deserted, 
unpeopled ; -tk *• small field. 

M^hmiuli s. the under part of the tail. 

]],^t<./j^ a. tailed ; - uiuinij_, comet. 

l],f./f , uiif-i-nj s. tail. 

llyjy^p , i"-^ly s. lever, bar, crow- 
tar ; ring ; enchasing, jointing, staple 
of a lock. 

n.i-n'i,, f, s. G.w. agon, fight, Olympic 
game; -mn-lip , i-pm^ s. agonothete; 
—uin-tu^ui s, arena ; -uiiluip » "UMpuip s> 
athlete, wrestler; -^«f.i.«y^ «. athletes. 

U.f-nn-u't/f *. dung-hill. 

1],2.<i<.^u.y^ , j/y s. Gr, w. pipe, tube, 
conduit, canal, aqueduct. 

lJ,'/.«i-B- s. palm, hollow of the hand : 
brick ; a. hard. 

\S^ni.ju/i,tir , j/lr va. to clothe , to 
dress ; to enchase, to set, to fit in: to 
harbour, to lodge ; - fo^^u , to put on 
the shoes of; - </u»»#»u»%^u od/t^ , to 
put a ring in a person's finger.' 

I],5.i7£.j/,^ a. enchased. [&l|#i*^fe«r. 

1],^n-u.i. , «it s. raven, crow; S. ll/t^tiT 
*U,j.n-i/t£ s. the groin. 

W^uiJ^tp-ni-i^s. banana-fig, plantain; 
-p-qt'iif, s. banana-tree. 

n^il.iiijhi'iiq. , [, s. diamond ; S. IT""/-- 
i[iu ; -tty a. adamantine; adamante- 
an, hard ; magnetic, [of the Hebrews. 

Ut-xv . ly s. adar, the sixth month 

\i^ir-h,[,, M^IA, uy s. H. w. Eden, 
paradise. [Lord God. 

UjLn^iu , -jj, s. H. w. Adonai, the 

1],2<u^u«>/<uir, uiijuij vn. to grow dry 
or lean, to fade, to wither. 

U^qui^iT, irj[i va. to cause to fade, 
to tarnish, to dry. 

0,2^yn«- s. bot. carpesium. 

HS^lui^Ji, a. dry, arid, dead; lean, 
slender, wasted away. 

\S,qu,m , uig a. free , independent ; 
freed, affranchised , redeemed, quit, 
ransomed; large, vast; noble; - ir«"„ 
«//»« . the great Ararat ; - «u«.it^ S. IL 
•fiouiirir; - iwjni-ju/iit^, to dispense, to 
exempt; - or 



m,,ia,vMupuip ad. freely; nobly; -pa,, 
itiT, hgl, vn. to speak" freely, frankly ; 
-pkpuiii a. plain- or free-spoken , — _ 
tongued, frank, bold; ad. freely, bold- 
ly; -^tbp ' •tP"'3 *• freed-man, libertine ; 
-unJii^. s. the noble corps, corps of 
nobles; a.formed, composed of nobles; 
-fptiT va. to set free, to enfranchise ; 
-q-pni-P-l,^ «. libertinism, enfranchise- 
ment; -^t./"arf.openly, frankly; -.fuipj; 
-13rb • -^t-ty a. of noble birth, high- 
born, illustrious; -^p s. regiment of 

nobles ; — c/-«»yn^, —^m-Jp. S. U,i[uiuna, 
a.ntJbn. I —^ou S. JuMirutpiuMliuifuou j —^ ^' 

very noble ; -4™* a. liberal ; free; 
noble ; -iuAm-P^fs. liberty ; liberality; 
generosity; nobleness; -^^i*/! gentle- 
woman, dame, lady; -il>j a. s. free- 
companion; -iya, s. the nobility; -„ 
kpoi s. free-thinker ; -1^"^ s. public 
free mill ; -Jpm a. noble-minded, free- 
hearted ; generous, liberal ; -Jh,ni.pji 
*. free-heartedness ; liberalism; -%Maj; 
iugufi vn. to free or rid oneself, to shake 
off,'to break away ; to be ennobled or 
exalted ; -*/» > -mt-mp^ s. pi. the nobili- 
ty, the aristocracy, the court; -u^p, 
u/tpuMjj a. fond of liberty, liberal ; -o^. 
pn^pl s. love of liberty; liberalism; 

—inn^tT S. U.o«'i««'o«*/»«/'; '~utn^Jht-P-piA 

«. noble birth, nobility of family; -_ 
pu,p , ,ug a. «. liberator, saver, deliver- 
er; -^i«/£_a. free-footed. 

U,^>uin£-ir, tjf va. to liberate, to de- 
liver , to save ; to enfranchise , to 
emancipate; to free, to exempt, to 
disentangle, to disengage ; -t^otju., 
"iihtTva. to free. 

'\S.futmnpif.\t s. free-born , son of a 
noble, nobleman ; -nptmp s. pi, the 
nobility, the peers. 

0,^u<mni./7^<.%t s. liberty, freedom ; 
exemption; privilege; emancipation, 
deliverance, enfranchisement; noble- 
ness; generosity; frankness. 

U,^^i»n<.4^ sf. gentlewoman. [pnu» 

\i,ilut,np/r^s. 6o^ parsley, B.'^tqui^u,, 

W,H_pu,luni.jp. a. very close, serried. 

U.l.F*'" p^*' «. weft, woof, warp. 

\kip"3 s. simple stick. 

lljj., u«, *. nation, people ; genera- 
tion; race; gender; kind, sort, quali- 
ty; sex, age, epoch; century; manner, 
way ; 4*/'/!p -u,^ . Book of Judges; 
j-t J- 1 from age to age , from gene- 



ration to generation ; - i^-ynii ., the 
Armenian nation; l)^f/^wj/> j-k^ of 
the English nation, English ; IJ.'*/»M"'- 
gl, IriT -.»•. , I am American by birth ; 
-^m%a.^y , the female sex, the fair sex, 
the woman kind ; - Jiup^u/i,, the hu- 
man kind, humanity ; -«4j with all the 
nation •,!%-, the same, the same man- 
ner, equally ; -^ -^ pufuMuuftpm-Plruiii , 
the different kinds of literature; -^ U. 
•"f/'V ' ^ nations, all people. 

\S,fl^jupmii s- genealogist. 

|],23.<»{uiAu'/(<a% a. genealogical. 

^A.^uip.m'iiyj', tj/i va. to draw or write 
a genealogy, to number ancestors. 

^A^y.mf.u>%ni4H^, s. genealogy. 

V'tf- ""CF-' ll??-/^ ""i3-t *■ niany na- 
tions, many people ; a. various, diffe- 
rent, manifold. 

\i.jyjufnil_ a, admirer of his country, 
who praises his country. 

Ui^iu^uiL, U^iu^^nccA a. who be- 
trays his country. 

U.f]po9.'/«/>f. o. who shakes, over- 
throws, upsets the nation. 

U,2j.«</3^/l<. *. relation ; genealogy : li- 
neage. 

\i^iM>J-nqn4_ a. United by nationality ; 
s. national assembly. 

|].^u/^«.n>> a. relation, consangui- 
neous, [consanguinity. 

1],f^«i^<un.%/i<.^^i.% s. relationship, 

U.grj.u/^'ui^ a. who agitates, disturbs 
the nation. 

U.j^u.A'juiro^ a. known by the na- 
tion ; known to the nation. 

O.fjuufu'^ s. relation, kinsman or 
kinswoman ; jypiu„.np - , next of kin ; 
a. like, analogous. 

|],^<ii/(«>%»i./72r *. relationship, con- 
sanguinity, kin, cognation; race, fa- 
mily; likeness, analogy; ^"7--^ '"ty""- 
liuAni^d-t^ the ties of relationship. 

Il^f.io(>o%ni.4/> sf. kinswoman. 

O.jj./o^^-Y.^ a. who hides or dissimu- 
lates his nationality. [his nation. 

^A^uMlihgyg a. who rescues, liberates 

U,27.<<"i^^ *. parent, compatriot; a. 
national, of the same nation ; allied to, 
near, like, similar, analogous. 

|],2^<«^^<r, tg,y vn. to make alliance 
by marriage. 

}J,^uifigni.p^ s, consanguinity: affi- 
nity, alliance by marriage: analogy, 
likeness, resemblance. 
0,2.?^uf4fii</;»^f. census; enumeration ; 



5 ttfti; 

- uin.%lru to make the census of a na- 
tion or people. 

Jj^iu^uimni-p-^i^, s. extinction of a 

nation, race. [or race. 

H.?j-<"4'"'- «. chief, father of a nation 

U.^<<y/.% a. national: related, allied 

to by marriage; *. parent, relation; 

- putp^ , national character ; «>£.i<>%f^<._ 
/»/itS, _ , national tradition ; - J-n.ff,^ 
l^"ii"3< the national assembly or sy- 
nod of the Armenians. 

Uyj-u'yo^ a, which unites the nation ; 
s. national tie. 

\],qij.u,%ni^p a, devotedto the nation; 
offered by the nation. [nation. 

U,2^u>«;«/'i,a- a. who is proud of his 

W,^^utuilru, s. chief, governor of a na- 
tion or family. 

|],^f.n/ii{£'<»ni./7^iJs> s, charge or office 
of a governor of the people. 

Hq^uiui^i/p- a. incestuous. 

Ihiy-uiuinttm.piit.'i, s. incest. 

ll^uiu^P a. loving his country or 
nation, patriotic. 

\i,qy.utu{i{ini-P-[ii-% s. attachment to his 
country or nation, patriotism. 

\i,^"'4iyt-l_a. worthy or becoming to 
the nation. [mily or race. 

l},q^iiiin uMn^,lri_ va. to oxtirpato a fa- 

W,fl^u,a,l^uij a. who hates his nation. 

\S,^u,mL-gnt-[3-l,i^ s. hatred of one's 
nation. [tion, progeny. 

X^^uimn^tT s. family, house, genera- 

\i,^n4t'fpi V.q^niflii ad- throughout 
the nation, nationally. 

lJ,2j:ni-/Jf lA s. nationality. 

U.?j- s. sensation, feeling; advice; 

- ••in.^trfj to give notice or information, 
to notify; to instruct; to advise, to 
admonish; to announce, to publish; 

precaution, to premonish, to put on 
guard ;-//At^. to be aware of, to be 
informed of; to be announced or pub- 
lished. 

\i.^ui^,iA a. advising, monitorial : 
penetrative, energetic, efficacious. 

W.q^iupta'r, s. place where a public 
notice is proclaimed: instrument with 
which notice is given, horn, trumpet. 

\i,^ujpuip a. monitorial, advising; *. 
monitor, adviser. 

O.^ju'/'"'/'"'-/?^"-* s. advice, admoni- 
tion, counsel; warning, summons; no- 
tice, information. 

U-l?^*//' *'• sensible ; sensitive. 
3 



O.ft'b 

\i,>iy-/rilip s. pi. the senses. 

lljj-t./", fry/, va. to inform, to adver- 
tise, to announce; to influence, to in- 
spire, to dictate ; to work upon, move 
or affect; to suggest, to insinuate. 

\},^irjimifiiii'i, , U,^/r^[i/i a. cf&cacious, 
energetic. 

W.^t-jni-P-l'i-'ii , Xhiji-lrjjni-aj, s. noticG, 
warning, admonition; perception, in- 
stinct; inspiration; suggestion, insti- 
gation: eifieacy, force, power; empha- 
sis, energy. 

\i,j^lr^n,-^a/i,tJ- S. ll^jt'/"- [viSOr. 

0,^/.^ a. efficacious, energetic: *.ad- 
\},qy.niiu,piu(i ad, cfRcaciously, ener- 
getically. 
U'23-"'^"'^"'*' ^- efficacious, energetic. 

U.?? W ' U.27-"'-*- efficacious, strong, e- 
nergetic,penetrative;pathetic, expres- 
sive, emphatic, significative ; active, 
vehement, spirituous, violent. 

]3,iq.[> , t-lrii s. thigh ; back. 
lljfc , uttjiii , qlHi^ I q^'Jij s. nation, peo- 
ple, generation ; S. U,^ ■ 

tlyir/fj- , V/nt-^ , nl-UJj CI. finO, gOOd, BX- 

quisite, excellent, precious, rare, choi- 
ce, worthy; noble, great; genteel, ci- 
vil ; ad. int. well ! very well ! bravo ! 

l],Y*""-"'p»'f» arf- genteelly, civilly; 
nobly, generously. 

ll^n<_u.pu//i/j , fj a. genteel, civil, 
well-mannered; noble, generous. 

0,^'"'-<"7-/* c(. precious, dear, rare. 

y,^/ni-o»^/<«-/3^ a. benign, clement, 
kind, merciful, humane. 

U.yfc"'-"'?^"/"^ o. noble, illustrious, of 
a noble family. 

\i,,^,ni-uiqy.[i a. of noble nation, race. 

]i,^,nM-ujqy.n,-P-i7 s. nobility of nation, 
race. 

l],,^//i«.u»/.//.4 ft. who has noble sen- 
timents. 

y^ini-uiliiui, ft. civil, genteel, noble, 
generous: s. gentleman. 

\i,,^,ni-u,liiu'i,ni-l3[i.-'h s. nobility, birth, 
gentility: civility, genteelness; gene- 
rosity, nobleness. 

U.,^fcn<-u»<//./.. a. of good sentiments, 
noble, generous. 

[i,.^,ni-iuiru,nt-P[.iJii s. nobility of sen- 
timents. 

0,^'""_™'>/u/</', /ujitf/ I'll, to grow better, 
to mend: to receive a grant of nobi- 
lity: to be ennobled, to become noble. 



Q^i/ri-u/ij^u<^ito?> a. pious, religious j 
devout. 

D^nM-uiuitm , [i s. aristocrat. 

Mi^ini-uiuilrmiuliuA a. aristocFatic. 

\S^ini-uiuih,nni-P-l,t^, s. aristocFacy. 

^i^int-uMulftu, a. who has a noble 
heart. ^ 

O^ii'-u/v/"'"''-/?^ s. nobility of heart. 

y,^,ni-u,u,ii^'r a. noble, of a noble 
family. 

\i^,ni.u,uin'i,rni.p [id, s. Hobility of 
family, high birth. 

\}^,nt-'ujni.jiu'iit^i/; ni-^^va.to Improvc, 
to civilize ; to refine^, to confer a title, 
to grant nobility, to ennoble. 

H.,^raL»t/3/««A *. fineness, goodness, 
costliness, excellence, - rarity; gen- 
teelness, civility: dignity, nobility. 

U-t"/"' 1'3 *• sour grapes. 

\i^in/„ui^i-P s, verjuice. 

\JJ3uip s. dry cow's dung. 

\iJ3-ni,., nji s. chair, seat ; stool ; throne; 
bench ; 'iiuuini-^it,'iilTi_ j- , to make one 
sit on a throne or chair; to throne; 
%au,t-^ J- , to sit on a chair or throne ; 
-u uipli.u'bhu to give seats or chairs ; 

lriu/i,lri_ j~nj , tO rlSO Up, tO gCt Up. 

\S,Pnn.uii{.npit s. chair-maker. 

\\fi nn-uiJ-Mun-MMAif. s. possBSSor, suc- 

cessor to any place or dignity. 

\i,p-nn.u,li , lai/ s. stool ; foot-stool. 

\Sj3-nn.u,^uiu u,j s. vicar ; vice-presi- 
dent: successor. 

\S,p-n,i.u,^u,i^,.p-l,tX s. vicarship, vica- 
rage; possession of a chair, succession 
to a dignity. 

\\,p-nn.iuiil,^ s. colleague or companion 
in the same dignity, or on the same 
throne. 

li.Pnn.ui^tina^PliL.'i, s. company on the 
same throne. 

\J,Pni-P-u,f^ , jI,j s.pl. elements, let- 
ters, characters, alphabet. 

|J,/?«tY» O. 111". ui[3-nK-rl • 

\^f^,•/il ft. ad. cheap, cheaply ; - i^%t^. 
to buy cheaply. 

W,J-k.p f kl'j s. pi. value, price. 

H,^u„ii„uii,[i s. alabaster. 
l),£.u<_n<-'iip , l),£«#L,,ntAp s. pi. the pleia- 
des or pleiads; S. I^u.^/;^!.!.!^-.^ . 
{i^-qyipj. a. gray-haired,gray-headed. 

U-i^r'"/"'""-*' "• farinaceous, mixed 
with flour, mealy. 

IIjAy""'^"^'""- *• meal-man. 



o.i»n 

U,/;^<-'Y' «. gray-haired; old man. 

ll.^.-#Y//.rf\ tjfiiMj vn. to grow gray- 
haired, to grow old. 

\S,lh-i-npn^p-l,€^h s. old age, the state 
of being gray-haired. 

n./k/fi'-li'u s. hallelujah. 

JJ^Pi.uiiA a. gray, gray-haired. 

l]^6->>iL^, \i,itin^ a. subject to tem- 
pests, tempest-beaten, floating, agita- 
ted, troubled; - uja.%lr,r S. [],^i(a6-£-</'. 

O^iini-hj; Jryl, va. to beat to and 
fro ; to agitate violently, to trouble. 

U^^"*"/"^' %'w vn. to float, to chafe, 
to grow troubled or agitated. 

l).^4"&-»"-/?f «-'* , UL^^/ii-ni-ati s. agi- 
tation of the sea, storm, tempest: trou- 
ble, agitation, 

1],^4»i<»%^, W./kiautaiai'i, a. floating, 
swelling, rough. 

\S,d' • •••Ur'3 ' U-/.' /' *• ^■xlo ; millstone ; 
pulley; phantom. 

|]^««u,i.»,„ a. having large waves, 
swelling, stormy ; subject to tempests. 

l)i£/'«-f» . "•/*/« s. meal, flour •,ju/i,lri_ ^- 
/' •i^p";i • to powder or whiten with flour. 

U^!^ ,uY.£-«<3f.p^ wave, billow, surge, 
swell of the sea : gray hairs, old age ; 

grow gray-haired, to get old; -.itujm^ 
linL.^,u%iri_, to agitate the waves ; 4*-/»w 
liMitih^ uiMauiiuiiJr^ aiu^iu j to clcavc the 
waves. 

D.^iX', l,j s. a small medlar. 
■ U^zCtfc^ s, small .medlar-tree. 

0.^^, /> , uij sf. she-kid. 

ll^t-j, luigj, s. a. hollow, cavity, in- 
side : hollow, interior, deep. 

'[[.fifiuiphuip, }i,i>fiai,ll'i,ips.pl. alphabet. 

^LpHt- s. alchemy. 
l]./"S. n..//". 
l],y<« int. ah ! alas ! 
l],/»«>^ s. ermine. 
y^piutful'UM s. acacia. 
Vt^uiJiup, a. foolish, gross-headed. 
}i,/iiu,mpnjq_ tt. highwayman ; indocile, 
ferocious. 

U,/H«"-£'fjr<'<f.&u s. hanging cornice. 
l],/»£-^i«;( a. vain. 

-jU.futrpm^u.i , j\^luhpliui'ii ad. vainly. 
U./"«A/.V , \\,t"l-kp «■ dregs. 

l1.^</;»^, etc. S. %l.,ir,a[,, etc. 



s. antagonist, adversary, opponent; ri- 
val, competitor : champion, hero ; 
triumpher. 

XSulua/.i/inupiup ad. as an antagonist; 
valiantly, heroically. 

ll,^n%#^u>^/»»> a. hypochondriac. 

pl. hypochondria: entrails, intestines, 
pluck. 

U./una- , n/ s. stall, stablo. 

yStfiinn.uiuiui'ii , uitj s, groom. 
Jj.funii-iuuilru, s. oqucrry ; groom. 

li,/un[,c^ a. savoury; sweet, agreea- 
ble, delicious ; -puAp, agreeable words; 
-•Lyi'-e' enchanting ])laces; - joJ-^^ 
pni.[3-hui,iii ad. with great pleasure, 
willingly. 

ll/uo^cAp, l>j s. pl. appetite; desire, 
wish ; savour, taste; satisfaction, plea- 
sure ; nuiii Wuiiuipi lufunnj-pu , puin tit ^ 

/./»Y»cA/._3 /.a£ , capriciously. 

^lunpJ-tttf.ti>p ad. with appetite ; with 
pleasure, readily, willingly. 

WtltinitJ-iuiLlrpa. appetizing, attractive. 

\S.liiit[iJ-tuilt3 a. full of pleasure, a- 
greeable. 

\S,[itnpJ-taint-p ft. who grants; accords, 
listens willingly; pleasurable to the ear, 
gratifying. 

\^litn[tJ-aMli , tail s. tastc ; appctito ; af- 
fection, will, inclination, willingness; 
passion, sentiment; i,i3i,lri~, to be hun- 
gry ; to have a taste ; ^«-'iA-/_- Itillif , to 
have a taste for nothing; uitu^tuunt-Pl, 
-/> , want of appetite ; -««<- nt-mki_, to 
eat with appetite ; ^pJ-h^ pu/iiuti^ t/- , 
to excite the appetite; p.tiin^iiui_^, to 
take away the appetite ; i^tnjtp' khpP- < 
tu%lilipP -, good, bad taste; pum [ttih/u 
-/< , according to my tast. 

[i./tinpJ-tii/itii'it a. pleasing, agreeable, 
sweet, amiable, delightful. 

W^futrptf-tit^uttr, W^liittpcf- ut'7Ctu^til£ (t. plea- 
sing to the taste, savoury, sweet ; good 
to eat, savoury. 

\i,lunpJ-iu%^ s. pl. appetite; desire, 
pleasure; luluttpJ-tt/ito^, with appetite ; 
with pleasure. [agreeable. 

\},/.tt,pcHrilt a. desirable, pleasing, 

W,/„npJ^lrir, lrj[i vtt. to tasto of, to 
relish, to like ; to love, t9 take plea- 
sure in; to desire, to aim at; n^-i to 
take a disgust for or to ; Pk u,[,tnpJ^kft < 
if yon please. 

'^fanpJ-h^ni-yuithir, "lj/' va. to in- 
spire gratification, taste, pleasure. 



1}.1»S 

W.f.inpJ-n.-PlL'l,, ^[..nptfni-Ul S. plsa- 

sure, taste. 

U,/».», /.J s. illness, disease, indispo- 
sition; affection, passion; Tice, bad 
habit: menses: seed of man; -_3"'<-"j' 
Q.uiit.'iniLptu/ii, calamity, plague, disa- 
ster, any thing troublesome ; - uipmui^ 
unM-ju^ , tears ; - ^'y < sleep ; - i/;«4"'-' 
iruii,iM,g„,_, mortal malady; f^u iruti,ni. 
Ifrpiu'iijiij to be seriously, mortally ill ; 
- Jhtpq.tu^uiTi'ni-Pt-ui'ii , adulation, flat- 
tery; au£usu niXyi_ -ftf Jtb^uiptr[_ if-, to 

give one's self up to vice, pleasure. 

^lumMup.ufii s. pathologist. 

U^oiu'fuut/u/^u'^ a. pathological. 

M./umiupiiAnt-P-l-'^ s. pathology. 

y\,pimuii!.u,p ad. viciously, passiona- 
tely, [illness. 

\\,luuiu,p.lr^ a. crushed, oppressed by 

yS.fauiuip.hp a. morbific, engendering 
diseases or passions. 

W.lumuipyJ- s.a. physician : that cures 
diseases, restorative. 

H.ptmuM^'iipj; t-jtuf vn. to be ill, in- 
disposed, sick. 

^/uii,uiJ-/^in , J-b-uiuiif a. sick, ill, of a 
bad constitution or temperament; un- 
healthy. 

1],^<^wc/-^<IIl».^^I-?< n. bad tempera- 
ture, indisposition, languor, sickness, 
cacochymy. 

\i,/utniuitj a. full of diseases, ill: vi- 
cious, bad, passionate. [passions. 

\i,/uuiiuil,p a. subject to diseases or 

]J,^>f>u>;(^_J o. that has the same sick- 
ness : compassionate ; -ih'iit^i_ nt-Jh^ , to 
have compassion, pity on some one, to 
compassionate. 

}i,/uuiui^i,irj; tj/< vn. to be ill, to suffer. 

\S,^inuiiipni.p-[,t^ s. illness, sickness, 
distemper; suffering. [pity. 

|].^•»<<'^'»f2<u^ ad. with compassion, 

vn. to have compassion, to compassio- 
nate, to pity. [vice, passion. 

]S,[um,ul,gn,.[3^l,Ji, s. compassion, pity ; 

\^^u,iu^Muiuib^ a. that drives away 
or cures diseases. 

\i,luinii,irnij jij a. vicious ; lascivious. 

\f,/u,n,uirnini-p-[,Jb s. concupiscence, 
luxury. 

li./uuim'iiuiir, utguij vn. to bo sick or 
ill : to have bad habits, to be vicious. 

'^fumuMukp a. that loves vices, vi- 
cious, devoted to passions. 



\\^.„m„l,i,n.-P^^% s. sensuality, lore 
of vice, dishonest desires. 

\\,/a,n.uuuiuA a. that mortifies or con- 
trols his passions. 

D,^,»™f."'tp . k-u3s.pi. lot, disposi- 
tion, nature, fate; a. natural, physical; 
ju,lu..,u.pu,liu,g ad. physically, natu- 

U,^».<«/»«'/» a. morbific. [rally. 

^lum-pit-upir a. that excites illness, 
bad passions ; - likpuiuipuii, , voluptuous 
image. 

\\,/uu,u,p>rau U,^'"«"/"'™^ f- astrolo- 
ger, one who professes judiciary astro- 
logy, magician, sorcerer. 

\i/.,u,.i,p^_ , p>-j s. pi. horoscope, nati- 
vity, stars. 

|J,/,mu/j i-uY. "'• i'^ unwell. 

X^lnmui^n/^ a. symptomatic, [one ill. 

y^lumuijni-juAt^ir, f^li va. to make 

\i,/,ju,uii-np a. vicious, passionate ; ill, 
infirm; morbid. 

\l,/,iu,u^i-npnt-l3-ptA s. illness, malady : 
bad disposition, vice, passion. 

D>, luitp s. shooting, slip, cutting. 

\jj> uifiui-i, a. adjective. 

'\}j)-uil[iiAutp.aip ad. adjectively. 

V),6-iiAjm4ui* a. derivative. 

l],6-uiijt.r, tj// va. to derive. 

lls^u/ij/../", tjuy vn. to be derived 
from, to come from. 

\}^itu/i,j,ni-P^[>-^> , U.(tu/i,jnM.!li, s. deri- 
vation, origin, formation. 

U,6-frft./", /rj/i va. to raze. 

W,(ttili s. razor. 

lla^t./", -utyl- va. to carry, to fetch, to 
bring; to strike; — i^-q- t'-C< to con- 
duct; - 'I'l'i^iipu , 't "^l.' to introduce; 
- 'p -llrpiy or - p-iu^t-i^, to infer ; - 'f or 
•Ihpiuiririj to reduce ; - |A^ ^"•vzj to 
drag along ; - i^n^nj^ to pass through 
flame, to enflame, to burn ; - ijJmun., 
to consider, to think, to reflect; - 
HjLiLiuJp , to seize, to lay hold of; - 
i^nM^ t to lay eggs ; iMin-u/ii^ i^t f-"^" A^i 
luithinj , without making any objection, 
readily ; - q^t^pu . to raze ; - ^/■«-/»i-" 
jl^^. , to seduce, to entice. 

{l.tf/uuiif-npit s. coal-man ; charcoal- 
dealer- [coal. 

lJ,6-/«u4tt •"n.itiTva. to burn like 

\},ir/u,u^u/iip s. coal-pit, coal-mine. 
|],6-/uw*io»/*, wjiy vn. to become coal. 

\},ltp,uAnj s. coal-house. 

U,4-ni. , nj s. nation, people : bed of a 
garden ; parterre. 



ftllU. 
Uft-fH^ , uti^/un/ s. coal ; charcoal. 
U,4<o4 a. having a knowledge of, 
well versed. 
[i,lf[ui^t-u,u HJdui^nii, a. filled, full ; 

- uimiinil_ 6-uinLf , trocs loadcd ■with 
fruit. 

WJiuMJuy ad, involuntarily ; by force, 
with regret, reluctantly ; A-/3-4 4«"/r»«- , 
yp^k - , willing or unwilling. 

WJ^uiWiy , [,j , ujj^ a. involuntary ; for- 
ced, constrained. 

^^uiJiyni-Pl,^, s. the state of being 
involuntary; repugnance, reluctance, 
constraint, necessity. [mine. 

H^L/ii I. mine, moat ; - 'iuimu/iit-i_, to 

yj^uAiiufiuMui a. ornamented or inlaid 
with precious stones, worked in jewels. 

MJiuitiuMifiin a. limpid, clear. 

\S,liui'iiui^uiui , uig s. miner ; thief, a 
body snatcher. 

U,4u>%ui</^<r s. propolis. 

1]^<i>%i«»> s. trap ; - Jiiuti,g , rat-trap, 
mouse-trap. 

^^uMiiuMuthu , [ij , tuj a. ocular, wit- 
nessed by the eye ; visible, apparent; 

- ^(u/t eye - witness ; - ■Tf^nup.unt-Pji , 
an evident truth ; ad. visibly, seeing 
with one's own eyes ; - iptku to see 
with one's own eyes. 

\SJi,JiiuMmhunM.[3-l,i% s. act of seeing 
with one's own eyes. 

U,(</>%««->Y' a. that has eyes : signal, 
illustrious, famous. 

Uj^it/iit-ir, tj,[i va. to look at, to see, 
to cast eyes upon. 

1],(<o%^ a. that has eyes, that sees. 

Wj^iu'iiaijip , qyuM^ s.pl. the eyes, the 
looks. 

I]^ui%^, t'2i"3 *• sar; - itniln,-, cove, 
creek ; - ^i*"* , mussel ; •f^-fr^ 4- »»«-. 
pni,p, , to pinch the ear of some one ; to 
rub his ears ; lu%nt-i_ ij-u , to stop one's 
ears ; ni-,i^i_ ^u , to prick up one's 
ears ; mi/A-^ ^oufr^ j-u , to speak in 
one's ear ; j«"- -"»j 1 ear-ache ; .pi^n^ 
P^i -luj , ear-picker ; ^tl_ -•"3 . ear- 
wax. 

|]^u<%^uY>K-^ a. auricular: that has 
heard ; that is heard ; - •Ik'^ < auricu- 
lar witness;-, j-u, ad. auricularly; 
j-u lah-ij to hear with one's own 
ears ; j- tui/j to be heard. 

WJi,u%2uiiruM% s, pavilion ( of the ear ). 

D^u<%£i»</n<.«> s. ear-wig. 



HjfiuA^uM a. whose ears are cat. 

\iJiiu%£Mi,juji. t. ear-ache ; a. who suf- 
fers malady of the ear. 

W.^u,%£irir, ty/, vn. to listen, to hear, 
to be attentive. 

Il^.i/li^nn. s. lobe of the ear. 

n^uAij^fi^^m g. ear-pick. 

U,(u/<i.,ii%|. s. garrison; the inhabi- 
tants of the citadel. 

[Huini, g. citadel, castle, fortress. 

HJ/uMumuA s. surety, shelter; aSr.u^ 
k"'LJ't' to fortify one's self, to su- 
stain one's self in a position. 

\SJi>um, u.g g. agate: boat, skiff. 

U,4/.^, lu^j/. g. hook. Hasp ; a sort of 
iron shovel. 

U,4a7//i- g. sole of the foot ; j-n iu,i_, 
juiPliiLu II. j-u liuiu to listen, to look 
at with admiration, attention, to be all 
eyes, all ears, in suspens, enchanted. 

U.4»/p«»4n//. "• assembled in a circle. 

I)^</f.^fr, htjuij vn. to assemble, to 
form a circle. 

U.^*/ , ml^u/b 8. eye : sight, look ; bud, 
germ ; hope, expectation ; opinion, 
suspicion •^jmliiu'iii; ju!bni.iuul; , by name, 
specially, expressly; j«»4<iA p-op-a,^ 
.{•hi_, in the twinkling of an eye, in- 
stantaneously ; - iun%nt-i_, to shew a 
respect of persons, to be partial ; - uMp_ 
4<"*A/^. to cast eyes upon ; j- uipliuliilrij 
to shew; to review, to read; ^n.iu_ 
liuijp. ui^uiplit-ij to scowl ; - nUilrij to 
hope, to expect ; - j-y^'i'l' < -juituj-^iruA , 
in presence of, visibly, openly; - j""*'. 
^[.Jmu uMn^h/j to represent, to lay be- 
fore; uin. ui^uM% 7-^<v/'/_. to see by acci- 
dent; Mun. uiliui'iik, ostentatiously; j- 
,an%ui-i_, to have an eye to, to watch, to 
take care of; - \, fui^iiupi, , quite confu- 
sed; ^npniluiplp -, Argus-eyed, pier- 
cing eye ; - liiunjii-3lruii_ ^ui/lrij to look 
fixedly. 

MJiIi, luliu/b, utliu/iip g. precious stone, 
jewel, gem; pearl; cameo ;- p«"2»/^_ 
fni^li , — i{iii^i[i , S. ^ui^J^tf-niifi and 
iXu/iif, . 

U.4'i, •afiu.'i,, uilintiip g. source, ori- 
gin; water-spout, spring; hole, stitch; 

ring, link ; - /"•-un/ tupU.ni^ mni-i^2trm'li , 

day-star, the sun ; - •i.lrpyi(J'.i/bl, , grave, 
tomb ; - uiu,uiujpl> , the orifice of the 
hatchet, axe; lu^m^ ^iti»u.^.f«.4# , 

\iji%,^pyJ- g. oculist. [glass. 

lipiaif np}^ g. jeweller, lapidary, wor- 
ker of precious stones. 



\Sjl[i,i„ii-ni,irnil3^l, s. jeweller's trade, 
jewelry or jewellery. 

\\,lfti,M,l,„„liiij W^lfiiiiiliiiiiliiii a. dazzling. 

to respect, to reverence, to esteem 
highly ; to fear ; to take care bf, to 
super-intend. [spire respect. 

0y{ri.»6-^_j«t_3iuiti/; ntj^' vu. to in- 

U.^^""^"^ > '"J a. respectful; careful. 

l]^i..«S-nt./?/.t>» s. respect, considera- 
tion ; fear, constraint, circumspection: 
cai;e, superintendence. 

}i,liii,uli,ui,,l,-!(p t ui'iCu.ii s. pi. socket of 
the eye: bezil of a ring in which a pre- 
cious stone is'Set. 

Wjfiiiu'^Mi.TCnj , ^iiiiiuufiupiufi a. attrac- 
tive ; charming ; delightful. 

pirj; U,'/'"i'"l>l"/'' 

\\Ji%.un.ni- , U.J a. that pays respect to 

persons, partial. [partiality. 

\SJii,iun.n,-P [iii, s. respect of persons, 

]i,/fiii,^f,/iirir, hjl, vn. to make signs 
with the eyes: to indicate, to shew, to 
mark, to denote, to signify : to regard, 
to see, to revise : to concern, to belong 
to: to permit; - i^q- w^iui/p, to scowl. 

|],(%«Y>{>^ u,n.'i,h,r va. to make signs 
with the eyes, to indicate; to laugh at, 
to make fun of, to mock at. 

}A,lii,u,pIinL^Pl,.-'b s. sign, mark : mea- 
ning, signification: permission given 
with a sign. 

\SJi%lrpL. a. evident, clear, visible, 
palpable ; ad. evidently, visibly, in pre- 
sence of. 

\i,liii[3-,up[3- , j, s. wink ; twinkling. 

XSJih^iajrir, A-j/, va. expect, to hope. 

\i,lflili,„ini- a. hoper, expecter. 

WJii'liu,ini-[3-i,Ji, s. expectation, hope. 

U.4*'4"»"-Wj "• that looks attentively; 
- ilfbku to regard with attention or 
pleasure. 

\Sjfi,linp a. ashamed, confounded ; sad. 

lliH"/'/"^' *a"^/ vn. to be confounded 
or ashamed. 

^iitilinpnt-pj, s. consternation, shame. 

Il^i4u//. a. fascinated, enchanted ; - 
or «//L - , s. scare-crow, bug-bear. 

0y//<4"v'*^»/"> tjf va. to fascinate. 

^Jii,i,u,pi,ir, hyuj vn. to be fascinated. 



\i,ii'i. ju.,,.,'1,1, , Mj,-!, ju.%.tl.,r,..'i.'S,. \SJii-- 
W/iinj , "/J s. spectacles ; spy-glass ; 
-.unjipit, spectacles-maker. 

WJiIi nLi,[,ii; tuiih Ituifiuf vn. S. Ui4^' • 
U,^J/^.««-nt./3//iA s. ear-ache. 

\SJini-[^ s. hearth, fire side. 

\]Jlini.i/p , i^Jpliji s. circle, assembly, 
company: banquet, feast:' mattress, 
canopy-bed, sofa ; - p"/»7»t^ ""i*""-/^. to 
assemble, to sit in a circle : to feast 
together. 

W/^u/i, s. thistle. 

ll^ou , /fj , u/j s. furrow ; - ^i-t^ij to 
make a -, to plough. 

\i,^oiiuiplr/i a. furrowed. 

]i,^ouia^lil. a. that ploughs. 

}i,^aM,t->r, A-j/i va. to plough. 

U,'4 inl. oh ! ha ! 

11.4. 1'j/ s. fear, dread, fright, terror; 
- u,p^u,%iru to frighten, to terrify, to 
intimidate ; j'»4/' iVfttrL. i^'^b 4<"/'4'". 
V'z.' to fear, to be seized with alarm; 
uin. m^f, ad. for fear, lest ; - /A^ - , 
with fear, with a timid air. 

U.4'^ ad. behold ! 

<.ui.//4 ad. behold here, there, yonder. 

ll,4<«p£-4 a. terrified, dismayed, thun- 
der-struck ; - uiniit-ij to terrify, to 
frighten, to dismay ;- ^Ai/_, to be frigh- 
tened or dismayed. 

U,4u.pA-4#iL/?/. s. dismay, feax, fright, 
terror. 

l).4«.^^% , f'i.l.j a. terrible, alarming, 
frightful; horrible, hideous, monstrous. 

ad. terribly, frightfully, horribly, atro- 
ciously ; hideously, [hear. 
U.4u<^.«^^^ a. frightful, terrible to 
|],4<u^.<.<ȣ-i,^Y. a. frightful, shocking 
to the sight ; horrible, hideous. 

U.4"'?-'*'"'-/^/"-* «. enormity, atrocity ; 
dreadfulness,hideousness,terribleness, 
feUrfulness. 

lJ>4""V"/""^'"Jf S. Xi.'iliMiturpii/iitij , 

ll.4'"/'4t.r, tjf ; ^tu.^ va. to terrify, 
to affright. 

(],4.u^4#.t_ , u#j a. frightful, horrible, 
awful, terrible. 

ll.4'"/'4"'-/3-^«-% *. terror, dismay, af- 
fright, intimidation. 

M.^aii/ni.j.u'iitir, ni-yf, vo, to terrify, to 
intimidate. 



u.'UU. 

ucl. behold here, there or yonder. 

[|,4i«i.»^,, ,„j a. frightful, alarming, 
terrible. 

MAtuM-npu/iiuiir, lajuif vn. to be terri- 
ble or frightful. , [dreadfully. 

\SAu,i.npiui^liu ad. horribly, fearfully, 

MAiui-npuimhu a. formidable aspect. 

}^i,un.ai,ui,liiy[_ a. ' that shines in a 
frightful manner. ' 

WAiut-npnt-Pilit^, s. enormity ; terri- 
bleness, frightfulness ; majesty, gran- 
deur. 

l].4<»./>/r... , ,flr,iip a. s. S. U,4.»pfr4 , 

\i,4h.ii^, Irlil,, lrk'"3 «• left, on the 
left side : s. the left hand, the left ■^j.u2Jk 
k. jui^hli^, right and left, on both 

O^^-ffi/^ff^ft- a. lefthanded. [sides. 

WAiflit-knii^i s. left, left side. 

Ui-Ji-i'"*' «• that is to the left: *. the 
ninth ancient month of the Armenians : 

a. s. that who is to the left. 

U,4i-.^, [tj a. formidable, terrible. 

y/i/riiytpiup ad. in a formidable man- 
ner, terribly. 

lJ,4A-.^.«»if «^_ a. roaring terribly, ma- 
king an awful noise, loud. 

|],4^Y.i»;(£|riY . \}iiir,iut4i,uM^ a. wonder- 
ful, prodigious, formidable, awful. 

|j,4A-f/', tjp va. to terrify, to inti- 
midate, [ble. 

[|,4/it.i(4j a. frightful, horrible, terri- 

I],4/<<i{/i>^ia^/nj a. that carries its neck 
proudly, spirited (applied to horses). 

\SA"'-p S. 3"'4"«-f» • 

y^i . A» , na S, salt \ — ni^uurli f ni^uut 

uiql, , - ipiphtuij sign of true friendship ; 



' uta-hnt^i 



■ fi-^-iij , comraensality, love ; _ 

- 1 4<»y ni-mlrfj to eat in company, to 
be social, to be convivial. 

\i,,iu,p.nqn% , [. s. grcat coat, surtout, 
cloak, mantle, gown. • [sake. 

OiYuif., ^ «. reason, causOj account, 

]]/^ui^<iii- ad. by reason of; in reason ; 
t/» -I why? for what reason? 

W^iuiptiup^u'ii^ s. vexation, grief. 

y^y/i/^i/'V/t I'lJi^t ^"'W^ »^"''/y» ^""Jf » 'liiMtiy , 

"tihuif^ , "iilriiyg sf. maid-servant, house- 
keeper: female slave; nursery-maid, 
child's maid. [or maid-servant. 

U,^.«/iAu/S^/A a. born of a female slave 



9 U/UI. 

Vtjuflu'iini<if{i s. son of a female slave 
or maid-servant. 

U.t'"M'"«-/?/i«-1'» s. the condition of a 
female slave or maid-servant, domesti- 
city, menial condition. 

\i,q.ui-(i[t a. tender, delicate, young. 

U.t'"^/; *. pi. salt food : the action of 
salting. 

\i^luj/iu,mMii%p s. debauch, debauchery; 
excess; jiaifuiliiumu^iu 4'"""'*^^^ to fall 
into debauchery. 

l],.^.»#^ s. the action of tanning ; j- 
ifiik-u to tan. 

^jnuiijuili, [, s. cry, scream, clamour, 
uproar, alarm, racket, noise, shout: 
scolding: voice; exclamation ;- 4"'/'-. 
/{.uiit-ij to cry, to make a noise, to alarm. 

li,iiui,i,„ljit-tr, /i-j[, vn. to cry, to make 
aloud noise, to halloo, to shout; to 
scold: to make an exclamation. 

^U"'l^3 *• tan-house, tan-pit. 

U,>^u»r, ujj[i va. to grind ; to pound, 
to reduce to powder. 

V.tiu.iriu'ii s. salt-cellar. 

1],t^</y</;»«nc( ajtrt-iF vo. to dcstroy, to 
throw down, to overthrow, to ruin. 

W^ii'tlMup S. ^finlMMip. 

\},iliai/h,i^ a. stray, misled; dissipated, 
absent. 

to stray, to dissipate. 

U.>^<i«/;»^/><-;/b s. wandering, wildness ; 
dissipation. 

XS^iu/bn.uM'in.fi, s. laudanum. 

lJ,»^«»?#y. , nj , »._y s. sect, false doctrine ; 
school, doctrine: magic, charm, en- 
chantment, sorcery. 

\y.itttiiin.utt^np^ , W^uiin^iu^iMtn a. inveu- 
torofaseet. [^un-np. 

\}^liui%tfjui^/ns-^i f \\^liullin.fuulfrui S. Cniei 

of a sect, heresiarch. 

Wjiu/iiii.iui.np s. sectary: magician, 
enchanter, sorcerer. 

U,.^™%ijLt«/', tj/» va. to seduce, to de- 
ceive, to lead into error, to teach a 
false doctrine. 

\i^iuj%^lrit s. dessert. 

s. formule of a sect : amulet, phylacte- 
ry ; heresy. 

\i,,l,./i,Jirj; lrj[, va. to brown, to roast, 
to broil, to toast. 

n.^u'iiJni.m, s. roasting. 

U,,^,//^«,*p s. pi. supplication, prayer. 



orison, entreaty, humble request; 



rlltuu luiiutii, 



luiiutfiuliiu 



Hiiuj , petition. 



\i,,iu-^uZn[, , W^ifui^ili a. suppliant, pe- 
titionary. 

\^,iui^,r, tji[i vna. to supplicate, to 
pray, to conjure. 

l),Y<"<v""""<^!^ *• pl' sympathy, affe- 
ction, tenderness. [ed. 
ll.^u.^niY' *■ brine : a. flagitious, wick- 

Ti^upAiMiii or [i,'i_ lupiufh s. pillar of 
Bait, statue of salt- 

\},,iiiifim •luipL-iT va. to spoil, to deso- 
late, to ruin, to destroy^ 

|],fu.^»i»>!f *. destruction, devasta- 
tion, rain: disparagement, defamation. 

[|/^/^./i£-i/*, tjf va. to besprinkle with 
salt: to spoil, to desolate: to casta 
stain upon, to wound the reputation of, 
to slander, to calumniate. 

V^iS"3ti "• ground, bruised, broken. 

I]^^u><.u>/^ a. spoiled, vitiated, cor- 
rupted, adulterated, tainted, impaired; 
disordered, discomposed, 

U^iuit-iuqt^ir, tjl, va. to spoil, to cor- 
rupt, to adulterate, to taint, to impair, 
to disorder, to discompose, to vitiate. 

H,,iu,i^u,qli^ a. destructive. 

IH^fiut-iaqni-Ppji, g. detcrioratioH, de- 
struction, [form of a dove. 

m.iiuit-'i.iu^tpui a. like a dove, in the 

ly^iultjitujiutif- O. \jitliulJib-Mali . 

dealer in doves or pigeons. 

}].quMi-%tui/i , %uiilt, liuMg s. a young 
pigeon; pigeon. 

|],y<uiJi^ , iit-y , %/ij , %lr,u^ s. dove, pi- 
geon; lUypt -> stock-dove, wood-pi- 
geon, wild pigeon. 

lJ.Ymii/.x* s, vervain. [dove-cot. 

llY_™i.%nj*. dove-house, pigeon-house, 

ll'iF' "S' ta *• excrement, dung, 
faeces; muck, manure ;- w^i.ot/A-^, to 
manure, to muck. 

\S^p.uM^njm s. muck-heap, dung-hill. 

l],^fu«7»>j s. privy : sink. [tious. 

\\,,l_p,ir,ik'i> a. excremental, excremen- 

lJ,,^pt.r, tj/, vn. to go to stool, to 
dung : va. to dung, to manure. 

\S,ip.lrpuipjup ad. like a fountain, 
fluently ; abundantly, copiously. 



10 u.ajb 

or \\^ljihpuil,% , u.^,u%, inM-%p t. spring 
of water, source, fountain. 

l],.^pt^«>4>>u a. flowing like a foun- 
tain, fluent, streaming ; copious, a- 
bundant. 

yS^if^hpu/iiuiir, luguti vn. to flow as a 
fountain, to stream; to abound. 

'Unjilrpiuqni-jui'blrJ', ni-gll VO. tO makO 

to flow as a fountain, to make to flow 
or gush out; to pour forth abundantly. 

n^uptt-p , £-i.u>y s.fl. excrement, dung ; 
muck, manure ; filth ; place for the re- 
ception of all filth. 

U.,^p/,«^, 0^y.^.-«^ s.pl. sweepings, 
filth. 8. U^ipt.,p. 

M^l^lti-p or \S^p.lri.p , ptrpj , ptpu.j S, 

fountain, source, spring, brook ; origin. 

]i,ilji[it-pujpiap S. \i,'l^t-piupiiip. 

\it'ij^l"-p"''f"^'^ S. ^Xq^ii-pf'tttitirj etc. 
U.'U>''«' a. slovenly, dirty, filthy, 
nasty. 

llf^n/Tu.^ «. saltpetre, nitre. 

Xit'ip'i'"'" S. Iw/4r4""n" 

Xjjilrl^iupit B, ^h-qtul^iuph-, 

\Sjik^iik-L S. M^ikkk-L- [sharp. 






uMpirp f 



U,^t4u/.r a. salted, brackish, pungent, 
»J»'Z^Y?' ' ^Yf"^' » 'p"-^i^ » 'u"^3 *• bow : 
arc of a circle, arch ; - iy^if j • rain- 
bow; <5y/» ""^t-Yf"*, archer, [ver. 

U,Yi-Y%u.Jt a. arched, bent in form 
of a bow. 

W.^^iuii-np s. archer : Sagittarius. 
}i^lhi^iMai-wipni-P-f,ii, s. archery. 

\}.itirintMtpc-p t \}^iia-inui/p t 

etc. 

H^ltpu , l-g s. supplication, petition, 
deprecation, entreaty ; - u,pl[u/iiiri_, j- 

iluiin^t^t — diuinni-ju/lilr^ tO SUpplicate, 

to implore, to pray, to request. 

}A,iit-paiM,pu,% g. suppliant ; flattering, 
adulator. [to pray. 

y^ltpuuipm'iit-ir, tj^ va. to supplicate, 

\i^it-puiiipuA,nt-P[,i.i s, supplication, 
entreaty, instance. 

\i,lt-puu,fl,p s. written entreaty, pe- 
tition, memorial. 

W^putuil, , W^puiuf^j a, full of sup- 
plication, suppliant. 

U,</V"'"V *• P'- supplication, peti- 
tion ; ^tp •"•{/•■puuj'iiiuj S. U^it-puuif^p . 



'*if*/'"'"/'4"'- ' ""3 f- suppliant. 

Wtflfrput-ir, *-jf va. to supplicate, to 
implore, to entreat, to petition. 

\i,'l^mt. now I now thenl come onl 

V^l^pt-Ji a. gray-haired ; S. W^ikP-m.^ . 

*ft'/4^«'^' a. bursten, hernious, rup- 
tured. 

aM^lkP-uM^ni-P-^iii s. hernia. 

M^lk/uiap^, ]i^[unpnil_a. pitiable, wor- 
thy of compassion : afflicted with grief; 
heart-breaking. 

\\flk^.wui , [, s. truss, bandage. 

Xf^l^^tum ; ft s. distaff. 

M^lk\lri, a. eating bowels, that eats 
its young: cruel, barbarous, inhuma.n, 
deToid of pity. 

\i.q^ik%_ a. pitiable: afflicted with 
grief. 

Ui/^^-^/i^iir, t-gtMi vn. to yearn with 
compassion, to be compassionate. 

Wy^jinuinp a. pitiable, that excites 
compassion. 

^A^juipinup a. well-chorded, well-tu- 
ned: adapted, suitable. 

M\^nt , t-mly s. misfortune, misery, 
evil,, calamity, disaster j »■/. wiitrm^^u , 
alas ! oh how unfortunate I am ! 

HyflkmiiM^nir , \S^uiiui-a[i u. fatal, calami- 
tous, bringing evil, disastrous, grie- 
vous, mournful; full of misery, piteous, 
exciting pity. 

U.lP->"pp S. U,p"ntiMpp . 

11,^ ; ufi^^ny a, salt, saline, brackish ; 
S. ILilip. 

ftf^izf, uiijTip sf. prostitute, whore. 

X^nqnpir a. miserable, pitiable, un- 
fortunate, calamitous, grievous. 

|],y/".« , rrj s. brick ; tile. 

Xi^fltM^mi-npit s. brick-maker. 

W^itt-iiuin-nph-ni-PliiX s, the employ- 
ment, the art of making bricks. 

O^x-'ooi^ , '"J s. little brick: tablet: 
draught-board : arithmetical table, log- 
arithm. \^uuiif.npirnt-PliLii. 

1],^<.««Y'^<». s. brick-maker. 

li^it^t-iy a. made of brick, brick. 

]J,,^/,t.ȣ-.r, tj^ va. to floor with tiles ; 
to imitate brick. 

|]^^j^, uiiilnuj s. pi. bowels, guts; 
tripe, garbage ; intestines, entrails : 
strings, chords ; [un-n^lfii - l<j; I have pity, 
compassion ; npn-ft ui^m^ , well loved 
son. 



^ib- , ta *■ buckle, ring : button : lock : 
baggage, equipage : goods and chattels. 

\SfiluHM,iluhir, hgli va. to join together, 
to chain, to fasten, to buckle : to but- 
ton: to lock. 

\i,ijluiairuM,i^ , [i , Xiffiuuiiruiq^t-iaj s. mo- 
veables, goods, effects, commodities. 

\i.il^uM„,p„j^ a. rude, barbarous, 
coarse, uncivilized, gross : that has a 
disagreeable sound. 

Ij^i/ainr, h^J, va. to lock, to fasten, to 
enclose, to shut up ; to stop or close up : 
to button. 

\S^lp-u,uil„ib- a. unchaste, lascivious. 

lA^iuui^n..pi„Xs. unchastity, lewd- 
ness. 

\i^ip-iruMi_ a. salted. 

\S.'ik""iii '"3 a. destitute, indigent, 
poor, necessitous. 

U.'i4""z4"'-'*^'-'^ j5. indigence, destitu- 
tion, poverty, beggarliness. 

M^'i^t-p s. sardel, sardine. 

U.?4/'"*'' »"jr *• kingfisher: halcyon. 

W,>[2CiMiu„M,p.u/i, s. idle talker, chatterer, 
prattler, babbler. 

\^iTCiamuMpjM/hh,r, h-gfi VU, to talk BX- 

travagantly, to chatter, to prattle, to 
be tedious in conversation. 

\S^i7C,uuwu,p.m%n^p-lttX s. talkativoness, 
loquacity, garrulity. 

HtfTi'iu.nu/iip s.pl, idle words, frivolous 
discourse^ chitchat, nonsense: S. U^^_ 

"ZMUinuiptuliiwK-P-hiJg . 

Wji^uiinl-j; frjuy vn, to grow childish, 
to dote, to rave, to talk nonsense; to 
stagger, to reel, to waver ; «»»^u.mt«f^ 
irt-p , garrulous and decrepit old man. 

lJ.y2rt»,»^^a.*. loquacious, chattering, 
prating: putting into disorder, that 
spoils, ruinous, that causes the loss of 
reputation. [of confusion. 

|],yv/i^.<.^j a. tumultuous, noisy, full 

H,liHiy,,j^, Xi^pHiua^p a. mutinous, 
seditious, turbulent, inclined to excite 
sedition. 

W^^hj; Irgf, va. to trouble, to dis- 
quiet ; to alarm ; to put into disorder, 
to jumble, to mix, to confound. 

\j^fi///n>-P-[iL% S. IJ.'lff"'-^' 

]J,,p/hi-^, iiiili, Jiiuig s. alarm, noise, 
uproar,'tumult, bustle; squabble, fray, 
scuffle^ broil, quarrel, contest; disor- 
der, confusion; clamour, riot, rising, 
sedition, revolt, revolution; plot, in-r 

trigUe ; — jiupnu^uMbir^ iutulih-i_i juipnL.^ 

It 



0.^8 

jull,hi_-u^nP-li^ , -„jnL.qlri_, tO trOUblO, 

to disturb, to alarm, to embroil, to 
excite to mutiny or sedition ; tiu„fjjfu,i- 
iVhti, to be troubled, in confusion, agi- 
tated, embroiled. " 

llyn.- a. soft, sweet, agreeable, affa- 
ble ; delicious, tender, delicate : kna- 
vish, dodge. 

U,/^n^»<>/:u^ s. soft hair, down ; hair. 

U/^#.«.u/^, '^,fni-m2bk «•»' half-witted, a- 
pish, trifling, silly, that plays the fool: 
ninny, simpleton. 

U,^..,«^L/3f t.i *. silliness, buffoone- 
ry, foolery, low jesting. _ [crafty. 

'^fnL-lruiap.uipy U' cunnlng, artful, 

Ti^ini-kuujguii- s. alopecy, fox-evil. 

ll<^n«.4-ut%/' > *• skin of a fox, fox- 
case. 

lJ,Y^«-t" t t-huni-g S. fox ; linplii^t ni^ 
i/ni-lruni-, foX'S Cub. 

\\,,ini-P-lii% s. saltness, 

ll/^«-4"'j4' ' sl'S *• ?'• lent. 

JJ^i-tCui^ , ft s. rock-salt. 
' W^qn^ig , nJiij s. pi. bitterness, grief, 
trouble: crime. 

y^iai-n^p-liM-i s. sweetness, insinua- 
tion : knavery, craft. 

\}j^t-niy f U/^ui^f , niriuq S, Sllp, Cut- 
ting ( tO plant), layer. 

O.YfV'"/' *• collyrium, eye-salve. 

V.-gu'J'iitl'^- a. dark, obscure, gloo- 
my, black. [rity. 

\l,,giiiiihi-,i2_, ir,g_l, s. darkness, obscu- 

Vig.l-i'B"'-''ie> 4-"% sf. maid, girl, 
virgin : chamber-maid, female servant ; 
nursery-maid, child's maid. 

\lfgli"l'i[' s. bastard. 

|J^fi£_^ s, brine ; the action of salt- 
ing in brine. 

13^1,11, «/, fj s. grease, scurf, stain, 
grease-spot, dirt, impurity: sweat: 
saltness : after-birth ; 6-"^ ""i;"l'j • aalt- 
marsh. 

salt, saline, brackish. 

l],>^<u/^i»n<-4.^ *. pi. salt-mine. 

W^nk-iiu/buiir, uMgiy vn. to be stained 
or soiled, to grow greasy or dirty. 

U,y<»/r>^u/»4^^ a. that likes filth or dirt. 

A_j/i va. to soil, to dirty, to stain, to 
besmear with filth or grease, to befoul, 
to bedaub, to sully, to tarnish, to 
grease. 
D.-£»i£-/^^ a. soiled, dirtied, spotted, 



j2 msi 

befouled, stained : impure, filthy, &b~ 
scene ; greasy, muddy, mucky, nasty, 
dirty. 

U^iyit-iini-Pf s. greasiness, dirtiness, 
foulaess, stain, impurity: turpitude, 
excess: sweepings; excrement; mm^ 
uiqintrifiit-P-truri , prfvy, necessaFy; «»_ 
%oP- MM„imlr^M-Phu/h, chamber-pot or 
-utensil. [water. 

\\,qm(,cp s. marsh, swamp of stagnant 

y^nump s. sumach-tree : sumach. 

^•is'^ii 1 1 !• salad. 

i\jigu,i.np a. miserable, wretched, sor- 
rowful; raging, violent. [sery. 

\]jl^u,t.npnL.pi,Jb g. wretchedness, mi- 

U/^.^ > sta ^-pt- evil, misery, grief, pain. 

U^^ufo. , u/j s.a. beggar, mendicant, 
pauper ; poor, indigent, needy, neces- 
sitous, miserable, beggarly. 

D,c^u#<»<«fE«Y> ad. poorly, beggarly, 
like a beggar. 

W^l^uMmuiliirpnt-P-liti s. act of spoiling 
the poor, extortion of the poor. 

\\,ii^iiiMniM,i^m a. of poor abilities, 
weak, foolish, imbecile. 

]],^/u«iuit>u»r, urjuy vn. to grow, to 
get poor, to render one's self poor, to 
become impoverished. 

U^^iMiMauiiiaj s. poor-house, alms- 
house, hospital for the poor. 

U/^u#inu>?j^ s.pl. poverty. 

U.'/^P"'""""'^^ a. that loves the poor, 
charitable. 

\i^i^mMiiiiiuppnt-P-li£.% s. love of the 
poor, charity. [uncharitable. 

\i,ii^iMiii,MiiMnt-uij a. that hates the poor, 

\Sjl^iiimuimlrjni-P-liiii s. hatred av- 
version to the poor. [poverish. 

[y^j^'ifuiMMinnM^u^ih-aTt arrc-9^ V(l. tO im- 

U.Y;^"""^4 «•*• rather poor, poor. 

\j,y!iiim[>MlLiuMm , Wt'i^uimpMlTiMj a. poor 

in understanding, shallow, empty, 

witless. [contemptible. 

\i,ii^,u,„pi, a. poor, sorry, pitiful, vile, 
\i//^iua,n,.p-l,Li, s. poverty, indigence, 

beggary, want, necessity, penury : 

meanness. 

U,il^utinu[iitnL.P-l, S. My'l^tumuiulipni-Pf. 
li^'l^uimop^'jt S. Ji^tl^ujuwuMpiup • 

O.'tP"'/' s. mineral salt. 
n.'loP-uif^pf, s.pl. prayer-book. 
l),yo/?«/(u>% a. of or belonging to pray- 
ers : s. that prays to God. 

U,.^o/?4/r^ s, that prays to God; a, sup- 
pliant. 



llt'^""'"""aj "• ^^^^ prays to God, 
that addresses his prayers to Q-od: 
8. prayer-book. 

V^PuM^nj s. chapel, house of prayer. 

\i,>lop,„%ni^f, a. that offers up his 
prayers to God; suppliant. 

U,-loP-uial^fr a. that lo'sres prayers. 

U,^/?u>»fni_% s. chapel, place of prayer. 

V^loP-MapMoi, s. small chapel, chapel. 

]]L'£>^'<V<»/' a. s. that prays to God ; 
that addresses God in prayer. 

\i^loP-ir,r, tr^Ji vn. to pray, to address 
one's self to God in prayer : to suppli- 
cate ; to intercede. 

W^fop-iiis-uip , etc. S. \i^iop-aif[t-^ , etc. 

U-Yp/Stp I P-l'j *■?'■ prayer, orison, sup- 
plication ; Mtj^p-u mit^ih-^ i^u^ifuhf J"*^ 

H^"'> I'j a- obscure, dull, dim, clou- 
dy, dark, hidden, -without lustre ; taw- 
ny; wan: feeble, indistinct, small; - 
/»i/", darkness visible, glimmer, faint 

catch a glimpse of, to see indistinctly, 
to blink. [distinctly, dimly. 

ILtouiio^..^ arf, obscurely, darkly, in- 

lb^<»>«f.ny% o. more obscure or dim; 
very smallor feeble. 

[Lfo»i<<>.;<<>/>. a. having a feeble voice. 

lL^o«i<^2r«.2(u%^ a. having a very fee- 
ble light. 

UL'^oinio^aMr, la^uy vfi. to grow dim, to 
become obscure, to grow dark; to 
grow tarnished, to lose its lustre or po- 
lish: to grow feeble, to, be diminished. 

H^muyni-guAt-^r, nt-y[iVCl. tO obsCUrO, 

to cloud, to diminish the splendour of 
any thing or person, to ee],ipse, to ex- 
tinguish ; to tarnish, to sully, to take 
away the polish from any thing : to 
slander : to enfeeble, to debilitate, to 
diminish. 

n^fouin^^f s. obscureness, darkness. 

n^/op^uiuJi, s, miller. 

^i^pt ' I"-'!/ < /''^"c? *• iJii^l • ^^'8 teeth 
called grinders ; - At-n-mj , hand-mill. 
ttx* *. growth: S. U^«.-ift. 
UXiu^ s. bot. senna. 

y^foofiof £-<r, frj^ vna. to make haste, 
to use diligence ; to forward, to hasten, 
to press or push forward ; to prevent, 
to anticipate, to get the start. 

li^mn. , iiij s. cartilage, gristle : soap : 
S. OtCio/i.. [ginous. 

H^ittiLiaufttiuti \i^iait.ta>ifli%ij- (I, cartila- 



U,2rt.r, tjp vn. to grow, to increase, 
to be augmented, to grow tall or stout: 
to make progress : to vegetate, to 
sprout, to come up ; to be multiplied^ 
bo be heightened, to grow upon or out 
of: to grow dear. 

1],2(%2<»(«.'/< , nfiilrju,^!^ a. vegetable, 
vegetative. [getation. 

UatyniA a. grown, augmented. 

ll,2fflrj„«-3u.V/i-.r, ni-jiP va. to increase, 
to make to grow, to augment, to en- 
large, to heighten, to make stout, to 
multiply ; to exaggerate ; to make dear, 
to raise the price of. 

llaTt-jni-jf^ a.s. that makes to grow 
or increases, augmentative: increaser. 

D,2<f tS/ ,[•, n/ s. ashes ; j- tf.iajiint^ia:, 
"iilri^ ,]_uiu,Itij to reduce to ashes. 

yS^ti^itulnun^i a. mixed with ashes, 
dirtied. [to ashes. 

\S;!(l,Li,iujn,-guihirJ', ^nt-^Jt vu, to rcduce 

Xi^niiMuliu/lint-li I W^ii^t-^li S. XfpCitL^Ub * 

W;!CnLjib s. growth, augmentation, in- 
crease, enlargement, progress, extent 
sion, amplification, multiplication; e- 
xaggeration; augment: vegetation. 

U.a'n'A S. 0,a*%'"*- [branches. 

UX"«-'5'/«»a?«-'/_ a. bushy, thick, full of 

1],2Ci2<<>^»^ , «-j s. juggler; conjurer. 

]i\.TCui.upu.i.n,.pi.i-% s. juggle, juggling. 

U,ani.piy. s. public sale, auction : u»^_ 
liu/i,irf_ e,u/blri_ J- , to sell by auction. 

U,./*, u/t/ s. year ; «"«^ unl^ , — jmJlr , — 
gum «iJ5- , yearly, annually, a year, e- 
very year; jwJk l^u, the following 
year, the year after ; jinn-utftk-y -f- > 
next ye»ar ; juAjt^fni-ir -/. , last year ; 
^afu - , jiyuiT -l<, this year ; ^-li nq^nft' < 
all the year ; 't 4!rpt ky" -t'>' • towards 
the end of the year. 

JUtJ^uqiHt s. amazon. 

li./;»^t.^f L^ s. horn of plenty. 

]ii^r,air, uijl, va. to pour out, to empty, 
to discharge ; to cast forth or emit. 

\S^iyu.i^iu,li a. deserted, uninhabi- 
ted; solitary. 

XifTui/uM'iiui.r, lujiaj vn. to become de- 
sert, to be uninhabited or uninhabi- 
table. 

\^iyu,gni-gu/i,hj; nt-i/fw Vtt, tO dOVa- 

state, to deprive, to spoil. 
l],./uyA:«r, >j/. va, to pour out, to emp- 



ty ; to collect together ; S. M^uiitiT; - 
ituip[>(t j,jMiii , to colour the eyes with 
prepared antimony. 

IIj;»,/. a. desert, uninhabited, deser- 
ted, uninhabitable, solitary, uncultiva- 
ted, desolate. 

\S^.yni^l,,i, s. solitude : desolation, 
depopulation ; abandonment. 

VL^iA, nj s. vase, vessel, pot; bag, 
sack, purse, cloak-bag; n,n^j-, shoe. 

}i,ini,^iu,i s. time ; time or measure in 
music; S. J>u///i/i«/4 . 

V^u/iilrj; irjP va. to put in a vessel 
or bag, to bag. 

|]//u<%n^, nfiiys. DBw year J mA «/_ 
•Tm'iinpuij , new-year's day. 

l),./Xo^t.r, i-j/, vn. to be ashamed, to 
blush with shame, to be confounded. 

M^iTiu^^nL.giu'blrJ', nL-j[t VU. tO mako 

ashamed. 

l|y^n.%, uipuiu, pntii^ s. summer. 

}i,inuiiSiuii/hL.Mn s. beginning of summer. 

l],i/L.ni.<«y/>%, 1],i/;</^>Ay^'// a. of or belon- 
ging to summer : s. summer-time ; «#.fiu, 
piybft , uij'aipm'ii^ , in summer-time, du- 
ring summer. 

^S^uipui'iin^ s, a summer-residence, 
summer-house, summer-quarters. 

\j^nnpuMUinu/b t {itffuiptuuutniJ/ D. Ui'/it" 
ovn 



rpuJiiinmil i yi^uipi 
putbna • 

Hi^rpuiniiutih^ s. pi. lever, a piece of 
wood to raise or move any burden. 

W^iTpjun^iMiMr, putpJli va. to raise, to 
raise up, to take up, to heighten, to 
lift up. 

H^uin-iiuiT, putpjia/ vn. to rise, to get 
up, to go up, to ascend. 

1i^pMi,u,Mu% s. accuser, informer, 
plaintiff, complainant, prosecutor. 

\f,,/paiuinu/i,ttr, tyf VU. tO aOCUSB, tO 

inform against, to charge, to complain 
against : to plead guilty, to confess. 

U.yj..«umuA/i<-/?/7 s. accusation, com- 
plaint, information, action ; imputation. 

Ji^/piup s. provision : S. 2, «"«'?""/» • 

^^IfLtuputltna Q. 7iuilp.uiputlinq . 

\S,irp.uipirJ', tj[, va. to provide, to 
store : S. ^uiJp.u/rt./'. 

ungodly, impious, irreligious, sacrile- 
gious, unholy, unrighteous, profane, 
extremely wicked, flagitious. 

U,./p«.fi4u/L«,a", fj a. proud, haughty, 
presumptuous, arrogant. 

WtJpmp'imi.uiTa-ir, tjf vn' to grow 



i4 D-ITP 

proud, to grow arrogant^ to be pre- 
sumptuous. 

\^Jp.,upi,iui-U,'2tlr^nt-^u,'bhJ', nt-t/l' Vtt. to 

make proud, to render arrogant, to 
cause te be presumptuous. 

U,'/p'»/»4«"-"'^"'-'^f *• presumptuous, 
ness, haughtiness, pride, arrogance. 

Ut/rpuipJtn-JB' *• elevation, exaltation : 
advancement, promotion. 

\i,irpaip^iiu>pwp ad. impiously ; irreli- 
giously, ungodlily, sacrilegiously, un- 
righteously, profanely. 

\i,,/p,i,p^»wi-ni a. impious, irreligious, 
unrighteous, profane- 

W^i/piup^nu/iiujiri uj^uif , li^rpiMpimkiT, 
hguy vn. to be irreligious, to be ungod- 
ly, to be sacrilegious, to be profane, 
to be impious or unrighteous. 

M/rputpi^-M-Pt'^ «• impiety, irreli- 
gion, ungodliness, iniquity, unrigh- 
teousness, profaneness, wickedness, 
flagitiousness. 

\i^pu,p„Lifi. s. victualling, supply. 

\i,jpMupu,-M>li , u»j s. bank, dam, dike, 
mound; beach, strand, bank of a river; 
mole, pier ; tower. 

\ypu,pm.ui-u/b a. proud, haughty, 
stiff, high, arrogant, vain, conceited, 
presumptuous ; -» ad. haughtily, proud- 
ly, highly. 



ll'/f 



^puip 



UinUtMUL 



uim^uiia. haughty, proud. 
a. that hates 



\}^lSpUMpUltlMt-UJUlUUlk-Utq 

the proud. 
\}j/piijpinuiM.ii/iipir, hguij tm. to be proud, 

haughty, presumptuous- 

}i,,/puipu,uiM-uAaMj?^ti, S' pride, haugh- 
tiness, arrogance, presumptuousness- 

U,i/p/.6- , p&-^ , pirMuj a. unsoiled, clean, 
neat; immaculate, spotless, pure, inno- 
cent, honest, just. 

U,iyp/r»A , lijf!»A s. pulpit. 

I].i/p6-nt./?ft>. s. cleanliness, purity, 
integrity, honesty, probity. 

W.tTpnlu , nj, Ij s. mob, riotous assem- 
bly, bear-garden ; crowd, multitude ; 
rabble, populace, the vulgar; riot, tu- 
mult; a. tumultuous. 

]i,irpnpiu,il,j a. turbulent, riotous, se- 
ditious; crowded, thronged, full of 
people. 

\]^rpn[„irir, tyf, va- to crowd ; to em- 
broil, to put in confusion, to disturb ; 
to stir up or excite to sedition. 

U,i/po^//.r, i-j.uy vn. to be in confu- 
sion; to be embroiled, disturbed, to 
riot, to be in commotion. 



lurb 1 

XUpitfint-PliLiis. perturbation; com- 
motion. 

t),</p/i^»ijffi *. turbulence, disorder, 
confusion, perturbation' 

H^lpn^ S' finishing ; j- n-npit-npi J-ui_ 
tTuAhi^, to attain one's end or object, to 
complete, to bring to a conclusion. 

\^^P"•|2J /'J a- entire, complete ; whole, 
total ; neat, perfect, exact. 

ySjirpni^u^ufiia. integral. 

yStfip-niiiiuiiunT, uiguij. vti. to bo au in- 
teger ; to be entire or perfect. 

U^ni^uuiku ad- entirely, completely, 
wholly, totally. 

yi^ni^^nt-gu/btiT, rit-^Ji va, to make 
whole, entire, to complete, to perfect. 

lJtf>Fn'i&"-/*F s. entire state, totality, 
completeneiss, whole ; accomplishment. 

Ili/fr/3- a. strong, firm, solid, massive. 

iS.Jh-p-nu , n^p-pM-uuinu s. amcthyst ; 
granite. [intrepidly. 

n^L-^uipuip ad' furiously, audaciously, 

D.i/t4A-.r, frj/i vna, to become wild, to 
be unruly; to make ferocious, ungo- 
vernable- 

\i,Jt.ip o. fierce, ferocious, savage, 
wild, unruly, untameable ; raging, fu- 
rious, [savageness ; fury. 

\J,Jtiin,-P^[,ub s. ferocity, fierceness, 

llJti S. ftJ^t, and D.Jt*™/ii. 

ml-i a. very pious, religious, devout. 

WjJtiiutpuipp o. all-bountifulj super- 
■ excellent, most excellent, best. 

H^ttiuipuipM-np a. ad. very good, best, 
very excellent: very well, excellently, 
exceedingly well. 

D^liufpcA/i^ a. curing all diseases. 

H^ir'iiuipuii-iu^u/i, a. all-suificient, om- 
nipotent. 

]j^t%uiqlr,i_, Ti.i/t^iuii-lrqt-j^ti a. vory 
pretty, very handsome, charming, yery 
genteel ; extremely agreeable, most 
beautiful. [all-wise. 

l],>/t%u>fjtoi «. omniscient, most wise, 

l^i£%ui^/3^u>6- a. most merciful, most 
compassionate, most kind, most tender. 

praise-worthy, very laudable, most 
commendable. 

X^jh'iiuiif.J-'iiii.uili, ^Ji/iiinn.J^iyujj a. ve- 
ry hard, burdensome, very trouble- 
some, severe. 



8 IllTb 

%u,^,.fu,mh^ a. very difficult, grievous, 
rigid. 

UJJ£^>/<«f./rjf Jhe,lrufij s. pantheon. 

'^jy'iiu.^uMuu, a. very vigilant, watch- 
ful, diligent : very sober, moderate, 
most temperate. 

U.i/tt>i»fn.-u.^2(' a. very amusing, full 
of pleasure. 

^^eiuuifop a. omnipotent, all-suffi- 
cient; most powerful, very strong. 

'^ih'buiqofiai-P-li.Si, s. omnipotence. 

'^dh'tnup-uMif-ui^np s. king of the uni- 
verse, the Creator. 

, U^iio/32»..u.fi. a. very unfortunate, 
most miserable, most calamitous. 

\\,Jlr'i„uJ-niinil_ u. of general assembly. 

I].<&%uYu>c. a. best, finest, choicest, 
most exquisite; excellent, worthiest. 

[i^t%uif,i%ujir a. that takes care of all 
his creatures, all-provident. 

]i,Jlr%,uifMM,/u a. all-consuming. 

U.Jffc«4u.^a. preserving or governing 
all things, omnipotent, all-powerful. 

'\S^Jh%uMliu,[nL.p-l,Ji, s- omnipotency. 

\i,i/t-%uiiliuiuiiui, a, all-perfect; very 
perfect. [tent, all-powerful. 

W^ieiiuiliiiip , Ti^/i-im^utpnq^ u. omulpo- 

H,Ji-i,i,^tj„jj a. that saves all; all- 
preserving, [pleasant. 

\J.Jti.„^u,7Cy a. most agreeable, very 

U,</t?/,^4u>ir a. very savoury, very 
highseasoned, most delicious. 

\i.Ji-%u,^uifi-iuj a. all-seeing. 

lijt*™4«y/. s. father of all men, the 
Creator. 

}ii,Jlr%,u^u,pa,.am tt. vcry wcalthy, very 
rich, very opulent. [peaceable. 

U,Jttia.4t^ o. mildest, very gentle or 

\i^Jt'u,„i,lr^„ a. easiest, very light or 
easy. 

\S.,li/i,u,ifi,u,p a- very ingenious, very 
artful, very dexterous, skilful, most 
able. 

U,Jti/u4p«»j_ a. most miraculous, very 
prodigious, wonderful, amazing, asto- 
nishing, [certain. 

\\,lk%,uT<^.u[,l„n a. most true, very 

\^Jl/iiu.Jh,i^ a. very sinful, most cri- 
minal ; s. great sinner. 

\^l/bmj.u,iP a. all-conquering, sub- 
duing all enemies, very victorious, that 
gains the advantage always. 

\^%a,j% , ^j a.s. all, total, whole ; 
each, every : all, every thing ; - rwp, e- 
very one; who ever, whosoever, what- 



aiTb 

ever, whatsoever ; - ^i^, every thing, 
whatever ; uiJlr%u,/i,l,L. , juiJl/i„y'i,l, , al- 
together, entirely, quite ; - nM.u,nkp , 
from all sides, from all parts ; - m-ph^ , 
ffb^-,nk:,itu, every where, in all places; 
i^l'^ifii - , all the night ; j- lai-n^pu , e- 
very day ; ju.,i.ml^ ^u,% ^- , before all ; 
jtri" -/> t after all ; uiuimpututn i^§hi —A , 
to be ready for every thing;/. i\L-p ^u/t 
t" ■ above all or every thing. 

prompt, very willing, very eager, very 
ready, very much inclined, very well 
disposed, very diligent. [little. 

U.iK^iui'iini-ui^a. least, smallest, very 

]J,Jti,u,'i,nL.^ofi a. very sweet, very sa- 
voury, very good, very delicate. 

llJlr'iito^u.p a. worst, very bad; very 
wicked, very malicious, execrable, abo- 
minable. 

\\,Jt%iuuiii,fh;aa. a. very bright, very 
clear, very shining ; very splendid, very 
illustrious: most honourable, right ho- 
nourable'. 

\\,Jir%a,ufuim[,fi a. Very deceitful, very 
fraudulent, very knavish, very roguish. 

\i,Jlri,„uiu„alii. a. very venerable, very 
respectable, very estimable: right or 
most reverend: most honourable. 

\i,Jir%uiui,itmpii,i,ui a, very well prepa- 
red, quite ready. 

that gives to all, generous, liberal: 
given to all. 

ll'**«'.Y«"/»4*2^" **• very modest. 

^i^Jh'hu•u^u,p,„ a. much obliged, much 
indebted. 

1i,Jb%u,uil,,ih a. very unclean, most 
impure, execrable, detestable. 

W,Jt%u.u(na:j,l,fi a.s. notoriously prosti- 
tute, abandoned to prostitution. 

n.Jt'ii.iin.^m a. very abundant, most 
plentiful ; very generous, most liberal. 

U.>/A-%u,„„t.^^ a. holiest, very sacred, 
very holy ; - or «. Jt*™„^p„i_4/, Xiyu , 
the very holy Virgin. 

Jh%u.uu,hqit„,l^ a. that has created all 
things, all-creating, omnipotent. 

|],Jt>/u.u^^i_„. a. diffused every where, 
spread far and wide, very extensive. 

\^i:'i>u,u^iu%^ a. most wonderful, very 
admirable. 

0''**""'fe'y%'«-i a. most becoming, 
decent, suitable, appropriate, very con- 
venient. 



IS^'uu.^ipuM'i.a, most perplexed, very 
anxious, very embarrassed; very irre- 
solute, full of inquietude. 

\S^i/i„um.„pu,i)- a. diffused every whe- 
re, very extensive, most ample. 

W.iihr'iiu.uih'bi^ a. most desirable : most 
desirous. 

\S,JfbuMmlru a. all-seeing, 

]i,Jir'i,u,mhuni-f_ a. all-watchful, that 
superintends all things. 

\i,Jk%mmkp s. the Lord or Creator of 
all things. [all-creating. 

\S,Jk%,apu,p a. that has made all things, 

\\,jei„ui,nL.hu,n a. very skilful, inge- 
nious ; very instructive ; most wise. 

\i^lr%u,^„ijl_ a. most shining, bright* 
est, very bright, resplendent, shiny, . 
glittering, blazing or beamy. 

W^Jhi.ui^-u.liu.^hih a. very much to be 
wished, most desirable. 

\i^Jh%,a,fpliPi_ s. saviour of all. 

\i,Ji/i.Ll.,n^, O.Jti./.-l.i ad. not at all, by 
no means, no wise, not in the least : 
quite, wholly, totally, entirely. 

]i,Jt%lrpuMhIru,% , l],</£^<£yi£,«iE,^^ a. mOSt 

blessed. 

\\Jt^.lri,2^%^i a. very happy. 

all men, all persons, every body, as 
many as, whoevei*. 

W^iH/bfttHuum a. most wise, - scienti- 
fic, - learned. [universe. 

'\i,Jlr%l,^t,iM.'i, s. prince or master of the 

\i,Jii%„qnptr a. very merciful. 

\\^/ir%aM.%ai^ , W^iniiiuM^ a. Containing 
all : most capacious. 

op/^kiihi a. most blessed. 

U.Ji^l , Jh^lg a. S. ^Afieuuyu ; ad. amen, 
so be it, verily, truly, certainly, positi- 
vely. 

Ij../^^ , Jill, sm. he-kid. 

liJftTC, iT^y s. dainty, daintiness. 

U^u , •/«<"/ . iiut-uA , tiunj s. month ; 

— jiuJuy , uiJuy atJunf , eVCry — : utfLiM^ 

£/.■*. op uMj-uy , the first day of the - ; /I 
"ktif^ "••Tutrut'i, , the beginning of the -; 
(• 4irp2^ u,Ji,„i , the end of the - ; /I 'J^g^ 
iiyu miTuirmb, towatds tho middle of 
the - . 



iwrn 



17 



IMTI 



THE ARMENIAN ANCIENT AND MODERN MONTHS 



1 \^U»L.IUUU»piL 30 


H \}t€-i^flt/UI/IU 


August 


2 2,""^^ 


30 


9 \j&iiiuifi- 


/^t./ « 


September 


3 l|<"4«? 


30 


10 l^„liu,lr,rphp 


October 


4 Spt 


30 


11 ll5,t.yfi/ 


"/» 


November 


5 ^u#f«frg 


30 


12 'V^^i^u'^'^A^^ 


December 


G \i,puij 


30 


1 ^rT<J///r (-<£/» 


January 


7 ITi^tia,?, 


30 


2 ^Irutnni-tun 


February 


8 U.^t.f 


30 


o y uifiuM 




March 


9 U.4fr//»>. 


30 


'i yui'i-L. 




April 


to \y.^i,lrp[, 


30 


s ir*^^" 




May 


11 U tiina.uia 


30 


o XjnKjj^ia 




June 


12 2,P"'"l'S 


30 


' 3"'-f/'«» 




July 


Di«-*'/*''"j 


5 






Epagomenes 



'y • 1'3 *• fcnight ; sir, ' esquire, 
master. 

V^ipiuuilrin S' caliph. 

U,>i^«6-/f1'/ a. born of a barren woman. 

y^QuAutir, if^Miif vn. to be or become 
barren. 

V^pq-P s. soujof a barren woman; 
St. John-Baptist. 

n^/inM-P-^tA s. sterility, infecundity, 
barrenness. 

U^jru.% , /. s. great coat, riding-coat 
or hood, cloak. [couple. 

V^l"ij isi < U^'tp • u^a *• yoke : pair, 

^'"Uftl'L. *• ham-string, tendon of the 
ham. 

V^/uiMif,, mj s. brought up together, 
comrade, companion, play-fellow ; a. 
familiar. 

V^/hifuuii-lih a. born of Amos, Isaiah. 

J3jJ!wpJlu,uw a. castrated, cut, gelded. 

Xi^piiuuik-iT, irj[i va. to castrate, to 
cut, to geld. 

U^pJlip , ctt-utj s.pl. testicles ; muntli 
uidifpiyuig, scrotum; -^uAi, orchis, sa- 
tyrion. 

11>/»<L^, Jing a. steril, barren. 

ll^Lu^^ , Jiiji , iiuy , iuMj s. consort, 
husband: wife, spouse. 
. \i,/hMj,%m^u,'b a- conjugal, matrimo- 
nial, nuptial. ■ [wed. 

U^/huAiuiiimir, lugiMfi vn. to marry, to 

li^niMiiiiiu^P a. that loves his or her 
consort. 
, \S^ai-u%iughuii_ a. married, wedded. 
, JH^Hi'-uiuijni.juAit-ir, nt-gfi va, to mar- 
ry, to give in marriage, to wed. 
. W^ni^'biui-np a. married. 

\ij/hff.n%iai.nii„Lp-l,ci, s. the married 



state, wedlock; S. W^/h^a%nL.p[,^, . 

\i^/h,.i,%nM.p-[ii.'i, s. marriage, nuptials, 
wedding ; matrimony, wedlock ; u,n.'iin,^ 
J-, to take in marriage; y,i^u^hi_p^ 
uiuiutiti uiifnt-iiitng-(3-k-uib f to auuul Or do 
away a marriage ; t"'L. J- ' *" marry. 

U^i-pa. solid, stable, durable, tough, 
lasting ; hard, strong, firm, fast; com- 
pact, massive, thick: locked, fastened. 
W/fnM-p t uijplt , plug t /»^/ 1 {'"J *• tort, 
fortification, fortress: grotto, cave, 
cavern. 

\J^/hi-p^, pt-n/, pJraig s. Unmarried 
person, maid, bachelor; that is about 
to be married, that is in a marriagea- 
ble state ; .^xu»4 «»«/n«-/»fru»3 . celibacy. 

ft*/^ t M^iigL'-luuiiub , a. soft, sweet, 
gentle, agreeable, inviting, engaging, 
winning, attractive, affable, concilia- 
ting, persuasive. 

\S^npu/bp S.pl, seasoning, sauce. 
y^npt-j; hg^ va, to soften, to calm, 
to compose ; to conciliate, to appease, 
to allay, to pacify, to reconcile ; to af- 
fect, to move, to touch; to abate, to 
diminish ; to sooth, to caress ; to en- 
gage, to win over, to persuade. 

U//n^f>i-£& *. appeasement, assuage- 
ment, moderation, abatement; induce- 
ment, persuasion. 

\S^i . ng s, cloud ; - ^"z^r"!" ^["V ' * 
cloud of dust, smoke. 

y^ruiuiq-y^i a. having the colour or 
appearance of a cloud. 

[i^/hiiii/aui,iiug a. moving towards the 
clouds, rising to the clouds. 
\i,ifLiu,i-[,i, a. which produces clouds- 
\ifi^„M^,M>ptir, kgl, va. to strike with 
a thunderbolt or by lightning. 



ftlTP 
hi 



18 



ftiro 



U,'^«'4u'/'^'/'> irgiy vn. to be struck 
by lightning. [cloudy, misty. 

U^/uiu„n»b- a. covered with clouds, 

Vl'/^v'"'^""'^' "'J™/ vn. to be transfor- 
med into clouds, to become Houds. 

D//:.j.»^».t.«. that travels in the clouds, 
reaching the clouds. 

W.J'uiui^i-tir, lrj[, vn. to travel, to 
be or to rise in the clouds. 

\i^i/ii£ut^[i^n , etc* S. \jti/(^uifli^i t etc. 
ll,./i/t./", tjP vn. to grow cloudy, to 
be clouded or cloudy. 

Ji/ihi^nilu/j.^ s. canopy, awning; a 
pall ; a portable canopy. 

U^f^pnui, ,ug s. thunder-clap, thun- 
der: noise, explosion, crash, report. 

'W^uipnuiu^lA a. thundering, loud, 
noisy. 

\)^/:i,iif[,i> s. monthly news paper. 

W,,n„aiyir,i.p, s. first day of the month, 
calends. 

D//i.u/3^/>«- s. day of the month. 

Ijj/hm/fia'b a. monthly: «. menses; 
monthly pay. [calends. 

H^uai-lhu-in s. beginning of the month, 

a. lasting a month, of a month's dura- 
tion ;- <^ <^""/^*""4 , a month's time, 
space of a month. 

|]^^u<7.n/'>< a. more solid or strong, 
very durable, well fortified. 

\Ji^rpuMitu,h-nt.li a. very secret, very 
private ; very intricately fortified : pro- 
tecting, sheltering. 

M^Fpiu liu/ii U.S. inhabiting a fortified 
place : guard of a fortress. 

U.^«.4""i-OT a. strongly built, very 
strong or solid. 

\i^uiin,i^ s. strongest side of a 
fortress, most fortified part ; citadel, 
castle, fortress. 

Jj.i/pu.fin'-n. a. extremely strong or so- 
lid, very hard : made hard under the 
hammer. 

\\^,u/r>iuir, uiguMj vn. to establish one's 
self, to fortify one's self, to be intren- 
ched, strongly posted. 

W^rpuiuiiMii, , «y a. that guards wOll ; 
strongly guarded. 

\if/liajiifu,if[„iui a. strongly walled. 

M^/l'aiJ/n'-JuAlrtr, ni-iifl, VU. tO fortlfy, 

to garrison, to put in a state of defence ; 



to re-enforce, to strengthen, to con- 
firm, to corroborate, to establish, to 
settle, to cement; to encourage, to 
hearten, to animatCj to ; imbolden ; to 
prop, to support, to sustain, to stay, to 
keep up, to hold up ; to bar, to fasten, 
to shut, to stop up, to close. 

\Sjrpu„{,u.li a. well shut or locked, 
strongly barred, well fastened. 

U.(p.<#^i.o4A-«r, ir^fw va. to shut up 
strongly, to lock well, to preserve; to 
fasten, to bar, to close. 

U/j^nj, »«3 *. castle; citadel; fort, 
fortress ; redoubt, outwork. 

JJ^/pni-P-ptA s. solidity, durability, 
strength ; re-enforcement, establish- 
ment, confirmation, settlement, corro- 
boration; fort, fortification; redoubt, 
outwork. 

\i^/:/,n^ a. gathered together, close, 
concentrated ; - n^iihij to keep toge- 
ther, to hold collected. 

'^npnipt-j; hjli va. to assemble, to 
concentrate; to enclose, to confine; to 
fold, to furl, to tighten, to pack, to 
tuck ; to shorten, to restrain, to con- 
tract ; to straiten, to stint, to limit, to 
bound;- ifjfiinu quAJti,, to recollect 
one's self, to collect one's ideas ;- 1'*. 
n-k-.u^, , to bury the dead, to inter ; - 
nuai.p'i, , to sheathe a sword, 

Ji^r^nifliir, tj-y vn. to contain, to be 
closed or shut up; to draw closer, to 
be restringed, concentrated, to assem- 
ble ; to fold up ; to fall back; to reflect. 

striction, modification, contraction, li- 
mitation ; - ./iiiuj , attention. 

\l//i{3-, nf s. shame, confusion, abash- 
ment; bashfulness; ignominy, turpi- 
tude ; baseness ; j- uin-tit-u to put to 
shame, to confound ; j- iffiiti_ ju,Jipp 
^'Uft^Mi/it^lj to be ashamed, to be con- 
founded, to blush ; -^ , privy parts. 

\},Jh[3-„jlli , H^np-uiitj a. shameful, 
disgraceful, ignominious, scandalous. 

M^ihp-iuihp , it-Mu^ s.pl. turpitude, ob- 
scenity; privy parts. 

n.i/hp-ui'iip s.pl. shame, confusion, a- 
bashment ; bashfulness ; parts of shame. 

abashed, confounded, put to shame, 
shamed, overwhelmed with confusion ; 
bashful. 
\yipir(,ira a. abashed, put to the 



U.81- 

blush, confounded; shamefaced. 

U»/s/3^«.i- , H^i^piuii- , uM^ a. bash- 
ful, modest. [desty. 

lJ^/i/?/i/.o6-»t.^^t,'ii.bashfulness, mo- 

U,' J int. oh ! ho ! ho there! 



U.. 



•jp"'^p'^'ie > 



Mu 



ftj s. alphabet 

\].jp:n.-f-fr%u<^a,i, u. alphabetical. 

U>i/T-' f!!' •t"'-' "'-ti ^""-3 s, day- 
break, dawn, aurora: day-light, mor- 
ning ; C^'^ — ^ » tj"ilt"'^ * t^t ~" uijif-nt-ti I 

uyi-ni^i or mff-ni-^, at day-broak, at 
the dawn of day, in the morning; -jh^ 

likliiij , from morning till night. 

li.jif.ui'itmir, -yu,j vn. to dawn, to grow 
light, to be light, to be day-light. 

U,jf.<</<.4«i a. wine-growing, planted 
with vines, full of vines. 

W^if.k-ii.npb- , laj s. vine-dresser, hus- 
bandman, that cultivates the vine, 
wine-grower. [the vine. 

U.jflrfnpb^ni-P-lii.'ii s. cultivatiou of 
. lk/?-*'4/'/^ > llj?-*-4"«-fip > iP-"3 s.pl. 
vilftage ; time of vintage. 

M^if-L-iini-P- , iiP-l, , p-uij s. vintager. 

if.t;„„u/i,[i s. vineyard, large extent of 
country planted with vines. 

W^n-lrmlip s. wine-grower, owner or 
master of the vineyard. 

\i.jl-[i, •t'-y, itlruij s. vineyard, land 
planted with slips of the vine ; u,'i,lihi_ 
•fjuiif-fiu , to plant the vineyard ; kP-"'L 

"tit'-':! > S. \l,Jil.lr^ai-P- ; m4/» H!Jt^y ' S. 

Wtjtf-lruil^P'^ aiiMMifUiuiuMh lyi^t^nf t keeper 
or guard of the vineyard. 

U^^my. s^pl. funerals performed the 
day after death. 

W.jilJtc'b , y^j^nM-gii ad. at day-break, 
at the dawn of day, in the morning ; - 
-I every morning. 

M-JT-' '^Jtc "yHrtk' "•it"'-' "ii- 
ifjii-lii pron. that, this, the. 

V^^uAop ad. there, in that place. 

\i,jti^^ a. ad. so much, so many : 
so, so much, to such a degree. 

U^^u/^-u ad' so, thus, in this manner. 

Jj^ji^Ufftu^ , [lui-nj I liuh-UMj a, such, 

like, similar, so. 

\\,jtP' 0«jw**' «''• j'lst there, in the 
same place : from the same place, a- 
gain, over again, anew, afresh. 



9 \m. 

U'c/w4*'"*"/'*'0- indigenous. 
llj*/' . /' *• air, atmosphere : Juno. 

S. Wl^in.. 

Ikj-f-r ad. now, at present, at this 
time ; just now, immediately, instantly, 
by and by; recently, newly, freshly ; 
- l'"li , presently ; just now. 

U,jcA./r»6-/l?, a, new-born. 

W,jJ-,/t-uA, a. recent, modern, new. 

Wjtf-Jir''' ad. from this moment or 
time, henceforth, henceforward. 

\].j<f-'fl'i ad. now, at present. 

V.JI: iSi > a"-"/"- ifi- «• another, other ; 
different, unlike ; some ; -n^^ 7Cuitiui_ 
u(u,p^,uL^ , by another way ; -n^ <,i,lft,u,_ 
li„„-, in another manner; -»p, ano- 
ther; h. «/^ - np, not even another; 
j-Jk linifJ'ui'itk I another side, the other 
side ; - 4- ™ot-^ A. - if-npitk-i, it is ono 
thing to say, another to do;t -%, 
-ntl^i Jiu/biflriiA , etc. , and so on ; - ^'fci^ 
-»//. one for another, pellmell; - j-Jk 
[l!iilri_, to lose one's presence of mind, 
to be overcome by joy or fear; n^- 
[••-he ' in no other way ; - /A^ -o/ uiut-fj 
to say equivocally, ambiguously. 

^'ju ^jL"'Pt '""V- ^^^ ys^ still, 

however; only, but; now, then. 

lJ,j/_ ad. besides, moreover, more. 

\S,ji«jpui% , /«, a.s. that says or speaks 
otherwise ; allegorical. 

M.jiuMp.iu'hiapuip ad. differently, other- 
wise : allegorically, enigmatically. 

Wtjliupu/iiiii^u/u a. allegorical, enig- 
matical, mystical; typical, symbolical; 
emblematic ; figurative, metaphorical. 

lii^iuipa/iilrir, k^[i va. to use allego- 
ries in speech; to use the figures of 
rhetoric; to allegorize. 

lJ,j£«"P«u*"«-/3-/>«->/ s. allegory; sym- 
bol, type; emblem; figure, metaphor ; 
enigma, riddle, rebus. 

U,^^«P«*Ao^4'^# ad. S. \j.jiiufLai%utfiiij£i , 

U.jfu/pnt* , ]i,jii"ty «• of a different 
nature or kind, heterogeneous. 

\i,jiuffn/i, a. of a different colour ; 
unlike, different. 

^u,j vna. to discolour, to tarnish, to 
stain ; to turn pale. [stain, paleness. 
Ji^iiu^ni-ini-ts. discoloration, tarnish, 
5 



0.31 

XS.ju.-'tl^''- *•■'• of ^ different religion ; 
infidel. 

U.ji^v-t'T a. of a different aspect; 
different, unlike. . [dissimilar. 

]A,jiu,qu,-b , [ij a. different, urtlike, 

^.jiuj.iu/bh^, t-j[i va. to vary, to 
change, to diTersify. 

}),jiu,^,j%iii.p-^^% s. Tariation, diver- 
sity, difference, dissimilarity, variety. 

0'jii"i3- a- of another kind, other, 
different; ad. otherwise, differently; 
else. 

\i,j^,qy.aipMup ad. in a diflerent man- 
ner, otherwise, differently: as an infi- 
del, as a pagan, as a heathen. 

^ji^13-""t'zi'' "• very or more diffe- 
rent ; -u , ad. very differently. • 

qu/b^ s.a. foreigner, strang-er: pagan, 
gentile, heathen: foreign; different, 
unlike. [nism. 

\i.jli"13rni-Pltii, s- paganism, heathe- 

}i,jiui^,!r,v, a. foreign, strange. 

^jUfiti?'- "'■ ^^^ speaks another 
language ; foreign'. 

]i,jiuiliui[iirl!p a. of a different opinion. 

^ja"'it''''' S- ^'jiL"'ii"'"t' 

m.jiuililrpuia. transformed, transfigu- 
red ; changed, .metamorphosed ; diffe- 
rent, unlike: disguised, masked ;j-ii, 
incognito, in disguise ; j-u /Ifiiy^, to be 
masked, to be in disguise, to disguise 
one's self; to be transfigured; to be 
metamorphosed, to be transformed; - 
jnp2^p2;"-'^ > allegory, metaphor. 

]i,jiu-lilrp„ilrir, A-j/. va. to transform ; 
to disguise, to mask, to change ; to 
transfigure; to metamorphose. 

]i,jiujfikpu/[,ir, Irguij vfi. to bo trans- 
formed ; to bo disguised; to be trans- 
figured. 

transfiguration; metamorphosis; trans- 
formation, disguise. 

[},ji.„^l,o^i a. of a different religion. 

\\,jiu,lipo'iini-P-[,iSi, s. heterodoxy. 

U.^/^"4""-«"" U.S. of a different belief, 
sectary: pagan: heterodox. 

\\,j[^.,S,y% a. of a different voice; 
discordant, dissonant- [gure. 

M^jiuiMl. a. of a different form or fi- 

\\^il>ji[u/i„i a.s. of another sect, of a 
different faith: sectary. 

U.j^'"//"" a. of a different sentiment 
or opinion; whose ideas wander, fligli- 
ty, lightheaded. 



20 0.8T. 

\i,jluM,r,nli,r, l.-g,y vn, to be lighthea- 
ded, to undergo an alienation of mind, 
to be delirious. 

\i,j[u,j;nn,-P-[itAs. alienation of miad, 
flightiness, delirium. 

U-jza^ff"/"'""* "• variegated; diversi- 
fied; mixed, [various, different. 

U'<yzS7Zi"4 «• changeable, variable; 

yS^jiuyiiuulrn. n. of a different sex or 
kind; mixed. 

^jliyi^'T, tr^li va. to alter, to change- ; 
to vary, to diversify; to corrupt; to 
disaffect, to alien/ate; to discouote^ 
nance; to falsify, to c&UBterfeit; to 
distemper, to disorder. 

\S,ji^;jll'J', t-3"ii vn. to vary, to be al- 
tered, to change ; to degenerate, to bef- 
come corrupt; to be disaffected^ to be 
alienated; to be indisposed. 

Mtjit'fim'-P'b'^" M'juym'-'^ *■ altera- 
tion, changement, variation, mutation; 
emotion, perturbation ; corruption, de- 
generation; falsification; distemper, 
disorder, indisposition. 

\i,jiii/i,q.u,li , i«j a. whimsical, odd, ca- 
pricious, fanciful, fantastical, extrava- 
gant, mad, ridiculous, extraordinary, 
singular, strange, enormous, uncouth; 
grotesque, distorted. 

W.ji^'i'l-uilibJ'' %'?/ vn. to be extra- 
vagant or whimsical ; to be distorted, 
disfigured, spoiled ; to be dissolute. 

^j[i"''it"'k"'-Pb'^' s. extraordinari- 
nesSjUncouthuess, extravagance,stran- 
geness, oddness ; dissoluteness, irregu- 
larity of conduct. 

U>jzi"*2i"^' "■ of another sign or mark. 

IXjiiyiinLi, a. allonymous. 

\i,jii"!S"-rl^''' "■ 'wlio speaks different- 
ly to what he thinks, double-faced or 
dealer. [in^pp^X. 

\kjii""ii" «rf- otherwise, differently, 
in another manner. 

^jii"""'3bk "• allegorical; - joplfp. 
2ni.3L , allegory. 

Mfji^i'irn. , lljiuiutrp o. of a different 
sex ; of a different gender, kind or spe- 
cies ; heterogeneous, of a different na- 
ture or quality. 

\],j[iuat-n-,„^p-[,Li, s, difference of sex, 
gender, nature and quality. 

U.j£i""^/'t'A %/' va- to change to a 
different gender or kind ; to make de- 
generate, to spoil. [fashion, manner. 

U,jt"'"""/""''z. «• of a different mode, 



XUja""'">'^ 'c^ 'o'f another family, na- 
tioH. 

U-c/z;"'/"""- ' '"J **• heterodox. 

juy vn. to apostatize, to be heterodox, 
heretical; to teach heresy; to err in 
the catholic faith. 

W.jiiu./iiun.ni.piii.'i, «, heterodoxy. 

U^jgaj^a^ a, changed, altered, con- 
verted, turned; degenerate ; different; 
allegorical ; ad. differently. 

U>c/zi"^'"/"*"^'!*'jA ^"- *<* change, to 
alter ; to counterfeit ; tcimetam-orphose ; 
to diyersify. 

^jii"^"l"l"^> %'?y ^P- *o chajBge ; to 
grow worsfl, to degenerate. 

\\^jar4'"l""'-Pt'^ .?. change, trans- 
mutation, conversion; metamoTphosis ; 
corruption, degeneration. 

\S.ji_lri. «Mi/.b«sides, over and above, 
moreover, also, more, in addition. 

^Jlt'-^IL ^' different, distinct, va 



"■^i. ^■-" «"«/• S. \i,ji^ ht. 



[ried. 



^JLi^'i- "SiUJJ o-^' differently, on the 
contrary ; S- Ikjf. a. 
^JL P'^ ""'!/• but, but if, but that. 

some other, other, another (thing). 

a.s. another, other (person). 

U'jz?'-""'-'*' ^' t)f * different doctrine ; 
of or belonging to a sect. 

J^jint-uin ad. from another place or 
situation : otherwise. 

H,^^<.«,«tp ad. from some other 
place, from somewhere else. 

\S,jint-[i ad. elsewhere, in another 
place, in some other place- 



ft, 



•JL".e 



S. U., 



JL 



nUit . 



}\jl_ nmliuip, cony but, yet, neverthe- 
less, however, notwithstanding. 

^ji2cl''""h "■• different; ad. diffe- 
rently. 

goat, she-goat. 

D,jft-«™/;o^^ s. satyr. 

l],j4-/«/i«.6- , £uj s. goat-herd, peasant 
who drives the goats to feed. 

lI,j6-«{^.»^ s. chamois, wild goat. 

'^jirkuiSi, , y.ni.'iig s. wild goat; roe; 
buck, hart; deer. 

\i,jiftty , irkl<3 ^•'^- gov't's hair ; stuff 
made of goat's hair : of or belonging to 
goats. 



I ft8il 

y^.jhhiitl'^l' *• Capricorn. 
\S,jithai,l,li s. fawn of a roe. 
^.jh-eiiuiiiiu-!: s. stuff made with the 
hair of goats. 

\i,jl>-irp,Miirus^ s. flock of goats. 
U.j(fhp s.pl. goat's hair. 
\i,jitntn% a. goat-footed. 
U,jft npff. S' goat-herd. 

y, |7/ t iBolin f luiitnnhl^ , lujItnL. i uiihntjth 

pron, that, it, the. 

U,ji j^ c(mj. because ; where as ; even 
as; more than, rather: since, that, 
seeing that. 

ft> t , ll.> /'V' -t ' ft> M '^ eonj. 
that is to say, to wit, namely, i : e:, viz 
or videlicet. 

llji p,^ ad. whilst, as long as, so 
long as : recently, freshly, newly. 

^j%nt-ql' con/, in as much as, because. 

\S,j%nL.^lrmlTi- conj- evor, since, from 
that time, thenceforward, thenceforth. 

\i,jii np pron. such,. such one. 

XS,jii^^i a. so great; such; ad. so, 
so much, in such a manner. 

li.Jinjika ad. so, also, equally, as 
much, in like manner, likewise, as 
well as. 

llj%u//.«/», iii-y, uk-uij o. such, simi- 
lar, like ; equal, same ; as great, as 
much. [therefore. 

llj^Y* «"^'"?-'"'- conj. for that reason, 

\i,jn ad. yes, even so, truly. 

]),juiu/i,u,^l.ji a. full of derision, mock- 
able, laughable. 

l],j<^/»it./', /.-j[m va. to jeer, to make 
a jest of, to ridicule, to mock, to de- 
ride, to hold in contempt, to despise, 
to scoff at, to scorn, to banter, to rally, 
to rail at, to revile, to abuse ; to treat 
with contempt, with abuse or ridicule. 

\),iuiiu'iin'-P-[iiii, ]i,juittAini-Hb s. dori- 
sion, mockery, raillery, ridicule, scorn, 
contempt. 

\l,jM,iu/iinii^ s.a. that derides, ridicu- 
les: contemptuous, scornful; abusive, 
. insulting. 

\S.juii- s. raillery, mockery, derision; 
- i^,au,iu^u/r,u,j , ignominy, contempt ; - 

%u.j .uniilru to jeer, to deride, to mock, 
to ridicule, to rail, to insult, to despise, 
to scorn ; - //Afc/.. to be derided or a 

laughing-stock. 



lieu 

HjjiMfliiufjuimiu^ Y^nu>i»%; s. mime, buf- 
foon. 

Uij/t/fp «• noise, brawling; gorman- 
dizing, gormandizer. 

pyOn. this; luuuin^rq quffu /f^'^ ^ Hiy^' ^ 

I shall say this and that, so and so. 

U>j«. 'yw ""•-< ""J *■ evil genius, 
evil spirit, demon, devil; genius, spirit, 
ghost, apparition; goblin, imp, sprite, 
hobgoblin, familiar, elf, fairy ; tempest, 
storm; thundering noise, burlyburly. 

possessed with a devil or evil genius, 
tormented with a devil, demoniac. 

1],^i/>i./i<i/>l1 a. possessed with a devil. 

l],j.»»«.4./Yy»6- a, that drives away de- 
vils, [devil, demoniac. 

]i,juut^u,p , uij a.s. possessed with a 

]},juui^uMiiiru,i_ a. possessed with a 
devil: mad, phrenetic, frantic. 

llj""'4'"/»f'^> %'^ vn. to be posses- 
sed with a devil : to roar, to make a 
dreadful noise ; to rave, to be frantic, 
to storm, to be furious. 

lJ,j«<ii4u.^/.c-/3^iA s. the state of a de- 
moniac or of a person possessed with 
a devil : madness, phrenzy, fury, fran- 
ticness. 

y.juu/Lu.^ a. such, like, in this man- 
ner or fashion. 

ll^if uJinf-miT ad. this time, this once. 
llj/j la'iia^i a. such-a-one. 

B.i/"^'V*' lJ.j"/'*if!* 4 ad. namely, that 
is to say, to wit. [mark, such. 

V.ju *Ajl "■• marked thus, having this 

U^u/ii- uiJfi,ii,/i,pi. ad. still, neverthe- 
less, as for the rest. 

\i,juni.^lrmtM. ad. hcDceforth, hence- 
forward, hereafter, for the future : as 
for the rest; now, then, but. 

^j"i_""/' • 1'3 "• to this degree, in this 
quantity, so great; ad. so much, so. 

U-c/""'^" '^'^- thus, in this manner, in 
the same manner ; so. 

^j""it"^ ' "'-•u > "t««»y a. such, like, 
in this manner, of this sort ; such, so 
great. 

0.j"/» ad. here, in this place ; hither, 
to this place ;- u/^iu,fu.i., therefore, 
for this reason. 



11 D.8r 

^juptfl- ad. back, again; t^ftj-cV- 
4»..^ , I shall return here immediately, 
I shall be back presently. 

"lik.uy a. in this quantity, such, so nu- 
merous, thus great. 

^juop ad. to-day, this day; j-, Jf^.. 
il'-3-, Jp'il'-a- J^wJ'm%u,IiIi, to this day, 
up to this time. 

n.jaopu.ltl.'i, a. born to-day, new-born. 

U>c/"' ' h *■ cbeek ; 4«/./p"«^t/_ t«y™« , 
to embrace, to kiss the cheek. 

\\.j.nl, ad. thence, from that place, 

y.juAo.-./', u,lr,ai, .nnt-^yuii^ Vli. tO 

swell, to puff, to be inflamed, to be 
bloated. 

U.j.„.yj, ««-j^ s. swelling, protube- 
rance, ''enlargement; excrescence, 
hump, wart, corn, wen, push, pimple, 
pustule ; tumour, inflammation, tume- 
faction. 

'^ju.nijn, s. inflammation, tumefac- 
tion, swelling, protuberance, enlar- 
gement : S. 0.j'"TOf . 

U.j».f.^j™^/tJ", ni-gl- va. to swell, to 
inflame, to tumefy. 

p.u-bj s. man : husband, spouse : person : 
youth, young man ; - tph-t-ft , perso- 
nage ; - l,^p„tpu/i,ib'-p > every one, every 
person, every body;-»!p>a person, 
some one ; - i^"i- mpmi/ii, - umpuMj'p, m 
competition ; with emulation ; -^^^tp, 
one to another ; ^At- - ^ c*?- W* • the 
men as well as the women, both men 
and women ; «"«.-, j- , each person, a 
head, a man ; mn.'b mw/j to marry ; 
.un-V tiipuAj ib'biru to get, to bo mar- 
ried ; iluiMn uipu/ii^ , coward ; .p<"£. •"- 
pu/iij , brave, courageous ; - ^iu^«<#/n«-_ 
p-tuA , peaceful man ; - q-npiry , inge- 
nious, active man; - ^p"'-/3^t"*> te- 
lorous man; - •/i/4"«-i guilty, worthy 
of death ; - «v"»»»tji«»?«'P I belligerous, 
warlike, martial ; mp^ utphu/h^ , sangui- 
nary, bloody men ; - U.""'"'-*-^ . man 
of God. 

^jp , /.J s. antre, cavern, grotto, den. 

\],jpajpuip ad. manfully, vigorously ; 
valiantly, bravely, courageously. 

\i,jpu,p-n,ij u,j a. that abandons her 
husband. 

\i,jpuMliuA, a. virile, manly. 

}j,jpu..ili- a. manlike, manly. 

[ifiputliuiif b. y, rn^iuj1[rui(/~| \}^pfiutuiuu* 

Wijpuiui^P a, that loves her husband. 



\i,jpu,u^pnM.ppti. s. love of the wife 
for her husband, conjugal affection. 

\i,jltiuuufiii^i a, that has killed her 
husband. 

W^putui , etc. S. Qiiypioui , etc. 

\i^pMjtuM.hp uinAlrtT, to burn and to 
ravage. 

'»c//'^'"j O) •"""/"' to burn; j"ii- 
V "3 ^ j'"'-^p n-uin^m-quMtilr^ to burn 
and to ravage. 

llj/itj; tj/. i;o. to burn, to enflame, 
to fire; to torrefy, to scorch, to parch, 
to dry. 

\\,jph%nj s. hospital for widows. 

H^ptjuii, ,^,njs. burning, deflagra- 
tion; burn, mark caused by fire ; soot; 
torrid. [caustic. 

^Jl'^S"'L "■• burning, scorching ; s. 

M-jptrjnt-mb- , y s. bum, buming. 

^jphani^^ s. conflagration, defla- 
gration, combustion, burning. 

U^P t-M. jp , u,n% k,. Al>nf s. cavalry, 
horse. [wer. 

Wtjpt' f"-CT' p^'"3 s.a. widow; wido- 

\i,jplniAuiJ', lu^ui/ vn. to become a 
widow or widower, to be a widow or 
widower. S. U^f .»iu.ir. 

WtJpl'nt-PlitX S. M.jpni-P-li'-'ii • 

]i,jpnjt-tr, tijl, va. to burn. 
}S,jp"'-P-'F s. virile age, age of man- 
hood, virility, manhood: widow-hood. 
}S^pni.^ s. dwarf, very little man. 

H^pni-Jf, ^I'nj , or luaiini-^linj S. hOrSO- 

man; trooper ; horse-soldiers, cavalry. 

\i,jpni-ah s. burning. 

0,jry «. visit; search; inspection ;- 
uin%hu J- h-ityblrij to visit, to go to see, 
to make a visit ; - 4. /u^/f./y lun^ih-u j- 
II. P luii-l'p lriu,%lri_, to search, to exa- 
mine, to observe, [tor: bishop. 

O-jj*/?"-' "■-/'' "'3 *• visitor; inspec- 

V'JS^e'-P'l"-''' *• visit; visitation; 
search; inspection; examine. 

W^jt-ir, t-j[i va. to visit ; to search. 

lP>uj^ t p t n/ St tin ; oituilih-^ i^pni-iui^lr^ 

uM'iioMif.uMt-, to tin, to cover with tin; 
oi-nuUii ufiiuMifjiii. , act or employment 
of tinning. 

U^<u>^u/% ad.a. late, behindhand, tar- 
dily, long, slowly : late, tardy ; long, 
slow, not ready, not prompt ; - ni-phUh , 
- t-ppkp . too late, very late ; at latest, 
at.the latest. 

l],%u/f-«<%£->/ a. produced, done, born, 
created too late, [ning, at a late hour. 

\^,u>ifjn%l' ad, late, late in the eve- 



vn. to delay, to linger, to loiter, to tarry, 
to stay : to arrive late, to be late. 

Ui'-Miii-ui'/ini-P-li'.^ s. tardiness, slow- 
ness, lateness; sluggishness. 

Mlituiflrmj a. made of tin ; plated or 
covered with tin. 

n^iuifttT, hjp va. to tin. 

Wl/iuij-l,^, \ipiu,iJt,i_ «. tinman. 

Jj^iMiMt^pnpl r W^iuMi^npeHi t W^iuiH-npn'-i' 

a. perfidious, disloyal, traitorous, trea- 
cherous, treasonable, faithless ; cruel, 
ferocious, inhuman, barbarous. 

\j^iuiit.npnflini-[3-pi^i OV pnt^//tt-[dptjt S. 

perfidy, treachery, disloyalty : cruelty, 
inhumanity, ferocity, barbarity. 

U^tiiiqujin a. not free, dependant ; 
mean, ignoble, niggardly. 

lti„uqui,uni-P-l,K^, s. want of nobility ; 
niggardness, lowness. 

\i^n,iq^uM^jni-PlitA s. waut of affi- 
nity ; dissimilarity. 

|],t«»^/> a. ignoble, vulgar, of low 
extraction, of mean birth. 

U^/wf^ a- unexpected, sudden. 

Ij^iiu^uifi , uijf a. strange, extraordi- 
nary; undutiful, insolent, impudent, 
froward, obstinate, stubborn ; rascally, 
wicked. [dient, insolent. 

JH^iMi^iu/jt-ir, tj/. vn. to be disobe- 

\l?„oqy.kfl> a. insensible. 

t]it'/.»/3'£'</u7 s. anathema. 

\Jf,a,p-irjh,jir,r, tj/i va. to auathema- 
tize, to excommunicate. 

}i$ltU£ll S. lv#/«f^. 

Jifi.uiinjuii-y'ii a. insipid, tasteless ; 
pernicious ; very unproductive. 

W^iialunpJ- , WfimpinpJ-Miili , Ji^iiu/unp^ 

J^hjf a. insipid, tasteless, unsavoury ; 
hated, disliked. 

]],'>/«//»<» a. not subject to diseases or 
passions ; innocent, pure. 

\[^u,^u,uMpiup ad. without vices or 
passions, honestly, innocently. 

\if„M.luu„ulilip a. not subject to dis- 
eases or passions. 

yS^iuilumni-P-lit-i- s. apathy, dispassion; 
integrity, purity: good constitution, 
health. 

\^ui^iuiirni-Pl<LX s. irreverence. 

X^iiulfliuin-ni. S. lV»u»^M»<l.. 

li^^lHuii^ a. hopeless, despondent, 
desperate : unexpected, unforeseen, 
unlooked-for, sudden. 



urii]. 



2 



jU>.«4 a. fearless. 

U,*'»»4/.«. or U^"'t«//<i# «/". Venus, Diana 
(anagram of U.*'"'^'" written inver- 
tedly). (Venus or Diana. 

U,'//.»4,„i„^n,% a. of or belonging to 

U>'"2., U,*/".^/. «. without salt, un- 
salted ; insipid, tasteless. 

\i?-'M-i[u.p,„!rilj a. incorruptible, unal- 
terable; incontestable. 

MXii'i/iu^ at not ground or pounded. 

lJ:fc™,^t^, a. not salted. 

ll.'>/"«^>n a. unspotted, unstained, un- 
sullied, pure- [neatness. 

lJ?'m,^„„i.(3-l,i,% s. cleanliness, purity, 

U.^«/<,^a«> a. shining, clear, bright. 

}S>-'2C, X^iu^T^uJiu,-!, , \l%.„2(Jr^. a. that 
does not grow, decreasing. [tion. 

|]?<«"2tX^L/3/,i_5i s. decrease, diminu- 

lJ,i/«./it,u/A a. unmarried. 

\}fiiii-/h,.u%nM-P[,t_% s. celibacy. 

li?i,aj;,i a. cloudless, clear, serene. 

\\),u,j:,p- a. shameless, unblushing, 
impudent; audacious, insolent. 

Wfiuiiiip uipjup ad. without shame, 
impudently ; audaciously. 

W"tiiK>[3-,o'iiii,,r, f^Miij , Wf,MJtit^p-i,4r, k-^ 
jr"</ vn. to lose all shame, to be shame- 
less. 

\i?'"'if!>Rn.-P-l,c% s. impudence, auda- 
city, effrontery. [tably, constantly. 

\i-^'yii'//l^r->"i' od. invariably, immu- 

uf'";/ii';jtj,"i • U?'"//ii'ffit-ili a. invaria- 
ble, unalterable, immutable. 

W^'-yi^yin^Plici s. invariability, im- 
mutability. 

U^-yc a. unmarried (woman). 

iP'iyjt^i. a. abandoned, forlorn, 
helpless. [prehensible. 

Uf"''^'fnu%t-il, a. irreproachable, irre- 

UfiiiAAi,, \i},u,%J.'i,ii,i.„p a. inanimate, 
lifeless; impersonal. [one's self. 

Wiu/i,A'i,n.„^^ a. that does not praise 

\^„u'i,AnUi «• unconfined, wide, large : 
disagreeable. 

\]yiu/i,AphL. a. without rain, arid, dry. 

Jifiu/Tmi-l,, , "iiluy s. miut. 

\piia'ii„i,% a. anonymous ; ignoble. 

U,V»«%£u>i„ , \i^iiui'i,2iuu,ir[b a. insepara- 
ble, indivisible. 

'[^••ii'ii^in.ap.np ad. indivisibly. [ble. 

U*/«.^^/„^4-„, a. undivided, insepara- 

that passes not away, eternal: impas'- 
sable. 



^1 USjU. 

l]9i^%i;„„i, a. free from want, rich, 
affluenti 

(]>u>^,,i«n> a. unfatigued, fresh: easy, 
not difficult ; ad. easily, without fatigue 
or trouble. 

l].'//urj/«««y,4/.ij a. banished or driven 
from his country ; captive, enslaved : 
strange, foreign. 

\i.%,«^n. a. impartial, shewing no 
respect of persons, upright, disintere- 
sted, just, fair, righteous, exact; strict, 
austere, severe, rigid, rigorous. 

impartially, without respect of persons, 
justly; rigorously, strictly, austerely. 

\S^<it:^a„.u,,„lru u. that takcs an im- 
partial view, sincere, ingenuous. 

Ufiiia^uriL,a„^pi-n- o.. that scattcrs im- 
partially, that diffuses liberally. 

U,'i.«.^^,tni_/3^/.«-i s. impartiality, dis- 
interestedness, uprightness, justness, 
sincerity ; strictness, rigour, austerity, 
severity. [eyes ; blinded. 

^••u^uij , M^iiai^ a. blind ; without 

\S^iMu„i,uli , u/j a. pure, unmixed, neat, 
unadulterated. 

\S^iu,ui,uii^'i, a. incorruptible; pure, 
chaste, inviolate. [purity, chastity. 

}A)„iMuiiuliu/hn--Plttit s. incorruption ; 

Iv/utufi/i^oi. , W^iaiinta^uMup u. impeul- 
tent, hardened, obdurated. [obduracy. 

\]),-n„iui^„ai,nt.piii^- s. impenitence, 

\]f-i^u(,au, , [,j, tag s.tt. dosBrt, hermi- 
tage, solitude: solitary, uninhabited,^ 
lonely, unfrequented. 

living in a lonely place, eremitical. 

M^tiUMMfuBinutliuMJi f W^ttuiMluiuiMajfih d.S* 

solitary,eremitical : hermit, anachorite. 

w/iaufuiuititiiiairf luginf vii. to bccome 
a desert, to be deserted ; to fall, to 
decay. 

}A^iu,„i,a,nu,ui^P a. loving solitude, or 
retired situations, retired, solitary. 

\S)fuu{,i,,niaaniJi, a. brcd Ih a desert. 

ll^iuiuiutMnujjjni^giaitlrir, "'-JJ^ VCt< tO 

cause to be deserted, to lay waste, to 
unpeople. 

l),>//u»{.«i_^% a, without refuge, desti- 
tute, unprotected. 

l]>u.n.«u^ , ,,y a. dissolute, debauched, 
libertine, licentious, wanton, lewd: 
prodigal, profuse. 

U,V>u<ri.u>^u>fsu<^ ad. dissolutely, lewd- 
ly, wantonly : prodigally, lavishly. 



u.^o. 2 

J3?iiitn.uiipir, hgiy vn. to be dissolute, 
to be debauched, to be a libertine; to 
be prodigal or lavish. 

'^uin.u.lin^p [iiX s. debauchery, dis- 
Boluteness, libertinism, excess, disor- 
derly life, wantonness, lasciviousness, 
lust; inchastity, prostitution. 

W3i,an-uiQ,np,f. u. without a guide or 
chief, indirected. [ble. 

Wlinun-llf a. impregnable, inexpugna- 

\^ia.,Lniit a, unhealthy. 

y^iuMulriii a. unspeakable, ineffable. 

\^uiuiiiup.u,[t M. brutally, coarsely. 

y^iuiu'iiuipmity I l>j a. brutal, rude, 
ill-mannered. [animals or cattle. 

• \J)imi,%iiipnji)- a. that rears, breeds 

nfiiut/Jiuiii-iii, a. gnjlty of an unnatu- 
ral crime ■with a beast, bestial. 

W^uiu'Jnaii.liinnt-P-'C s. UHuatural kuow- 
ledge of a beast, bestiality. 

\i)„uu'iiui^npi a. more brutal or coarse. 
. |J^#i£iH7/#«mfA^, etc.S. U^"'"^'""/4''"f etc, 

U?««uira^t% , ^^uiuiiuqa^ a. that sa- 
crifices or immolates beasts. 

p-jiiiis. immolation of beasts. 

\^uiuiiuiluuirLb I jj^uMi/iitiiliuiii a. of or 
belonging to the brute creation, ani- 
mal ; brutal, brutish. 

lJ?,««Au.4fr'i''j;«"z. «• tl"^* lives like a 
beast, brutal, bestial- 

1]?<««"»*""4^/'"/ > \]}'Mu%,aJli- a- having 
the form of a beast, brutish. [?4-"" 

'[^,u,u'i,itiJl<in a. having the under- 
standing of a brute, stupid, dull. 
\i)„uu'iiiuirui„i.1i s. stupidity, dullness. 

lJJ/u»«/fc«A«"«r, u,j";i vn- to become 
quite a brute, to lead the life of a 
brute; to be clownish or churlish, to 
be besotted. 

Jj^tiuaiiu^ylri^a- fit for a brute, bru- 
tal, bestial. 

\]^uiu'7,[t^ s. a small beast; animal- 
cule ; a lean beast. 

H?iuJiJii,„.p-[,t.'i, s. fiature of tfee brute 
creation ; brutality, bestiality. 

]i^iiuuni-%, ihing a« irrational: *• ani- 
mal, brute- 

\i),muuiuin. a. without lining. 
• : ^S^,uulul^t^uMir a. athcistic, atheist ; un- 
godly, irreligious. 



WfituinnnLiufrnt-P^lit^ s. athoism ; lin- 
go dliness, irreligion. 

\S^'Muunini-iuiruiut^iin'-P-liiii s. idolatry, 

ll?»«'"»"'4«.impotent,imbecile,feeble. 

M^iMliuiin , [iji a. immaculate, without 
sin, innocent, irreproachable; clear, 
refined; intact,, pure, whole, perfect. 

lj;>y«/^u<u>w^/u^ ad. holily, inviolably. 

H^iuil.aimnt.p-lii.'j, S' purfty. Upright- 
ness, integrity, entire stafce^ [hoi y. 

|).'>..»^u/H>f»J;/i af. immaculate, pure, 

U^iuipuip a. increate. « 

U>«/^p a. sober, abstemious. 

W^iminf., mjf a. worthless, contempti- 
ble, vile, abject, despicable, ignoble. 

Ipiuiit-i-uipiui, ad. unworthily, basely, 
dishonourably, vilely, meanly. 

n?"«/»^'"4'""'t//' O: disconsolate ; in- 
consolable. 

H^iu/liii-uji/hi^ a. by an ignoble death, 
dying ingloriously. [humble- 

l],%.u^^«»/£-&-u>^i a. that honoures the 

|j?»u/^/f«A<«i/', uiguii vn. to be deba- 
sed; to become abject or contempti- 
ble; to lose value; to humble or abase 
one's self. 

^iiupif-ufiif:, s. pi. affront, offence, 
wrong, insult; indignity, slight, cort- 
tempt, disgrace, shame, opprobrium, 
discredit, blame. 

\i}i,i.[„l.uiu,u,-nii a. unfertile, unfruit- 
ful, poor, barren, sterile. 

ii^uipif-uiuuii-nfini-p-lirii s. barrcnuess, 
poorness, sterility. [ugly, rugged. 

W^iuipti-uiiMli a. formless, deformed, 

\i^mpiiki_ a. ad. free, unembarrassed; 
without obstacle, freely. 

\i}iiuiiif-lrin..pi,ii, s. freedom, state of 
any thing free from obstacle or hinde- 
rance. 

H^iuipffrir , tj/i va. to offend, to 
shock; to despise, to depreciate, to 
disparage ; to disapprove, to disallow, 
to refuse, to reject; to blame, to find 
fault with. 

U,tr«////^/f^, n.'''"'^^"'- o. contemptuous, 
disdainful, haughty, offensive- 

\i)..ap,l.n^Pl-Ji, s. offence, slight, re- 
fusal, reprobation ; humiliation ; vile- 
ness, meanness, worthlessness; j- /«_ 
2>ui,hu to demean, to degrade one's self. 

]]^/u>^f., '^'iiuipujuli uneven, unpoli- 
shed. 

llim^T-.//^ «. unjust, partial, [quity. 

\^„uii,^.u,pnt-P-l;tX s, unjustness, ini- 



ft^P 26 

\f},u,p^iA a. unproductive, fruitless 
useless ; worthless. 

\if,u,i„l-nul3^l,ti. s. deformity, 



11.%. 



-a. without sun, dark, cloudy. 



n^iijifiJ-u/i, , [,j , ,uji a. unworthy, un- 
fit, improper; condemnable, blamable, 
illegal, dishonest; - 4"^./"/'^/_' to dis- 
dain, [unworthily. 



U5- 



truali 



'{I a. unworthy. 



ad. 



ttni 

W%MupJ-u/i,l, S. U?/<»^eA<«A; j-< ad. 
unworthily. 

\\)i,ui,J-.a%n.-P^l,iii s. unworthiness. 

\i}iu,plt , pt-nf , pt-iaj a. weak, feeble, 
unmanly, timid, pusillanimous, coward- 
ly; gigantic, enormous, monstrous. 

O^tutpliui^ryii a. more or very feeble, 
- weak, - timid. [wardly. 

t]>u//>^«>4>»% a. timorous, fearful ; co- 

}i},iuplii,t-P[it-% s. timidity, pusillani- 
mity, fearfulness, cowardice; gigantic 
size. 

[i^mp[i^ a. that has no blood, blood- 
less ; that does ndt bleed. 

HS^iuipituip- a. moneyless, poor; gra- 
tuitous, gratis. 

MfiiupifiuP-uiukp a. that does not love 
money, generous, liberal. 

W^iuipitiupith-ili a. that cannot be re- 
vived, or rekindled, not renewable, ex- 
tinct, [up. 

}Si)iuipiruim a. without roots, rooted 

li^iupni-lruin a. of uo trado, or pro- 
fession ; artless ; guileless ; immate- 
rial, simple, natural; rough, rude. 

}i^,u,pn^truuini-P-liti, s. simplicity ; ru- 
deness. 

\jJttapni-P-htJi o, XJ^tuipflnL-P-nLjl • 

\j}iuipuiiiifEhplrip a. that cannot be 
pronounced distinctly, difficult to ar- 
ticulate. 

]i^a,pop, \]}iiapvpuiii.[ip a. uncultiva- 
ted, waste ; intact, chaste. 

|ifcuii-i«^ a. feeble, poor, low, humble, 
petty; minor. [humble, to abase. 

Hj..i/i_uj^t«r, i-j^ va. to weaken, to 

H^iiuM-iuj-ni-P^ti, s. weakness, debili- 
ty, lowness, inconsiderableness. 

\i^iati.iMip,n a. infinite, interminable, 
endless, continual, perpetual; not fi- 
nished. 

\ip,p.,u<f- a. without portion, destitute, 
unprovided for; indivisible, insepara- 
ble, [ded, inseparable. 

W^ipmJ-uA, WjipiuJ-ut'iik-it a, undivi- 

\^ipu,J-u/uaip,up ad. indivisibly. 



tt'bP 
D^puxf <..%ff<./7^<j^ s. indivisibility. 

\\)ipai[um, Mjipuiluuit-it tt. UUfoftU- 

nate, unhappy. [fortune, adversity. 
U?/p«"^«"".-/*/"i s. unhappiness, mis- 
\i),pmiiu>^plrib a. simple, uncompoun- 

ded. 

M^ipiuqu,/ a. irreproachable, irrepre- 
hensible ; frank, sincere ; ad. irreproa- 
chably ; frankly, openly. 

H^tpiuiiy-uj,!, a. incomparable, match- 
less ; incongruous, disproportionate. 



U.* 



'ptutlpu 



a. that does not calum- 
niate, that does not detract; irreproa- 
chable, irreprehensible. 

Wiipu/i, , ^_3 as. irrational ; dumb ; a- 
nimal; blockhead. 

HfipjiAu, \\)ipu/i,iup,M,p ad. stupidly, 
irrationally, like a dumb animal. 

\]),pu/i,.ulim'b a. like a dumb animal, 
stupid ; irrational. 

^,pu!iimfnfb a. very stupid, more ir- 
rational or brutal. 

X^ipiiihu/iiiuir, uijiu/ va. to brutify. 

\i%pui%,a,-iip a, irrational; unreason- 
able, unjust. [ality, brutality. 

U?'p«A«"-/*^.-*' *. stupidity, irration- 

IJJi'/puxLui^ a. without bellowing, - 
roaring, - bleating. 

\i},puMu[,p a. innocent, irreproacha- 
ble ; - inn^tr^j to exculpate. 

W^ipuippiMMo. a. dumb, speechless, 
mute, silent. 

W^fpiupputn-nt-P-liKjt O, \j^ihtoun*-P-ntJt . 

\[},piup.l. , Hf,pmpi[.lrit a. simple, un- 
compounded. 

W^.puipt/iuiir a. without friends, [ed. 

|]>pu/p4-„4Y, a. malevolent, evil-mind- 

Wfiputpp a. bad, wicked. 

lif'puij a. shut, closed, covered. 

yfipiiijuimptrib a. inexplicable, inex- 
pressible. 

Hy.piu^ , ^j a. infinite, unbounded, 
unlimited, innumerable, immense. 

\h,pMUM.u,q^P a. whose power is infi- 
nite. 

\i}ipa,,.iuituii-iui_ a. vasting in extent, 
immense, unlimited. [bl6. 

\i),ptut.utiu/ii u. insufficient, incapa- 

W},pui,-iii/iui%ni-P'[,i.i s. insufficiency, 
incapacity. [rable parts. 

1]^<(:u«->»/o^ a. composed of innume- 

\i^paii.u/ii,uj; iijty vn. to grow or in- 
crease excessively, to be immense. 

W^puMi-trit a. incomprehensible, im- 
measurable, infinite. 



\[i,p.iui^ii.pi,^, s. infinity, immensity. 
U^/fiA-^mirA-^. a. infrangible. 

barren, sterile; unfruitful, unproduc- 
tive, [infertility. 

Wjiip.lri^iu,i.npniL.p-l,Ki, s. barreuuess ; 

Xif.iilrp.u'i, a. mouthless, speechless. 

W'F^C^d' ("• intolerable, insupporta- 
ble, [ness. 

\i!bptritnt.p-[it.% s. infertility, barren- 

MiipP-hit a. that cannot be blunted, 
unblunted, sharp. [ble. 

M^ipJ-^iiuliufi, , \if,pj^^til, a. incura- 

l}^ip.J-^ni.l3-[itA s. incurability. 

JJfipimpmii ad. supernaturally. 

W^ip^tuifi a. houseless ; uninhabited, 
desert; - um^ilrij to depopulate, to un- 
people. 

W^ijiiiuiliu/ii a. artificial, unnatural. 

U.'irpiu.^'"-'^/"-'*' *• depopulation. 

M^pii^ S. U,</p»/4. 

Jjftpn/t/- a. incurable. 

H^.pyu a. unfruitful, barren. 

u^pniluiiii^uili I ij^ipnilujjir^iuijfir^ii G, in- 
comprehensible, inconceivable. 

X^.pniliuiiii.iulini-P-lsiA s. infinity, im- 
mensity. 

Jj^'piiil a. without flame. 

U.'i.poj.i.^tt a. uninflammable. 

a. incurable, irremediable. 

y^ipn.^ a. of a different nature, bas- 
tard, spurious. 

n^ipniiiupuMp ad. without force, wil- 
lingly, freely. [ble. 

^ipn^uiii-iuui a. voluntary ; inviola- 

Hlfc^uif/" «rf. con/, once, at one time; 
even, notwithstanding; -»/.< -, this 
once ; »«_ - 1 another time ; u##i.u/^/.t/ - , 
the first time ; «^ - > only once ; p«»^«-»r 
-. many times, often; Jfti-uuiiiii-uiJ', 
once more, over again; iun.-Jfi, at 
once, this time ; ^a/iift^u - , every time ; 
how many times ? 

l],'i.f.u»/^^/i<-i» a. unsuccessful, un- 
satisfied. 

k-ltr/b a. not liable to stumble, surefoo- 
ted; not liable to scandal. 

y^^iym, f_j a. thin, incompact, po- 
rous ; rare, subtile ; soft, liquid. 

O^f.uf/ufiut/uo/', lujiaj vn. to be dilated, 
to rarefy ; to become liquid, to liquefy. 



27 aiq. 

lifiil.iyinmiini-.ju/iilrir, <><-j/l VCI. tO Ta- 

refy ; to liquefy. [faction. 

13?"/-"j""'«-/3-/.ti s. rarefaction ; lique- 

\i?iil-u,ii.i,„i.tr,i a. that cannot be kept 
in a cage, wild, untameable. 

W^iifujli , [r s. megrim. 

\ii'f"i'L. «■ tliat does not disgust ; - 
ij/iih-fj not to disgust. 

U,%rfi-/^ s. handle. 

H-lriilr^lili a. deformed, ugly. 

UJ-^tt «• unspotted ; not freckled. 

lJ,>#^t.« o. ignorant, unlearned, stu- 
pid, awkward ; ^-i# , ignorantly, inad- 
vertently ; atall events, at all hazards ; 
j-u ij/iik-ij to connive, to dissemble. 

\iliiq.P;upiupad. cruelly, unmercifully. 

H^ii-P iMi^u/i, , 'Q^i.^p-uiiikp a. hardhear- 
ted, delighting in cruelty, cruel. 

\i^i,il3-ni-P-[,ifii s. cruelty, inhumanity. 

U,>/^/.6- a. not described, not marked, 
not written; that cannot be marked, 
hard. [without price. 

l),7«f/A a. inestimable, invaluable, 

|],%if/At^pn.. a. that drinks no wine, 
abstemious. 

]]>^^.»u/;( a. ignorant. 

U,'>,^/..i,u.i<««/", iuii>y vn. to be igno- 
rant; to forget one's self. 

\ip,^[u.,t-il. a. not to be understood, 
incomprehensible. 

]]^l.l,i„n,.p[,Jii s. ignorance, inexpe- 
rience; uHiif-liMint-P h-iuirp. , ignorantly. 

Wiq-i'P a.ad. without letters, - print; 
unwritten, verbal, oral ; ignorant, un- 
instructed ; verbally, by word of mouth. 

l];>«f/..-m a. unfindable, rare, pre- 
cious, dear. 

UJ//;^i./ii a. without a head, headless ; 
without a leader or chief. [hard. 

lJ,t/ij.&-A-^ a. that cannot be marked, 

U>^Y., q-k-,/^, i-Srua , h.fujg s. vulture. 

W^inj'lliiup.ui'ii a. who employs English 
phrases; who knows how to speak En- 
glish. [English idioms. 

ll^i^^foipuAA-ir, frj/i vn. to employ 

|],'i'/^//^iupuAn«-/?/>«-W s. anglicism. 

J^iH-i'lJiiuliiou s. who speaks English. 

}j;i,fill„uliuM% a. English; - hlit-iit-^^ , 
the Anglican church ; - puippum. , the 
English language ; htC-, anglicism. 

y^iiflliuipfii, ad. in English; after the 
English manner ; s. English, the English 
language ; - nuiu/bhi^ [uoulnj to learn, 
to speak English. [glishman. 

^?"t'd""3b ' 3'-"3 "■• English; s. En- 
6 



W"t"'i ct. ungrateful, unthankful; 
discontented, dissatisfied. 

\i}ji-nf, [ijj a.s. not existing, having 
no being; non-existence, non-entity; 

nothing ; tunujp W^iumt^iuh- t^u^ump^ 

juAif-yl,^ , God created the world from 
nothing; jufiii-nju , vainly. 

\i?>q.nfi, a. colourless. 

Wi,l.nfn,-Rt s. nothingness, nothing. 

U.i^njAi-./', lrj[, va. to despise, to 
slight, to reprove, to blame ; to jeer, to 
ridicule, to mock. 

U.i^n,A/r^. a. contemptible, despi- 
cable, blamable, condemnable. 

Hhtif-nplt a. idle, inactive, indolent, 
lazy; ineffectual, inefficacious, ineffec- 
tive; unexecuted, incomplete; uncul- 
tivated ; li-pfil'i' ~ ' ■'iv^aste land. 

Xffiif.npb-u'ii.plrili a. impracticable. 

l]?/«f.»7^S-/»^^/7t./3/irt5i s. inexecution, 
non-performance ; unfinished state. 

lt/^n^6-ui6-«._/?/.<_% s. disuse, obso- 
leteness, [indolence ; ineiScacy. 

i|J?/y»7^,a-fr«-/3fii s. idleness, inaction, 

U?/^„._/? a. incompassionate, unpi- 
tying, inhuman : cruel, barbarous, im- 
placable. 

H^nf-ni-^,// a. not foretold, not pre- 
dicted. 

Jifiif^liiuiii^.n a. illiterate, ignorant. 

Hfc^omf a. vrithout girdle. 

U,^/^ , nj , /.J s. field ; fallow, soil ; -:^ , 
the. fields, country. 

U?/ij. ad. there, yonder, in that place ; 
- f %k-ppu , therein, within ; f i/fr^ - , 
there above, yonder above; - /< •Ityp, 
down there, below ; - • • • '"""' . then. . . 
and now; u,uin L. -, here and there. 

'SS^iil.uiq.mi, a. incessant, continual ; 
restless, agitated; ad. incessantly, con- 
tinually. I 

l]?#^/x/2(t-./; tj/. va. to examine, to 
search; to think, to meditate. 

^„i.u„r, nj s. limb, member; — jo^ 
zJri_, to dissect, to dismember, to ana- 
tomize, to carve. 

\\j,il.uiiru,^^iu,liiii'ti a. anatomical. 

\S)iii.u,in,i^-lfi, s.a. anatomist. 

]J}i^i,inu,ibir,„,_p'p s. anatomy ; - mn.^ 
^it-£_, to anatomize. 

\i?'q.ifif7u,ii/7,op^'7i ad. anatomically. 

\]^ii.iuin„[3-[„_ s. the dissected parts. 

W'l-iU'Hainjiy- , [n^ffj, , ,uj , 5^/<j a.S. pa- 

ralytic, palsical. 



\}^^uii/:a^t^b-^,r vn. to be struck with 
a palsy, to have a paralytic stroke. 

TH^iij.iuin^int.i^-nt.p-lic.'b s. palsy, para- 
lysis. 

lJ>^o»i/;/#//£-(^ a, laimed, crippled- 

\]f,ii.uiiru,/at,ini.l3-[Mi-% s. lameness. 

\i},j.u/r,^uiil a.ad. prompt, diligent: 
diligently, promptly, without delay. 
fi^j^uAoi, ad. there, yonder. 
\}?,q.iaa.iu,it a. irrevocable; S. U^/, 

M^ii-utummli, Mj s. portico, porch, 

}\^i^uiu.ii,u'ii, uiij s. cultivated land, 
fields ; village. 

\]},q.u,u,n[,u,[iuii u. without educatioD, 
uneducated, ungoyerned. 

]i},q.,Miu, a. not sentenced, not con- 
demned. 

iJ^iif-uiinuiMiiiMipui a. not deserving cofl- 
demnation, blameless. 

\i)„l.ui[,Jt , [,j a. irrevocable, irreclaim- 
able; impenitent; held in mortmain. 

JUpiif-iitpJi , \i^if.,iipjuipiii£i ad. irrevo- 
cably. 

|]?/if u»irj/M» , Hfc^iu^z/iAt^ a. irreme- 
diable, irreparable, incurable. 

l],%^t«»y , •fJk'y 1 t['jl I q-lruijj S. flock, 

herd, cattle ; fields, country. 

Uj>^fr^Ar«. , U,'i!.^t^«-nii a. unshaken, 
firm, resolute. 

tidote, counter-poison. 

M)iili'i, ad. there; -,-iun. %J],'b,- 
•hfi^^'i^kb • - t"k ' ~ ''- '"I'll- . on the 
spot, immediately, out of hand, with- 
out delay. 

}\3,q.^npq. , u,j s. herdsman, shepherd. 

U?/^4-"/»y.'"4"''fc a. bucolic. 

w''tk"["i-'"-P-l'^ s. herd. 

U?'7-4-'«< a. indecent, unbecoming, un- 
seasonable ; absurd, clumsy, extrava- 
gant, ridiculous ; j~u , indecently, un- 
becomingly; awkwardly, unseasonably. 

n-J-m-iuftin, a. complaisant, easy, gra- 
cious, condescending. 

M^.f-J^plril. a. inviolable ; that cannot 
be contravened or mistaken; irrefra- 
gable. 

}}?iri.[nru„l.u,pj a-ad. irresistible ; irre- 
sistibly, beyond contradiction. 

\h,q.ju,ip S. W't-n-.^. [ble, firm. 

V^'t'l^rq-'^cl' • V^'t'ii'ti^il' "• immova- 

l],>/^'><^.uf.?,«,( a. dwelling in the a- 

byss; infernal: spread over the abyss. 



Xfyifbu-utilip a.ad. swallowed up in an 
abyss, sunk deeply ; to a great depth. 

tl?'^'i'^«</»<>/> a. deep as an abyss, un- 
fathomable. 

l)?'viif"'4fr/»<J a. dividing the abyss. 

l]?».p»^o#yt/^ a. sunk in an abyss ; 
very deep. [hellish, 

Wiii^iif-^jl^ a. very deep; infernal, 

}ji}ir^iifMiMnhtiiti>l£iu% a,$. belonging to 
the prince of hell ; prince of hell. 

ll^^>^ufiif»>n/>fi a. making a deep 
vortex; turning itself in the abyss. 

tf-filii^uiillitf-ioi a. plunged, submerged, 
precipitated in an abyss; engulfed; - 
ll-'i-lru to plunge, to engulf, to sink to 
the bottom; - u,n.%lru to submerge, to 
precipitate, to sink. 

lifiifii^iiiifinu a. fortified by a deep 
trench; very deep. 

U?'^"4 1 ll?'f 4'"4'"*' a. vexatious, 
grievous ; melancholy. 

1],?/j-fi4i7t./3/ii-1> *. melancholy, grief. 

\]),ii.n,iy.ni^ tt. unshaken, firm. 

^•tvp S. '^^iif.iipj, . [tain, peak. 

llJi^/.^ijLuA|p s.^l, summit of a moun- 

X^iq-npf, a. quiet, still, tranquil, calm, 
mild,p6aceable ; easy, convenient, com- 
fortable ; - or j>if(in-nppni- , peaceably, in 
tranquillity ; comfortably, at ease ; - 
,un^lri_, J- £,uiiiyi_, to calm, to quiet, to 
soften, to appease, to comfort. 

U^'T-n/'/'u'^/'/' s. receipt, discharge,^ 
quittance. 

IJ^itl-npixuii^m a. possessing a tran- 
quil mind, calm, of a peaceable dispo- 
sition ; magnanimous. 

H^if-nitpuAiair, lojuy vu. to composo 
one's self; to be easy, to be comfor- 
table. 

jJ^q.fjppujBni-nm'hh-iff ni-ap , Ij^n.nnnlrtt'f 

calm, to pacify; to comfort, to soften, 
to alleviate. 

U^/j.n^^/r^ a. quieting, calming, tran- 
quillizing. 

Hii^n^pni./3/itA s. tranquillity, calm, 
repose ; ease, comfort. 

l]?/^nt^ a.ad. assiduous, continual; 
assiduously, continually, incessantly. 

\i},fnL.%,l^ , ifii^f-ng s.fl. abyss, gulf; 
precipice ; the infernal regions, hell, 
tartar. 

U>^"»-»tt# a. without gates, open ; - 



29 USiT- 

p-hpiuV ih-uHL-, tattler, person of an un- 
bridled tongue. [from above. 
JH^iif-nt^uui ad, thence ; — '/' >(]:['"'-"'"* 
l)>^ ni^pWA , W^'q-p m-pirHh od. there ; 
S. W't ad. 

U^<f.».np< ad. from, since, as soon as, 
when ; radically, originally, naturally ; 
anew, afresh : even then ; - '/' •f—^'li"'-. 
p-l/iik l"rJk . from my infancy ; - j™. 
pmp^i^s-h'iik ui^uuMptii, , from the' crea- 
tion of the world. 

U^f ad. there ; beyond, on the other 
side ; yonder ; 'f .^<»y«<»/> - . to the city ; - 
^uA, pr. beyond, further than, on the 
other side of, over ; - .p>-A qitn.lj beyond 
the sea. [position. 

Uj/^puFpAy/oL^? s. metaphor; trans- 

\]i,^pu>^[,p s^ inscription. 

M^i^piu^nfl, a. further. 

n:i,if.pu,ii.u,pA U.S. reciprocal, mutual; 
inverse ; retrograde : requital, return, 
exchange. 

H^i^puiij.uipJni-P-li^'ii s. retrogression; 
reverberation, repercussion ; reflec- 
tion; rebound. 

'Q^irf.puirt.iapini-qin%!rlT, ""-jl' Va. tO 

drive back ; to reverberate ; to reflect ; 
to repel, to cause to rebound. 

Xtjiq-piuiiuiir, uitjiiij vn. to go beyond, 
to go further, to pass, to go before- 

\i},q.piM,'if[i/i , %lili oxtiliu/ii, 4""? a.*. "el- 
dest, first-born. 

\i)i^,u'jiliu,tna^ a. that destroys the 
first-born. 

'[i^iq.ptu'iili.uirlfh a. first-born. 

}i^,if.pu/iiliu/iimir, ui^uij vn. to be el- 
dest; to claim primogeniture. 

^iq-piJiiliuapiup a. that gives the right 
of primogeniture. 

\\^in.putiilfiuqni^qUihh-J* , "'-^P Va* tO 

make eldest, to give the right of pri- 
mogeniture. 

^iif.pu.'i.lini-P-liiii ۥ seniority, primo- 
geniture, right of primogeniture. 

li^if.putiltupuilip s.pU breeches, hose, 
trousers. 

1J?/^//^ni-t^ a. immoveable, firm, 
constant; inflexible. 
» la^.q-P^ni-ni-P-ltLii s- firmuoss, con- 
stancy, resolution. 

U^^^^i ad. again, anew, afresh; 
from or to the same place, in the same 
situation ; - q-iuiuinau to return ; - ulnr. 
uu/hhij to recommence ; - i«Ht/_, to re- 



rub 

peat or say over again ; S. ll?"/-4*' • [//■ • 
lliiq-pcUr^. a. Inviolable : S- W^^J^plr^ 
iS^i^pl, [fi-nj, ^fr«/3 s. statue ; bust; 

- iltp-/iii"[i[t, coloanns. [tor. 



a. statuary, seulp- 
irni^p-l'i^i s. sculpture. 

.%^, mil S. IJ?'^/'^- 






•t"p 



S-. 



^•tpb'' 
W'tpl- 
RHpI'- 

MHrh . . 

\i?t'f.pyP:p s. eructation. 

'Qy^l-lin^r, ./.j«. utiinscvibed; without 
mark; unsealed; not ratified; -without 
confirmation. [nag, hackney. 

Ujifr^, \S^.h^,uiliuti, a. interminable, 
boundless. 

Miik-ij l^kiu/iiLit a. much embarras- 
sed, much perplexed, inextricable, 
without escape ; - //- lo'inrm-,,. MM,n^,hi_, 
to hem in on all sides, to cut ofF all 
means of escape from ; - >t"-W3 > blind 
alley; street or court with only one 
entrance. [unoreate. 

B.'fct/^, f J , U>i-.£<"4"'^' o. uncreated, 

l]y,lr,^lt[,'i, a. born of increated God. 

l]>t,^u#4fr^.« a. made by increated 
God. 

fJjilr.iuAt-il, a. that cannot be created. 

D>t^puy^ a. without brother. 

Hr^p a. incorruptible, indissoluble ; in- 
delible, not to be effaced; inviolable. 

\iy,h,ip-n,-P^.-'i, s. incorruption, indis- 
Bolubleness. 

l)?/tYf «-/?/«-% s. uncreated state. 

liy.lri^lri, a. unblamable. 

tl>t/», y s. wife's father, father-in- 
law ; - \^['iiui%ai'iini^ or \Jip^u/jiiu%iTp , An- 
tilibanus. 

\iy,k(,mJ-[,^„ a. unmusical. 

\\},lriimJ-^„n,.p[,M.% s. ignorance of 
music. 

\}f,kiiui%uiir, uijujf vn. to become fa- 
ther-in-law, brother-in-law. 

Ij^i/rpuiiiii/ii , \]y,t-ii,atiu/ri,u^ a. not bro- 
ken in, unruly; unbridled, unreined, 
ungoverned, debauched. [nab 

Itfct/rp a. not bounded by time, eter- 

Hiit^t^, ]jy,lri,/r/fnf tt. that lias no 
night, that always enjoys the light; 
eternal, endless. 

il' ' j^''^p''''-'"lib o.nd. invisible, hidden, 
obscure; ignoble; invisibly. 



30 in.ii 

. I lJ?/t^fr--.»4.«/fr^. a. unimaginable. 

\\),Irph^u.'l,''&.\]^,lrpy.-u,ll. 

]S^L-[,lr.-n,p^ , .-n.-Pl'3 a.ad. invisible, 
vanished ;' imperceptible, insensible ; 
gr. infinitive ; j-u , ufiMlrpin-n.-P-iupjup , 
invisibly; -. J-" dfi-i^u to vanish, to 
disappear ; - il^-iri<; < disappearance. 

\iy,lr[,lr.-n,-P^,u'llu„r, U.J-uj Vfl, tO Va- 

nish, to disappear. 

cause to disappear, to hide. [hidden 



y^'lrpl-' 



pirp.ali a. v;hose veins are 



s. disappearing, disappearance. 

\i).hpliu,p a. without iron, - chains. 

i.ujj.uuiku , \^-irpke":M' «• doubtless, 
indubitable, sure, certain, unquestion- 
able, incontestable, indisputable ; ad. 
doubtless, indubitably, certainly. 

^y,lrpliii„^n,-[3 [.Li, S' certainty, cer- 
titude. 

Jiy,irpliir.-.„i, a. safe, free from dan- 
ger ; bold, fearless ; certain, doubtless; 
infallible, faithful ; acf. safely, in safety; 
certainly ; boldly, fearlessly. 

\if,frpllr^uin.-P[.^'L s. Safety; confi- 
dence, security; boldness. 

1).^%4/.^,^, jM^irpkb'-v ' Mi'i^pkt'-'vf- 
p.„P a.ad. fearless, bold, courageous, 
intrepid ; fearlessly ; courageously, in- 
trepidly. [God, irreligious. 

li>,fr^^/i<_y.«6- a- that has no fear of 

\\i.irplil..-q^..irn,-Pl,ii, s. irroligion. 
' \i),i^pli[.,-,in,-Pl,iX s. fearlessness. 

\S),trpliJl,u, , \)^lrpiiJh,lriP O. wlthOUt 

hesitation, resolute, certain. 

\iy,irplpui.{.i,pit!rip a. that cannot be 
cultivated. 

\)y,lrp^p„iu,.i.nL- a. that doesnotadore, 
indevout, irreligious. [in-law's son). 

\if,lrp^pq.[,sm. brother-in-law, (father- 

\]y,ir,^ a. not enough cooked, raw. 



'lutiuiqiUi 



* a. indifferent. 



V}?,^uim^u^/nt./?/,<_'i,. «. indifference. 
1]>^.i/^^ a. unadorned, without em- 
bellishment; unpolished, uncivilized. 



a^. 



qiuptt-i 



.Aui.r, iiijui) vn- to be divest- 



ed of ornament. 

\]y,^iipi^iiijni-^uj%irir, nt-^l' DO. to dlvest 
of ornament, to despoil, to disfigure. 

l]>;ju/^7-n«-/?/.<-i 4\ state of any thing 
without ornament, disfiguration, despo- 
liation. 



U^fu/i.ui( , luj a. childless; barren . 

itJ', nL.j[, va. to deprive of childring, 
to kill children. 

U.IVfuK.uf^^tr, Irjiai vn, to be bereayed 
of children. 

'^iqui^uiliai.p [ii^i s. state of a person 
ber-eft of children; barrenness. 

U^/^jsu/,^ a. at leisure, disengaged, 
unemployed, undisturbed. 

\^ilp.,uqnM.p-f s. leisure, tranquillity. 

\\)iq^uiili o. insensible, imperceptible. 

W^i^jlJuiT, tag a. rascally, knavish,''ro- 
guish, wicked; foolish, mad. 

'^•,l-f.,u,nup,„p ad. foolishly, stupidly; 
imprudently, perversely. 

U,'fcjjf.««/tjn£.j«At«/', gnt-ijli va. to en- 
rage, to make wieked. 

\S)iq>fjuilliir, iiL-gi'tj vn. to be rascally, 
to be knavish, to be wicked; to become 
mad, to grow mischievous. 

\S%iii-ui,rni-l3-l,i^, s. roguery, knavery ; 
malignity, ill turn, wicked action. 

t!?'?3-"i7' 1'3 "• insensible, inanimate, 
dull, stupid; besotted, infatuated, stu- 
pified. 

l)?'Yy-"^/> ^/U?'?jf-'f/i jU.^'YJ-'W'' D.*"ef-"'- 
juip.uip ad. insensibly, imperceptibly; 
stupidly. 

\}^qy-utjittf^tu^b S. \j?"l^"^/ a. 

M^iufiyu/iiMi/; wji-y vn. to be insen- 
sible, to be stupid ; to be infatuated. 

U'^'?y-'?/'"j'"-j"'^'^'^' ""st ^^" to infa- 
tuate, to stupify, to hebetate ; to de- 
prive of reason. 

l}fian-u/slii/'t li-nutj O, \}Jinn-iujis/lttutP* 

\l?iqy.>y„,-l3-[,ui, s. insensibility, stu- 
pidity, apathy, indolence, lethargy. 

'\i^,^u,/„L.% , Jinig a. insensible. 

ij,^>^7-u.».» , /ij a. not vigilant, care- 
less, inattentive; j-n, j-ta ad. in- 
sensibly. 

JH^tfif-uiuuint-P-liE^i s. want of a vigi- 
lance, carelessness, inattention. 

Ji^'q-t^/i^ •t"'-it3 a. incautious, uncir- 
cumspect, inconsiderate, imprudent, 
unwary, heedless. 

}^ti^f-^ju ll?'^n«-2£"/i"'/» ad. without 
precaution, inadvertently, imprudently. 

\S)„l^ni^^,.p l„i, s. want of circum- 
spection, unwariness, imprudence, in- 
considerateness, negligence. 

1],%^o%, I'g a. stupid, foolish, sense- 
less, indiscreet. 



\i)"l^'i2.< /'J a., impenitent, irreclaim- 
able ; irrevocable. 

y^iiflrpd^ a. ineiftricable. 
l]>2.47» a. unarmed. 
\S?"(l.'pli a. undeprived. 

1],>,^«A™^. a. not to be repented of, 
not to be regretted. 

\]i"lil2j"-Pt s. impenitence, obduracy. 

fl?,;^//A , l]?/,^A-«//-/A ■ ^■•^%lr[b a. in- 
considerable, imperceptible. 

Mf-q^^a. without sacrifice; unworthy 
to be sacrificed. 

ll>,^»y^ a. odd, not apair; different, 
dissimilar ; - .t"V^''U *<> spoil the pair, 
to render dissimilar. [ed. 

\^i„in,lu,'i,..,il a- that cannot be refresh- 

l].'>,^„^,f .»4.-A a. matchless, incompa- 
rable, unparalleled, unequalled. 

l]^qn.-^u,lim-i,n.-P[i s. matchlessness, 
incomparableness, excellence. 

U.%i^„«.Y'"4j"'-P/'"-'*' *• disjunction, se- 
paration : virginity. 

\i},^t^i.n.-P[,t^- s. disparity, inequa- 
lity ; disjunction, separation; discord, 
division, dissension, disunion: virgi- 
nity, [ble, infinite, perpetual. 

]}}„l,„u^ , li^'ti""'-"''/'"'' «• interraina- 

Wi,qo2Ui^M>i a. disinterested. 

U.^,.^,,^, .«go. without power, weak, 
impotent, feeble ; unmanly, faintheart- 
ed; inefficacious, insufficient; invalid. 

\ii„lo[,.„'i.u^,r, ,„jj,,.jvn. to lose strength, 
to be feeble. 

\i^„l^[,u,gnL.gu.%/rj; otj/. va. to render 
feeble, without force, to render po- 
werless, [ness ; invalidity. 

Wi^pnt-PliL^i s. weakness, feeble- 

l)>4^, kl'j, l]?'4-"'4 a.s. that does not 
exist, null, none : nothing, non-entity. 

U.%4^64. , V'*^/'j *•?'• imprecation, ma- 
lediction; execration, horrour, dete- 
station. 

\i'j,kn,-Pl„Si. s. nothingness. 

}i),p,l^...ib , M^.p.^u.'iiu.ib a. not desi- 
rable, detestable. 

IJ.V-'f'V ' W'tL-'ph-'^it «• impatient ; 
intolerable, insupportable. 

\}^,p,/i-,.jt.lri[, a. that cannot be ta- 
ken ; incomprehensible, inconceivable. 

a. incontestable, indisputable. 

^/".//^//."j a. unresisting; resistless, ir- 
resistible- [parent. 
W),l^„l.,l.l.>r,u^,„P a. not opaque, trans- 



5].%^%*^, etc. S. W-i[h.„iru etc. 

Wi'i^iq-^uia, a. uninterrupted, conti- 
nual, successive; ad. uninterruptedly, 
successively. 

\i)-l^i,l.Jlil,uiL,u[i ad. immediately. 

Wt'j^i'j^JIilu.Iiu.'i, a. immediate. 

M^i/A^Jli^iril, a. inseparable, indivi- 
sible ; continual- 

, D>£*^m»«. a. that cannot be jolted 
out of its place, fast; firm, steadfast. 

U,i^%^»itA,z.^ a. incapable, unquali- 
fied, insufficient. 

\]tntJii.nJii,u^ni-P^l,ti, s. incapacity, 
inability. 

Ji^'n/^iq-n^it-il, a. inadmissible. 

\i:r,f^iP-tn.%^, a. illegible, unreadable. 

M^H^p^plij^ a. supperless. 

y\^ij^,liuii_ S. D,>/^'iy.#7«.%i-^. ; - il'blrij to 
be inadmissible. 

U.'i^'fc^fr^a. without companion, alone. 

Wn^-ljtrpuiliu.'ii a. unsociable ; unso- 
cial, [ness. 

^■liiilikpiali.u'i.nL.p^lti^u s. unsociable- 

W'i^ilitrf,,ui,i^l, a. that loves not his 
companions. 

U-VM^'^z/' a. indomitable, invincible, 
inflexible, unconquerable. 

Hfiftii^ij, s. want of fortune, poverty. 

U>^^i#«A-£^ a. not familiar, strange ; un- 
accustomed; indocile, wild, savage. 

\iiil^tinirini.p-l,Li, g. waut of familia- 
rity; disuse; indocility, ferocity. 

Hfifj^iuipuipiui, , \}^i^„„p„,^u,puii, ad. 
indiscreetly, imprudently. 

H^.f^iinpn,/^ a. indiscreet, imprudent. 

ll,V*"'f"y."'-/*/"-^' s. indiscretion, im- 
prudence. 

W'ltuuihplit.p S. \^iiintlrp[iM-n, 

\i)iPuiq.uj^„P a. kingless. 

l^iP-iufuu/iii a. without importunity, 
- intrusion. 

\i),[3-u„i^ a. unburied. 

U?,/?.«*„j/,^ s. armful, any thing car- 
ried under the arm-pit. 

\i^,l3-,t,it.ujir a. unfading; incorrupti- 
ble: s. amaranth. 

\ifi[9-ij,i„u,/i s. arm-pit, 

\ii,(3 u.[,^,r,u-i,, \i),p^,„i,^n^%til, a. with- 
out interpreter; that cannot be trans- 
lated; inexplicable. 

uihu ad. inexplicably. 

^Puipp, M^.p^uMpPm^ a. earnest, 
steadfast; with fixed eyes. 



52 U^d- 

U^iPtup^'f S. |],'fc/3-#i/n,i«#/*. 

|J>//?«»3 a. dry. 

W},p,u^ a. unspilt ; raw, unprepared. 
W^Puiilia/iij, i)},pui^iu/ifj[ii a. opa- 
que, impenetrable. [penetrability. 
\i),p„„/,u//.jl[ni-P[,ii> s. opacity, im- 



U.W*" 



W'R 



fupni-uui t 



\i.iR' 



'■e- 



^il, a. incoucealable, manifest, evi- 
dent, public. 

\S^p-lr,U [, s. wood embers ; - £,uip^uM_ 
%h-ir, to cover the fire with ashes. 

\S^,Ph,[..;l S. l]?,^t,^-»/. 

li^p/rpl, a. entire, complete, perfect; 
ad. entirely, completely. 

\]?,ph-^, /13 a. without wings. 

\S),pir^, a. peeled, scaled. 

\i?,pkpl^il' ^- inflexible, stiff. 

X^ph^^^Pliiii s. inflexibility, stiff- 
ness, hardness. [consul. 

\i^,P[iuiii>,nn,i , XijiP^li-uituinnu S. prO- 

}},%Pl,uiu.u,n.-P[,.-i. s. proconsulship. 

Jj^tPl-i. a. innumerable, immense. 

U>/3^fti/.n a. unoircumcised. 

\i^,PlJ,uiu,ni-P [it^ s- uncircumcision; 
prepuce. [inexpiable. 

lJ?//3«^, W'Pn'iiJ' a. unpardonable, 

Yi^iPn/i, a. without poison. 

}i^,pn^u.i a. without pension, wages ; 
without the last Sacrament. 

IIVJ^ nr/iia. without nephews ornieces. 

U^/Jm-zu^/oi , Ji^fPnck-i^ a. innume- 
rable, [not baked. 

\i^jPni-[i})r a. unhaked ; - uu-if,,,), , urn 

U?#e/-u«/"o. too late; unseasonable; 
unforeseen, unexpected. 

la^.J-u.iTu.'i, a. that cannot arrive ; not 
arrived, slow, tardy. 

Xi^iJ-uiiruAiuiii a. not limited or subject 
to time, eternal; unseasonable. 

Uj/J-ui//«A</.4</.fi<u^ or ui^u ad. unsea- 
sonably ; eternally. 

\}Jt<r~ tu tlti/but l^ ■ 

\i,%J-,iiJh.-P[,Jii s. mischance, disap- 
pointment ; unseasonableness. 

}jy,J uin.iu'iMif. a. heirless. 

UjicAu/n-^i^fr//', A-jf va. to deprive of 
heirs ; to disinherit. 

^J-u.n-ufiif.n,^p\,.^ s. heirless state, 
want of succession ; disinherison. 

U.^c/-/ui/.i-^ a. incontestable, unde- 
niable. 

lJ.^cf #.y J- a. intolerant, impatient ; 
incontinent, intemperate, immoderate ; 
violent. 



WiiJ-m-J-iupiui, ad. impatiently ; in- 
temperately. 

\^iJ-ni-J-u,'liatir, uigiy Vll. to loSB pa- 

tience, to grow impatient. 

\Si'J-nL.J-lrili a. intolerable, insuppor- 
table, [nent, intemperate. 

\i^iJ-nM.J-ii„,i_ a. impatient ; inoonti- 

s. impatience; intolerance; inconti- 
nence, intemperance; immoderation, 
violence. 

'\])iJ-uil,n, a. sorrowful, grave, s'eripus 
(in countenance). 

05'/'A-i uM%trni s. nit. [curse. 

li^iliiruip.u/iini-P-1,1^ s. malediction, 

ll.'///i6-/upA-^ a. that bears a curse; that 
curses. [imprecation. 

\bipifui,l.pni-Pj s. malediction, curse, 

U.>'/'S-<"4<«-«- ,■ HV'^'"^"'-/' o. loaded 
with curses ; - ujnjiilrjj to load with 
maledictions. 

Mi.l.itu,%ir,r, (.frf,, \i^.[,lti^.r, i-^f. va. to 
curse, to imprecate ; to detaste, to 
loathe, to abhor, to forswear, to deny 
upon oath. [S. l];i./.5^i«4»«-«. . 

W^iliituMinuipm a. worthy to be cursed; 

Uj/^S-t/^Y. a. cursed. 

Ji^^j^^timili a. unintelligible, incon- 
ceivable, incomprehensible. 

]^,l,inu%,uitni-Pji s- unintelligibility ; 
incomprehensibility. 

Wjil.Jiauin a, foolish, senseless, insi- 
pid; irrational, absurd. 

|],'^//»/;«u»/u/i/^^ a. that does not love 
wisdom, ignorant; unphilosophical. 

W^fniliiJrtlinuiiiiftnnt-P-lliSli ^ \jjiliiftuuinni^^ 

/?/.£-%*. folly, senselessness, absurdity. 

H^ipi/hij a. incomprehensible ; insen- 
sible, [nothingness. 

Ufip,^, l^i^j a. pennyless, poor;*. 

JJ^i^^.u'ti a. without a prince, - chief, 
- governor, in anarchy ; vulgar, ple- 
beian. 

W},[,^u/i,nLj3-^i-'ri s. anarchy. 

X^liuli, [ij a. not real, false; acci- 
dental. 

H},[iun'r, , [, s. anise. 

U.%/#^»i»i a. bodiless, difformed. 

\i},[,[,u.^, ,„j a. unjust, iniquitous, 
wicked; injurious, offensive; perfi- 
dious, disloyal ; false, illegitimate ; ty- 
rannical ; ad. -, j-[i , j-u , unjustly, 
iniquitously. 

y^l,pi„i.,M,mtr,„ti a. that hates the jin- 
just or the injustice. 



5 l].^^^ 

m^'l-puji^uijl, a.ad. unjust ; ad. unjustly. 

W>[ipiiit,lrir, lrcf[, va. to offend, to sin 
against, to wrong, to injure, to abuse, 
to hurt. 

\l?'[.p,uL[„r, ir^.u, vn. to be unjust, to 
be unrighteous ; to sin, to fail in duty. 

lI?//>fr,«._„L/3/,t.i s. injustice, iniquity ; 
injury, wrong, offence, affront; tres- 
pass ; oppression. 

Iv'/"-' *'"'-"ji */</«-/i, nM-uij s. wheel; 

- •nTplr'1,,,,,1, 'I- of a machine ; -jhn.u'i.l, , 
grindstone; - /""^".^.^j, jack; - .»,,»_ 
J"3' S'S; - •"n-ui^uiliniiinui, 'i,ii,i_[fi, , cap- 
stern, capstan. 

M^i^qn,. a. without a tongue, dumb. 
\i}nbn^Pl,t.% s. imperfection, fault ; 

— ^luutsitil^ uiiluiq , youth. 

[i?'ll'[i a. incomplete, imperfect. 
\i?,it!"-i a. free from vexation, tran- 
quil. 

0?Y*""'4/a. U.*'/*-"/'^- a. disjoined, se- 
parate ; that cannot be united ; virgin. 

Wf'ci/^ I uj'-^ba ct- indissoluble ; in- 
soluble. 

Bf'isj" «• dark, obscure. 

U?Y£/.. a. disobedient. [pure. 

U?/£ifi.u.y , lt>Y»,..,«j a. unwashed, im- 

U,^Y>i«-6-u.^«/% , \lf,^jM-&ii/i,t-ip a. indis- 
soluble, incorruptible ; insoluble, not 
to be decomposed ; that cannot be de- 
ciphered, [ble- 

U?Y£"-6-/'^ a. indissoluble, incorrupti- 

UJilni-iii-PliiSb S. U^liinifni-P-liii, . 

y?iini-ul,1i, a. moonless, dark. 

U.%"-;' "• unheard of, new, extraor- 
dinary; deaf; disobedient; without 
news, - tidings. 

Ufl^uiiLiap , Xj^lin-ulliu/Tt , \}},£n.t^^i a. 

that never ceases to speak; incessant ; 
ad. incessantly. 

\l,%iunq_ a. deaf; disobedient. 

W'ls^n'in'-P-lit^i s. disobedience. 

W'U!"'-["t ^* D?'£""j^' 

l],%/«™p a. infallible ; sure. 

/jii/i, , [p,/u,a/u,„t-iP a. firm, unshakeable ; 
indissoluble, incorruptible; inviolable. 

\if,/iii„i a.- ripe. [peace, turbulent. 

\]^,/iiiu,iuj,iiiiu/^li a. that loves not 

\],%fii,.qii,j a. without movement, sta- 
tionary ; indeclinable. 

^lt.^»-/t.^, lr^[i vna. to be economical ; 
to spare, to except; to respect; to 
preserve. 

Wfiluuf/ni-PliLi, s. economy ; respect ; 
exemption; preservation. 



J^.^iui,.'!, a. unmixed, simple, pure. 

Hf./„u,a.i„..Rl-^. s. purity, unmixed 
state ; intemperance. 

DS-Zuu/fV^"'/" a. sincere, ingenuous; 
loyal, faithful ; simple, unadulterated; 
well disposed; ad. sincerely; loyally, 
faithfully, with simplicity, innocently. 

lif'fiuipfuuip a. unruined, solid. 

IkV""'/'/'"/" «• without base or foun- 
dation ; anchorless. 

D.V"«"/»2_ «. not boiled, raw. 

\ii>/uai.-u,[i a. clear, luminous, bright. 

U.V"""/""^ a- incessant, unintermit- 
ted, unceasing, continual; unobstruc- 
ted; ad. without opposition or inter- 
mission, constantly, incessantly, con- 
tinually. 

Mi-lu^lb a. indivisible, infrangible. 

XHiliikp a. unsuspicious ; sincjere. 

]i,y.,l„^u. not scrupulous ; unexcep- 
tionable. 

UV"/"" «• tliin, uncompact, porous. 

1],V"'^/'> h "• unleavened, azymous, 
unfermented. [stitute. 

\],y,/biu,ra. unprotected, forlorn, de- 

\i^/u'i,uiJ:u/iui^i~ a. that does not pro- 
tect; unprotected, forlorn. 

Mi-lu'bii.Jhir, hijl, va. to be careless. 

l],i/iA«..Ait./?/iii *. carelessness, heed- 
lessness. 

\^,l„'i„uj , J- , a.ad. without compas- 
sion; indiscreetly, prodigally, profu- 
sely. 

|JJ//,i.«yt.r, fry^ un. to be lavish, to 
be prodigal; to be void of com- 
passion. 

\i^,[u%,yn.-P^I,Jb s. cruelty; prodiga- 
lity, profusion. 

li^i/rAj-l-ir a. unsought, unsearched. 

I],^^n4t,ra. imprudent, indiscreet; 
inconsiderate, unadvised, rash. 

\iy,f,n^l-J'utpu-P ad. imprudently. 

U5//oo4t./;Fi.pf <-■*# s. imprudence. 

U?//i/o,^ a. that does not search or 
examine; unsought, unsearched; in- 
scrutable, unsearchable. 

l]>/uo'iu//74A-^f a. that cannot be hum- 
bled, stern, undaunted: firm. 

U,^/^/i>%i»<- a. unmoistj dry. 

Hi./##»A£^ a. indefatigable ; fresh, unfa- 
tigued ; stubborn, obstinate ; ad- inde- 
fatigably. [diment. 

U?,/.//.^ a. without obstacle or impe- 

Wfi/unn. a. not stolen, not purloined, 
not undermined, entire, perfect. 



54 U.'blr 

\}),p,auinp , [i?,fi,n,.,ai,%uii Of. that does 
not wander; straight. [artless. 

\i?,fuiipu,tniiH a. ingenuous, naive, 

\i9,/unp4nL.i,^ a. inconsiderate, rash, 
imprudent. 

{i^/unp'itii-irif. , lfe/'"/»4/»¥-"'F'"/' ad. im- 
prudently, inconsiderately, without ri- 
flection. [ness. 

U,V""^4/'7-"'^"'-/^^'-* *• thoughtless- 

|],'>//u/7^4^^ui«{w4 , "'J a. that does not 
keep secret, indiscreet. 

U?//««^4^^u#u;«#4n«-/*? *. indiscretion. 

U,%^/7^4^^o.-/J/<iJfc s- inconsiderate- 
ness, rashness, temerity. 

H}'/""['z_ a. without a bay. 

{ifilunp^Jf a. inevitable. 

M^i/unj, W^i/anjirit a. invuluBrable. 

0?//u/7j»iL/3^f tir s. invulnerability. 

U?'/""'-t a. indestructible; inconsi- 
derate, blind, unthinking. 

|],%/uni-2C»«^ a. intrepid, calm. 

l].'>//H«.#7i/^a.unrufiied, calm, peaceable. 

U^/un-oi/j \}),pin-nM[u,p,ti(f ad. wlthout 

perturbation. [Hty. 

l}.V""-"'t"-'3/"^' *• calmness, tranquil- 

ad. indifferent ; indiscreet ; indifferent- 
ly; indiscreetly. 

\iy„aipnj a. without interval or in- 
termedium, [cretion. 

\i)>lumpn.-[3^[,ii s. indifference ; indis- 

W^tliipMit[unju 1 jj^ifiipui/unt-iili-ili a, dis- 
heartened, dispirited, cowardly. 

n^./upuiiT, '[S^ilup-uiruimhib a. breach- 
less, solid. 

u^Mliipium f Aq f ^^[iipuMtitutfiMiMb a. undi- 
sciplined, irregular, licentious, incor- 
rigible. 

\l?ifupu,i„n,^p-[ii-'ii s. indocility ; irregu- 
larity, licentiousness ; incorrigibleness. 

Mfipioii a. dumb ; irrational. 

Hpi/uouuitiiiir, •"ji^j vn. to become 
dumb ; to be dumb ; to be silent. 

U,V»oooi-/?/>«-i «. dumbness ; irratio- 
nality. 

ttfc6-,«^i-£/i o. that cannot be enligh- 
tened, dark, gloomy. 

|],?i6-u//i, U>&-<u^u>(<u% a. inconsu- 
mable ; incombustible. 

\iiiituiluiiip.uip , wiirmfiuiui^ti ad. with- 
out being consumed. 

Mf.iruiqf,^ a. that does not flower or 
blossom. [serious. 

U^/6-iofj/ a. that never smiles, grave, 

m^lfiir^nui-ni., u#j a. that does not 



ridicule, not acornful, not apt to de- 
ride, [tough. 

HfeS-u.!/" a. that cannot be chewed, 

''^liru/uaili a. that is not moclied ; 
free from shame. 

U^.d-mt/o/?- , \,^ a. ignorant; unknown; 
foreign; ignoble, obscure; j-u, ad. 
ignorantly, unwittingly ; incognito, 
without being known; j-u i[/bt-i_, to be 
in disguise ; to feign or counterfeit. 

M^iS^ tiAolS-aiiioif', ui^iuj vn. to be un- 
known; to be disguised. 

H.'fcJ-ion. a. treeless. 

\]),6-u>a.oy a. free ; without servants. 

U^.irian-iafaMliu/ii a. that Is not servile, 
free. 

\i^(t,..upirit S. U.^.6^«"«r. [tile. 

\if,}>-,ui.,aik-[lf a. irreducible ; not duc- 

\ifi(tli;u uig s. magpie, pie. 

not subject to the effects of age, per- 
petual, durable. [ren, steril. 
Ufiii-pi a. unbegotten, unborn ; bar- 
W^.i/bt-in^PltHi s. unborn state. 
\\},b-%nt-P[,t.% s. barrenness: S. H*. 



^'lilr^ii-P [ti^ . 



[steril. 



ll>»i-W/^«»4««A , Mjiiriini^iii. a. barren, 

\S),hViiiiJii-[3-l,i^ s. sterility. 

\^,irn-Jf a. that does not give suck ; 
that no longer suckles. 

[],>.6-n<.^ a. not agitated by the wa- 
ves, calm, peaceable. 

M^lf, [••/ a. proper, fit; -4-. v.imp. it 
ought, it is right, it is proper ; j- lriui_ 
"bt-ij. to be completed, accomplished, 
finished. 

XS^^iuqiT a. unbuilt, unfurnished, un- 
prepared, not ready ; unbound. 

W^^unjirni-P-fii^i s. want of construc- 
tion, unfurnished state, imperfection. 

\])iliui[u a. independent, free; free 
from all attachment, disengaged. 

U^i^u./uf.i./^/iJi s. independence, free- 
dom. 

JS^i^Muh-, fij a. fallen; abject, vile, 
despicable; booty, spoil. 

|],%(u<6:n<./?^^<->< s. fallen state, humi- 
liation, [ad. involuntarily. 

X^^liiuiT a. involuntary, forced ; j-u , 

y^i^utinuini-P [.Li, , Hfi/itui/ht-Ppii, s. 

unwillingness, constraint, compulsion. 

^ui/ai^i a. unestablished, unfounded, 
unsupported, uncertain, frail. 

Jj^i^u/ii , Jt^ s. mortar ; ikunL.i_ j-[i , to 
pound or beat in a mortar. 



5 USilf 

M^iliuA^irj, a. that cannot rise 
again ; that cannot be reestablished. 

\]i,li„/iiirir, ,u%lil,va. to lay the ground- 
work of lace; to weave; to twine. 

U.V-iuA/,,/-, u.'iiiiu.jvn. to fall ; to chance, 
to happen; to descend, to flow; to 
steal away, to slip away, to escape ; to 
fall to ruin, to decay, to be impaired, 
to decline, to fail; to place one's self, 
to fix one's self, to belong, to have re- 
lation to; to put down, to deposit; to 
pass away; - i>i-q-, to undergo; to sink 
under ; - Irphu..,^ , to be put out of 
countenance, to be abashed; - ?^«.. 
H"-.p, to hold a long discourse; - jn^, 
to associate with (any one), to be inti- 
mate with, to confide in;-/. Jl„nu , 
ifuio^, J, alipin, to remember, to re- 
call ; - [, T<ui%iuuiuii,i, , I, ^L. , jm-iji , to 
voyage, to travel; - /. #^^»,, to come 
upon unawares, to attack, to surprise ; 
~l>tr„„^j, to become made, to lose one's 
reason ; - /. 4ti,„j , to die, to lose one's 
life ; - /. jKL.,,,,) , to lose hope, to become 
desperate; - p 'Unoy trphuu.^, to fall 
upon one's face, to prostrate; -j/..»« 
"■-/» "'-.p I to throw one's self or fall at 
the feet of some one ; - [• ilrn.u m-pm^ , 
to fall in the hands or power of some 

one ; — /.//^ nt^i/tr^, f^i*^ J^iilli-u/hiit "UP n^'i- 

•yp, to come to blows, to fight, to 
combat, to quarrel, to dispute ; - jj,^ 
lutu'iinL.p-h'iii; , to lose one's authority, 
to fall from one's power. 

y^iltufbn'b a. irregular, anomalous. 

^liu,'i,„'b„i_pj,tX s. irregularity, ano- 
maly, [the apocrypha. 

'^iiliiu'iin'ii.uliui'i, a. apocryphal ; - i^bp^ . 

U^/^u'^ion. , JJ^^iu^uin-uin-ni- a. that doBS 

not take bribes, incorruptible, honest. 

li^itfiuui a. loose, untied, free. 

D.M«""«"'-<" . ll?/4'""i"'*x/' "• that can- 
not be plundered or robbed. 

H?,f[,M,at^, a. incessant, unceasing. 

[piiiiiiu//u,i>- , Pj a. sure, certain, indu- 
bitable. 

ad. surely, certainly, doubtless. 

W^i^uiinuili a. not in jest, serious. 

U,'&^u«»u.^ a. imperfect, incomplete, 
defective, faulty ; ad. imperfectly, in- 
completely, faultily; s- gr. imperfect 
tense. 

WifliminuMpiah o. infinite, endless. 

\}^t/^tmnitiph-fnL^PptJtt t \\^illujinutpnt^[3-[i 

7 



s. imperfection, incomplete state ; de- 
fectiveness, want, faultiness- 

Xifi^u-p a. seamless ; not sewed : in- 
capable, unable, weak, feeble, impo- 
tent ; impossible; - 4-. it is impos- 
sible. 

\ift^mp,u%iair, lu^iui vn. to be unable, 
to be incapable, to be insufficient. 

H^^uip^ a. without order, in disor- 
der, disorderly, irregular, confused, 
indistinct, not methodical ; intempe- 
rate, inordinate, immoderate, exces- 
sive, licentious. 

}ii,liu,[,^u,uiliu ad. disorderly, out of 
order, in confusion, irregularly ; inor- 
dinately, excessively, intemperately. 

UH"'/''?*''^' %/' va. to disorder. 

JS^iliiup^ni-P-liLfii s. disorder, confu- 
sion, irregularity; inordinateness, in- 
temperance, excess, immoderation. 

W>/i"'i'tfipp , U^^u-^t^/fj a. incom- 
passionate, cruel, inhuman; inflexible, 
inexorable. 

M^.liuipirltjni-P^tSh s- want of com- 
passion, insensibility. 

J^liuipfr , \^,lii„pirlr[t a. unexpected, 
unforeseen, extraordinary, unaccoun- 
table ; j-u , ad. suddenly. 

y,'^^u^^^u#m t \fftliuip^iiimlriy a. not 
mended, not repaired; irreconcilable. 

IJ,>4u<^n,^ a. unable, feeble, incapa- 
ble. 

y^/iujpni-ia-^iJi, s. impossibility ; inca- 
pacity. 

\}},/iu,pom a.notindigent,notin want. 

W^il/.upomiii-zii-ir a. not compelled to 
move on the ground. 

U.'S/^.u^oo.nt/sft.li s. plenitude, ful- 
ness, abundance. 

y^ilflr^'iinjf , uii) s. hospital. 
llM^'Z.*"^"'/'^ «• certain, sure. 

iruiiL^np, \^ilih^l,li a. sincere, candid, 
frank, ingenuous ; true, loyal, faithful ; 
ad. sincerely, ingenuously, candidly. 

X^iliirqb^ni-P-l.i^ii s. sincerity, can- 
dour ; loyalty, fidelity ; honour, truth. 

\}f,lih,i.„ a. unsullied, pure. 

U,i;^ffc,j./^% a. lifeless, dead; cold, 
without ardour, - animation ; inanima- 
te ; s. chem, azote. 



8 ITbir 

tt>/4ty, \S),^l^pu,ll^I-p a. that does 
not eat ; not eaten : ihat has nothing to 
eat, famished. 

\ijhJI[t-pu,/jpn,-P-l,Li, s. want of food ; 
hunger: phthisis. 

H^i^t-pui , \i^l[lrpaiiupa/it u. shapcless ; 
unformed, imperfect ; ugly. 

H^Jitpuiiui-pt-ip a. that cannot be fi- 
gured ; not to be described ; unimagi- 
nable. [.'• deformity. 

\i^JI[/i-pu£utpitiiin£-[3-[i£^ y Jj^tJ^/rpMi^nt-iS-^ 
W^i^t-puiuii-np S. W'it^p"!' 

Ijfi^t^, \^,li(,qlrji a. unbumt ; incom- 
bustible, [pause, eternal. 
Hi^t"- a. without a point ; without 

!]>i^t'"*"'i. <^- 110^ ^*' ^o burn ; that 
will not burn. 

]i?>Ji[''i' a.m. unmarried. 

DMl'P a. not subject to passions; 
impassive, incapable of suffering. 

M^JtlipP- a. uncultivated, uncivilized, 
unpolished; indocile, untractable. 

tl>4fj a. not united, separate ; not 
closed, not healed. 

\\^l[[,Ji,, lihu.'t.g s. angle; corner, 
nook ; - T^,u'i,uiuiu,pi,l, , turning of the 
road ; pn«-/3- - , obtus-angled, obtusan- 
gular ; un,-p - , acute-angled ; - 4«»oiu#_ 

\}p,/i[„Jiiui^u,[_ a. angular ; - i/4r«/*, .p-^p , 
corner-stone. 

lJ>4/ftSru»^ui^ s. goniometer. 

\)?,iliti,aj^^nt-P[>--'ii s. goniometry. 

U,*/4^timt,n^ a. angulous, angular. 

U.^^^ S. 0,Hv_ and U.J'v-fr'i^ s. [l\ite. 

\i^//fl[iinui'jiujJ', ifj-y vn. to be disso- 

\^iliiiq.pntJi a. without incense, - ob- 
lation. 

Mi'lti't-e ' U>4'*!f!^z/' o- not marked, un- 
sealed: not baptized. 

l]M2t"-> U.'^fcf^*-^ «• that cannot be 
weighed ; inestimable, incomparable. 

]i^i^nfu, ]i)'lin[ulrib «. untroddcn, de- 
sert. 

lj>4n,^fi, , .^//fj , i^j , %ui^ ^. bed ; mat- 
tress ; nuptial couch ; - ,u%uij,mu/ii , ^_ 
"buipij., truckle-bed; [unp^ •M.'blim^nj , al- 
cove ; fifr/^ ju/blini^ili , 'l/li^f^jnL.jiMi'iihu 

to put to bed ; i'hiui_ j- , 'Mvpt^, to go to 
bed: i}-ku,pu,ilg -, feather-bed ; j«"p_ 
fall's ~' straw-bed; -.» uipli.u'ulrjj to 
make a bed ; iru.ufbiri_ j- , to go to bed ; 

JuinAhj^jui'liliin^ik . tO gOt Up ; ju,p,i.ul_ 

P^L. IT ' ^'^ make the bed ; u.'i,lilr,ui_ ifil>i_ 
j.u'i.iinijhl, , to take to one's bed. 
l]>4"'ii^'"7'"r^ ^' mattress-maker. 



M^'/imjiiaifflij s. bed-fellow. 
Mi'^nr^ita^gnt-Pl'iS/i s. bed-fellowship. 
M^'/int^tuiplf ipil'ir vn. to make a bed. 

W'l^nl^llllnl-nt , liyifiniinMt{lilir£p fl, that 

cannot be plundered, not subject to 
deTastatiori. 

Milling a. unealled, not named ; unin- 
vited;- p.ianipaliia'h , parasltc, smell- 
feast, trencher-friend. 

Wiilinmnp a. infrangible, hard. 

Wiilinpitta'i, «. not fallen ; that cannot 
fell or be thrown down. 

U;>///>Y""-"'" a- that cannot be lost, 
imperishable ; ad. without loss. [weft. 

ll>4"'-"»4-> "J s, weaving, texture; 

Ijji^ni-mh^r^ , /y a- woven. 

Uf'/^ntJli, s. fall, tumble ; overthrow, 
ruin, subversion ; degradation ; caden- 
ce ; Mlh^putnp, -, second fall ; relapse. 

\i^-l[ni-^,r, k-jli va. to kick, to strike 
with the hind feet ; to resist, to reject. 

l]^,/ini-n. a. rough, rude, uneven, rug- 
ged, [rough. 

1],>4/>/r a. not carved, unpolished, 

|],'>4.i./,ij_ a. without cries ; unable to 
cry out. 

|].>'4n-/>«- a. without contention, - re- 
sistance, - quarrel. [ble. 

0,1i4n.»«-t^. o. impregnable ; invinei- 

|],%^.#.iii^ a. intestate. 

}if,//l,u,i,a% a. impassive, insensible. 

W'iptjp a. unable to bear ; insup- 
portable. 

X^i^pPni-P-li^t s. want of discipline, 
indocility, rudeness. 

().%^^<>% , //J a. irreligious. 

lifi/ipo^nM-P-liLi, s. irreligion. 

YJ^i^j/npti- a. disjoined, separate ; that 
does not participate, that takes no 
share. 

lI,Wjpt//i a. inflexible. 

JJ,%^ii,^,iif a. speechless ; without as- 
piration ; breathless. [indigest. 

0,'/'4«"f_a. not fusible; indissoluble; 

\\jii,Muli,un-uililrit a. indisputable, irre- 
sistible. _ 

\^,^uiliaMn-uM^at.pii s. pacific couduct. 

U.XuiY.fY'f. I fj a. that does not par- 
ticipate; incommunicable: that does 
not receive the communion. 

\^,^iu,inpif.uilim% a. incommunicable. 

U5>4u»2(ry a. unpleasant, disagreea- 
ble, offensive ; disgustful ; - f af- c./»/it/.i... 
liuii, , disagreeably ; - ^AA/^. to displea- 
se ; to disgust. 



37 U."bi 

MfiSfUi-iCiiu^uiir, lu^iy vn. to displease, 
to be disagreeable. 

W^,c,u„r, [,j a. insipid, unsavoury; 
nauseous, disgustful. 

W5Mi,,uj;aiui/i, a. discordant, disso- 
nant, incongruous ; S. \i?iJI<Mipu,% . 

M^i^mirij,Auji,ni-PliKii s. discord, dis- 
sension, misunderstanding; disconve- 
nience, incongruity, unsuitableness ; S. 



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'itMiu.uiltni^\ 



PI. J,.. 



y^i^uiini/bu'ir, 'iiijmj vn. to grow insi- 
pid, to be nauseous, to be disgustful. 

\i)iiuMiruia.oui a- not brief, not con- 
cise, prolix. 

H>/4.o»/i.p a. innumerable, infinite. 

\};i,^,a^q.u,..ir,i,i^ a. not divulged or 
made public. 

lJ,?,4/«.ypt^ a. impatient ; intolerant. 

U.^4,uiyj-t^n«-/?^<Ji s. impatience ; in- 
tolerance. 

\i^,^u,i/fLn/it a. haughty, unsociable, re- 
served, austere, churlish, uncivil, mo- 
rose, sullen, surly, harsh, forbidding. 

4uiJlrJh>uitil, a. disproportionate ; in- 
comparable, unparalleled, matchless. 

]i},^,uJtiru„niiip.u,ii ad. incomparably, 
disprop ortionally . 

l]>4«.Jt,/i„/,ni-/?/ii-'fc s. disproportion ; 
inequality. [obscene. 

W^ifUjJhum a. immodest, unchaste, 

\^,i,.uJlruu,ni.p-l,ii, s. immodesty. 

U>4««4«r S. \^.^u,j-uAu,j: 

\^,i,u,irnqi.^it «. unpersuadable. 

W^i^uii/hi-Plitii s. insipidity, ill fla- 
vour; nauseousness. 

'Ufi'iujfp a. fatherless. 

l}},^uAf^u, a. not conformable, dis- 
similar, unequal; inconsequent, not 
inferible. 

\]^,';ui'iiii.[,um a. restless, fretful, agi- 
tated ; turbulent, unquiet, tumultuous ; 
ad. incessantly, always ; - fimij to fret, 
to be agitated, to fidget ;- ""nit^, to 
fret, to agitate. 

l],%4«.l!r^/.i#rni-/i^/i£-'i!r s. disparity, ine- 
quality, [easiness ; agitation. 

y,'fc4/«ijj/«7/7i.p^i-'fc s. inquietude, un- 

\Sfi^u/b,i.u.pu, a. fidgety, inquiet, noisy. 

W^^ii/bn-uiniiini-Pjii^i D. Ui«4"'^Y"Zl"- 
innt-PjiiJi . 

Jifi^uiii^k-pJ a. unclad, naked. 

l]?/4'"^'f"'-/"^*7/' «• intolerable, insup- 
portable. 



n^iJ^u/bTCiup , [ig, uii) a. foolish, impru- 
dent, ill-advised. [dently. 
\l^'i,Ji,7Cui(iujpia[i ad. foolishlj', impru- 
\\3,i,u.%-2Cu,pu,^nji, a. more or very 
foolish. 

H>,4.o*ii2r«/^».i-/3/,i->» s. folly, impru- 
dence ; insipidity, dulness. 

o. implacable, irreconcilable. 

Hi^iu,, , /,j a. imperceptible, incom- 
prehensible, inconceivable ; unripe. 

'blrib S. U.i4'""- 

Wiii,u,uni^p-l.ti, s. incomprehensibi- 
lity: unripeness. 

W^i'^uiuuiui.n a. inconstant, changea- 
ble, variable, alterable : fragile. 

\i)i^u,uui„iuin,.[3-'l, s. inconstancy, in- 
stability, mutability, frailty : fragility. 

TJ^t^uiu, , [,j a. undivided, indivisi- 
ble, inseparable ; incessant, continual ; 
!■ individual, one, atom. 

]\)i^u,uii.,iLu,p ad. indivisibly, insepa- 
rably ; individually. 

I],'ir4u>«/u<^u>^ «. individual, atomic. 

|],>y4ui<»u<4ni/ a. that flows incessantly. 

divisible, inseparable. 

l]?/4u/«.nt/3/..J!, s. inexhaustibleness ; 
individuality. [payed. 

^ii,uMMant-ifnL.ah a. that cannot be 

}ii^,^,apiij,[u,ui a. illegitimate, bastard, 
base-born, natural ; altered, corrup- 
ted, false. 

\]^'i,u[,uijiuu,n--P-pL.% s. bastardy ; fal- 
seness, alteration. 

U,%4,»^/3- a. crooked, uneven, rough, 
rugged; awkward, rude, unpolished, 
coarse. 

H^,^a,pfini.p-lit.i, s. unevenness, ine- 
quality of surface ; want of politeness, 
rudeness, awkwardness, harshness, 
roughness, coarseness; - oif-n^i intem- 
perance, [assured. 

M^iifUipP-^ib a. inevitable ; fearless, 

\ij,i,u,p^ a. exempt from tax or im- 
post. 

%iuglTuii_a.f. unmarried ; whose marriage 
has not been consummated, virgin. 

l]>4u*^/j a.ad. without asking. 

I].'fc4.«j a. without bread, - the means 
of subsistence. 

W^,i,,u ..u/ji, j,^ a. incredulous, who 



38 Unt 

makes difficulties; obstinate, stubborn, 
headstrong. 

\}?,4u,..uA:ii>iA , M^^.ji--u/i.lr[b a. im- 
probable, unlikely. 

H.'/4„/...»i/..r, irj^j vn. to differ in o- 
pinioii,to disagree ; to be obstinate ; to 
disapprove, to disallow. 

lli4™^™i».-/3 /"-■>' *. incredulity ; dis- 
approbation; obstinacy. 

U,>,4«/«-™om/» a. unequal. 

l].>,4.».-™»««//.«""<4" ad. unequally. 

\},%^,^^u.u^l.^^R[.'-'i' s. inequality, 
disparity, disproportion. 

U.?,4,«^,„«.4«- uncertain, unassured, 
doubtful ; contingent, casual. 

\i^,4a,^^u.nn^Pl'^' s. lucortitude, 
doubt, uncertainty ; contingency. 

U>4„,..»«, , l-j, a. incredulous, unbe- 
lieving, infidel, irreligious ; incredible; 

- ipii/ru to disbelieve. 
}^i,,a,-u,u„„lb a. incredible. 
Hfc4«..-».»/«/./', -"j/», llif4<""""""'*""'^' 

ui^uij vn. to disbelieve. 

\^i{.u^u.u.ujpl„r a. unfaithful, dislo- 
yal, perfidious. . ^ j ,. 

\},%^uj^u„nu,i„rn.-P[,^i s. infidelity, 
disloyalty, treason, perfidy. 

U,%4»,._u..»».<-/^/.ii s. incredulity, in- 
fidelity, irreligion. 

I],i4t^fr^, U.'>.4*-/:^t/» a. unfit, inept, 

foolish, absurd, fantastical, whimsical, 
grotesque, ridiculous, extravagant, 
silly, ill-shaped, ill-contrived, awk- 
ward; -u , ad. absurdly, fantastically, 
ridiculously, awkwardly. 

s. absurdity, whim, extravagance ; awk- 
wardness, unfitness. 

UXt,™ a. without vestige, untraced ; 

- u.,i!bhu to annihilate ; - ip-lru to be 
annihilated. 

l],*>/4^"""^"' 1 13,'i'4^""''^'"^i^ ^* that 
cannot be traced or investigated; im- 
penetrable, inscrutable. [■*>*/.• 
\S^,^h,„^'bu„r, ]j?,^ir.nl,j- S. lti>4t"' 4*- 
l].'i.4tpptyr^ a. irrefutable ; undenia- 
ble, incontestable. 

l]>4/.ai. a. without foundation, - base. 

U,>,4^t./3-. U,%4fL/3.u4.u* a. sapless, 
marrowless ; incorporeal, immaterial, 
spiritual. 

D^i^iKii-ui a. unpractised, untried, 
new, inexperienced, ignorant. 



lObl 



]i?,4ir,nuipiuii ad. inexperienced, -with- 
out ability, - knowledge of. 

\S^i,iru,n.-[3-l,t^, s. inexperience, un- 
skilfulness, ignorance. 

U^4t<«i^u.%^ a. disobedient, refracto- 
ry, rebellious ; - ipitu to disobey. 

W^i^'iiuiqu/bnllitT, Irgu'i vn. to disobey, 
to rebel. [transgression. 

IJX'^u'f'^'T-'"-/^/"-^ s- disobedience, 

'0.%4'i.w^ , [,j a. impossible ; j-u j:„ut_ 
'iitr/j to get embarrassed, to be entan- 
gled, to want resources, to be reduced 
to extremities, not to know what to 
do ; j-l'Jit 4- 1 it is impossible. 

M^iifliMupu.if.nj'i, a. quite impossible ; 
very difficult. 

l]>4^u>^>ii/i.n^ fl. impossible ; imagi- 
nary ; excessive, violent. 

lHjii^iuiplij; Irjaij vn. to be impossible ; 
to be irremediable, to be desperate. 

l],'><4^/uf/i/>% a.nd. impossible ; extre- 
mely difficult; insupportable, intole- 
rable; extreme, violent, excessive, e- 
normous, horrible, terrible. 

W^i^utpni-P-Ti s. impossibility, [old. 

ll,'fc4'irn.-/3^/i«-1'/ s. act of never growing 

ll,%4n^, mjf a. negligent, heedless, 
indifferent, inattentive ; confident, sure; 
- , j-u , ud. negligently, carelessly ; 
confidently ; indifferently ; j-u li'"L, d'- 
%lrij to be negligent or indifferent. 

1],%4>7^u>%uii/', iMi^uj vn. to be neglect- 
ful, inattentive, indifferent. 

l],%4n^/. u. without soul ; spiritless ; 
inanimate. 

Ilfc4n^i7i./3f s. negligence, heedless- 
ness, carelessness, inattention, le- 
thargy. 

D.'*'4"/f i «• indeclinable. 

1I.'*'4"7»/' a. not agitated by the wind, 
calm, serene. [serenity. 

llfc4/7^j«/:iL/?^/,ti s. want of wind, calm, 

l),'>'4"^'«- «. without shepherd, unat- 
tended. 

U.t.4ni» a. without smell. 

1]^/4>i<^ a. not fordable ; unfathoma- 
ble, immense. 

1],'>/4ni-u{ a. that does not approach, 
come near, touch; inaccessible; di- 
stant, far. [need of fire. 

U,'fc4n«-p a. without fire ; that has no 

\\j,i,uiu,mu,li a. insubordinate; not 
subject. [tion. 

^^uiaiinuilini.p-l,Li, s. iusubordiua- 

U,ti4<^iu/iuf a. not haughtyj humble, 
unpretending. 



59 u-^a 

\S^,i,uiu,p,nn,-P-[,ii, s. freedom from 
pride, humility. 

W'^uih^ S. U>4"'-"/- 

H»#4^<orf-A^« n. inevitable, indispen- 
sable, necessary ; irrevocable ; ad. in- 
dispensably, necessarily, inevitably, 
irrevocably. 

Hi4/„„4«,V^ S. W''ihl^- 

'W^iitpuiiTu/ii a. without permission or 
licence. [seduce. 

\\)ii,puiuiyp a. that does not allure or 

lli.4^u/t.4^ a. who invites nobody: 

\S),i„y'i, a. without voice ; mute, with- 
out sound ; consonant. 

\S?,i.uji,n^fil, s. loss of voice ; aphony. 

lJ?/.J^W/./i , Ti?,Au,%Jl(,yR a. indefati- 
gable, diligent ; ad. indefatigably, dili- 
gently. 

IJ^JiM,,., uij s. cavern, den, cave. 

y^iAinM-ui/iifui a. cavernous. 

made by hands, natural, spiritual. 

Wjiihn% a. handless ; without suc- 
cour. 

\SjiAhnXu>plih[h a. that cannot be ta- 
ken in hand, extremely difficult ; un- 
tractable. [wild. 

U.Wtmi^'ir/y.ti^o. untameable, savage, 

M^Jilrn.'bliuii^tt. helpless, without suc- 
cour. 

\S),Airn.%i,u.u a. that cannot reach or 
accomplish, incapable, unskilful. 

\\)iJilrn.ng , uij S. towel. 

\\?,Jt;t.iij[i/i s. napkin. 

li^iJlri., Ij a. unformed. 

\[^,ilr^u,'i,u„r, u,g„,, vn. to lose shape, 
to become deformed. 

y^.i\,p a. unproductive, unfruitful; 
ungrateful, unthankful. 

^.ifunm s. hot. fumitory. 

^ili^P^hli a. panting with desire, 
very desirous. [sirable. 

V^Jli-^it • W''i'i'"i"''>' a. narrow ; de- 

'Wjiiii'uiiiMipom S- ^iiii":w^'"3 ' 

'^,iliu.,r, u,g,uj vn. to desire, to wish ; 
to aspire to, to sigh for, to long for. 

^.iltu,jpy.u^ a. burning with desire, 
sighing after. [lJ.W4.«.r. 

}^,iliuh„u,r, .ujuijvn.io be narrow; S. 

W^Jiliu/i,^ «. lively desire, impatience ; 
,u%ili>u%«^ , ad. impatiently ; M»/.ui/i/_ 
ufiilliiu'iio^ , to wait impatiently. 

\i),^iUJni-yiu^iilr,r, n^jf va. to Teduco 
to extremities,. to force ; to narrow, to 
contract, to restringe. 



U^2 
lJ>JiJ»7iJ?//t?/ s. narrowness, contrac- 

tedness ; pressure ; oonstraint ; anxiety, 
inquietude, chagrin, trouble, vexation, 
care, afHiction, tribulation, anguish. 

\}),A%, A/A, J„Aj, s. person; hypo- 
stasis, personality; creature, being; 
soul; mind;' heart; myself, thyself, 
himself; lu'iiiuniii, personally ; «»t/^u.i/p 
.uhilfii, lay one's self, personally; ^iJii^ 
Jiiuirp. ^fuinfiiuiij to turn back ; ^i/iijiiuirii 
tjtp^-Jjihjj'tol^ui on ; ju/iiilfi, p-hiilrij to 
imitate ; ju/hllfi, niXhi_, to accept, to 
approve; iuMrut,ni.i_ /-, to refuse, to 
deny ; ./^^4 iru. ^- /,i.^ he loves him- 

SeJt; iluti/it usiiti^iit &-*_£-/?■ tnuMir Ultutnititl^ 

[uu/iil,, I only answer for myself; A7.7-. 
"iint-ir J- [nF, [3-1^ ujfij. ,uiq_uika 4" . ou my 
soul, it is so; ^i-u,ui„,J7„„i_ j,.,'i,i[ti, , to 

revive, to recover one's senses; ^»n//J- 
ni^-l,"!,^ ^aji, uAiAia,, he takes care of 
himself; u/iiAp, uta^ikij to commit sui- 
cide ; il^nX ju,'bAl^, 4,„^4„AA-^, to boast 
of, to flatter one's self, to prick one's 
^^'f ) J- '"nfi'l^ij to recommend, to con- 
fide ; j~ jh'i-hij, to commend one's self, 
to have confidence in, to confide in, to 
be committed. 

^ii^,uiq.h,u "1 "■• ^^11 formed, ele- 
gant, handsome, beautiful. 

^ii'i„L,^„^ a. boasting, blustering, 
swaggering. 

]])iA'iiu,^n4ncj3^l,t^, s. self-praise, vain- 
glory, arrogance ; egotism. [self. 

lt.^i,„^,„„, a. that condemns him- 

1]>A,«^/,^ a. that gives bail for ano- 
ther, responsible. 

}i}'J%u,q.„[,nil^ a. that blames himself. 

H^'-O/^/iy/n/,/™ a. vain, presumptuous, 
haughty. 

\i?'J:iim^,„ir a. voluntary, with good 
will ; free ; - 4o.,/3p , ad. willingly. 

I).^/.j^<"'^<~% a. personal; hypostati- 
eal; own. [accord. 

jl^/<5i,«^/,^ a. unanimous, with one 

iffi.iiiiti^npiria'r, , U,i,.i^/u»4»7^/iyi# ft. that 
ruins himself. [tuous, vain. 

U^Aiuj^tus; Jj^hJ'iiui^uiTCnf a. presunip- 

l!>.:!'>/u#4„,2i'„L/3/,t_'>, s. presumption, 
pride, vanity. 

l]>^,u,4^,^„y^ a. unanimous, con- 
sentaneous. 

\}^ij:iiu„r,„u/i, a. that betrays himself; 
~ ll^.iru to betray one's self. 

\i3,J^ni/i„„l„u,,n a. tbat reproaches 
himself. 



\i^,Si,a/!ini-kp a. self-devoted. 

s. self-devotion, self-sacrifice. 

y^JHiu^uiMMi^ a. on guard, cautious ; s. 
royal guard, body-guard; -£/'■>'*-£.. to 
be cautious, to be on guard. 

\i},A'i„u.i(i^4u.„{/r,n s. the commander 
or captain of the guard. 

\),'i,JSi„^uiu,%lr a. boastful, full of va- 
nity ; - ipik-ij to be extolled. 

W),Jth,aai,u^„ a. that adores himself, 
interested, selfish, egoistical. 

\\),j:huiui,up.u[, a. that pampers him- 
self, dainty, delicate. 

\^,A'u,.,uiliu ad. personally ; properly ; 
hypostatically. 

/Jm^DK. to escape, to fly, to have a 
narrow escape, to run away. 

\\),jri,^,„kp a. selfish, self-interested; 
guilty of egotism ; mild, courteous. 

\S^.i%uj,„lpn.-P^l,'A s. selfishness, self- 
love ; egotism. 

M5,A%.,.uuiu,'b , «._3 a. that has com- 
mitted suicide ; s. self-murderer. 

Wi.Xh.uuui'u'bn.-P^l-^ s. suicide, self- 
murder. 

M^J^iuiiluinCutn. a. that sells himself. 

\^,J^,u,u,n^P n. that burns himself. 

Ji^,J^,ui,!,ni-p a. that surrenders ; ad- 
dicted, subject; determined, desperate; 
- ipilrij to abandon himself, to be ad- 
dicted; to surrender, to capitulate ; to 
refer. 

\\),A'hiugnij a. ostentatious, pompous, 
full of affectation. 

l)?/.i7iu,jn<-5.u%fr</", n^jli va. to be the 
vital or principal to an organized body, 
to animate ; to vivify, to personify, to 
personate. 

U,'r,iJiu»L„^ a. animated, alive, ratio- 
nal; personal; hypostatical. 

IV'-.i*'""-"/""?'"/' ad. personally; hy- 
postatically. [statical. 

Xi^.Aiiuii-npiiiliia'b a. personal ; hypo- 

\]^tA'liuji-nnlrJ't l^ijfi Va. S. \S^A*biMinni-^ 
qiulfh-tt'. 

]jji,jft„i,i-nii[,ir, tr^i^f '^"' to have a soul; 
to be animate ; to live, to exist. 

\i^,A'inu^npni^p[iiii «. personality ; hy- 
postasis ; person. 

\i,%A%,f.[,<-P a. given to pleasure, to 
one's own comforts, lazy, dissipated ; 
selfish; comfortable. 

\]^iJ^,^[.i.pni.'f s. dissipation; egotism, 



selfishness; comfortableness; uAJf/h^ 
•l-lii-phi-P-lruiiii!. zi<2}^L2 *o •''^® delicately. 

'^•^y-iui, \i^,j:i,t;i^ a. personable, of 
good appearance, tall, well made, fine 
limbed. 

}S'i'^'i^'mlip il%lri_, ut„%kl_va. to seok 
for quiet, tranquillity, ease, to look 
after one's interests ;-o.nAi-^, to cboose 
among men. [independent. 

1),W%/i^i<iu% a. free, that has freewill, 

M\ji^,lt^,i/i,n-^l3-l,t^ s. freewill, choice, 
free agency, independence. 

\}fiAyaipii.ni.p-[,ti, s. self-esteem, pre- 
sumption, [negation. 

\i}iJint.paiijni-Pli^i s. self-donial, ab- 

lli-fni-^ , ^4//-, ilin/ U.S. narrow, 
strait ; narrow passage, defile, strait, 
pass; desire, wish; - utAt-^, to desire, 
to wish. 

H^Apk-i- , [•, nj, uij s. rain ; - /i^uiife^, 
to rain;-«»/n/iu»</»»«-<»j, afloodof tears ; 



j"/'V-- 1 violent, pouring rain; 
M-uM^il, (t"p^b)> rain-guage. 

l^^lih-i-uMp.mlii a. beaten by the rain. 

\S)iJt[ilTi-u,p.lrp a. that brings rain, 
rainy. 

Miiiptn-iuP-iu^ a. wet with rain. 

\i?iJ[,ti-u,p-[,t._p s. drop of rain. 

l),%^^£-<-u>6-/>% a. that engenders rain|; 
copious. 






ufi s. fine rain. 



u/?/.t 



\i),Jtpir,.uM^i, a. that gives or engen- 
ders rain. 

ft>,i^/tt«y/A a. rainy, that abounds 
in rain, formed from rain. 

\])iJiplri-uijnjii_a. rainy, 

Wfiiptrt-uiinjil^ 



iibtuiPf 



[rain. 

s. shower, violent 

"3"// *'"• to fall like 



rain. 

IJ^tJpiri.iMi^iiifi ^npit[, $■ rain-guage. 

\i},Jltlrt-Ma£n,-(, s. raiu-watcr. 

Ji^.JplrE^uMu'itnLitq. u. producod by rain. 

X^iipti-irj; t-gl, vna. te rain, to sho- 
wer, to pour down ; iJiiiiihi-k , it rains. 

\[),i[,nU[ s.' anchovy. 

U.'i,a*,«4 a. inconvenient, unbecoming ; 
-u, ad. unseemly. 

U,?/2ilu2<*uA^ a. not brilliant, gloomy. 

H'iizr'uAu.^t^/i a. unrecognizable. 

W^TCiu'jttuiiiiup^ S. U^ii'"-l"i • 

y^iCw^uIi a.ad. that fasts, fasting ; 
without eating. 

U,%a'«/»i. , //J a. ineffable, unspeakable. 



lt&2«*u»/i.i«,^ijy/3- a. without rays, - 
^ig^*-- [prodigious. 

'\\jnCu,n-iu{,p,„^ a. very wonderful, 

\Sij''^iun.u,2hnpi, a. of wonderful grace, 
very graceful, admirable ; very abun- 
dant. 

^i7iCuM,Lu,uiiiiu,lilTp a. that has an ad- 
mirable figure or appearance. 

lJ>2<'u„i./rt./3/,ii s. ineffability; un- 
speakableness. 

ItfeTrtu^/, \]^iCiiipui/i a. unskilful, inca- 
pable ; irreparable, irremediable. 

}i^i'2CiM,pti,/fiii_p-[,ij, s. inability, inca- 
pacity. 



\j^I^tupiJJ%Ufl/', 



•"ji";j 



to be inca- 



pable ; to be without remedy, to des- 
pair. 

H>/2a-,« (I. without posterity; - wn.^ 

}J,%^,mir,/; irj[. va. to destroy the 
race of, to extirpate the posterity of. 

I].ia*i2«/4ujt» , lJ,%20/jA-^, a. incompres- 
sible. 

IpiTC^nM-P-liL.^, s. inaccuracy. 

W^iTCai^iu/ph-^i a. inextricable. 

y,'iv2ii#ii/, a. gigantic, enormous, mon- 
strous ; grotesque, extravagant, ab- 
surd, ridiculous, unseemly. 

}if-7Cnn.i,„^p[,jj, s. monstrosity, ab- 
surdity, [licious. 

W"/^f""ukp a- not envious, not ma- 

Hfii/hi^ , [,j a. immortal. 

\\},iru,c,u,iLlrp a. that immortalizes, 
immortal. [ambrosia. 

Xi^iJ'ui'^uiliiu'ii a. immortal ; - tCui^umIi , 

\i^i,ru.':,u,X"'zi"li a. that does not taste 
death, immortal; that has a foretaste 
of immortality. [talized. 

{J,t/./;«4«o*»,u,/; uigiuj vn. to be immor- 

•-ab 



V 

va. 



to im- 



mortalize, to eternize. 

}Jf„rui^u,j„Lj[,^ a. that immortalizes. 

}j}iirut^ni-p-[,t_'t, s. immortality. 

H^ii/h^/P a. motherless. 

H'fc./i/.A a. without share or por- 
tion, that does not participate ; bereft, 
destitute ; - ib'i'l^u to be destitute, to 
be bereft; - mn^ihu to deprive. 

\^iriMiMnnitj, M^iJhim^iii a. inacccssi- 
ble, unapproachable. 

]j^,iriMip^, \]5.,f'u,pn.,apiiaili a. uninha- 
bited ; uninhabitable, desert, unfre- 
quented, lonely. 



D.'bir ^i2 

\^,j;.,[,^u..l.yi. a. more or very inhu- 
man, - fierce, - unkind. 

\S)„r,„pq.,u'b,«j; ui^u,/ vn. to be deser- 
ted, to be dispeopled. 

W^jh.p^.ujn^j.u'i.L-j; ni-g^ vo. to de- 
populate, to dispeople, to desolate. 

WjiiHup^l, a. inhuman; unkind, unci- 
vil, brutal; desert, uninhabited; - If^^ 
gni-gu!i,lri_ ipilru to unmau, to divest of 
humanity ; to depopulate. 

\i^„ru,p^nL.fil,^% s- depopulation ; in- 
humanity, barbarity ; incivility, bru- 
tality. 

\i^„nu[,p^ a. impossible; very diffi- 
cult ; indecent, unseemly ; - 4- , it is not 
fit; it is impossible. 

\)^„ru,[,j[!h , H^iiruipHiuii-ni, a. incor- 
poreal, immaterial. [.ruipJlH,. 

\i)nru,pUhni-Pl^i s. incorporality. 

'W^nHupu a. undigested. 

\^,.ru,pun^p^l,ii, s. indigestion. 

TJ^i/hipui , U.'i./io^i/A^i-^ a. impregna- 
ble, invincible. 

\Sj,iruipni-[, , li^iiruipp.uliiu'ii a. impure, 
filthy, indecent, obscene, vile. [ly. 

\}^„rujppuiuiku ad. impurely, indecent- 

'U^i/:uppunii^l, a. that does not love 
purity, uncleanly, filthy, indecent. 

\^„rutfpnL[3^liii s. impurity, unclean- 
ness, filthiness, indecency. 

W^Jhb^iup a. vile, abject, degraded. 

\i^Jlrif,i,pi-li a. who desires not ho- 
nour or preferment. 

'W^Jth-uipif-ni.piiJi, s. want of ambi- 
tion, indifference to honour. 

\i^iJtb-ut(in,-P-[ii-% s. want of respect ; 

- ^[it-png , inhospitality. 
li^Jt^/A a. not clear, indistinct, not 

evident, not explicit, not plain : indi- 
visible. 

\i^,jyip,t-iy a. inseparable, indivisi- 
ble ; inexplicable, inexpressible. 

U,^</t,^, /i , ««5 a. impeccable ; inno- 
cent ; harmless, silly ; - liuitjm-^ui'hUij- 
to acquit. 

^^Jkifuipjup , }}?iJtiiu ad. innocently. 

U.'iiJt.^u.^f^ a. that excuses, pardons; 

- uin-itu to excuse, to pardon ; — 
^uiAi, to excuse one's self, to justify 
himself. [able. 

ll>/i/frY5«^^t^ a. excusable, pardon- 
\i},JL-,i,u^P„..l3-Ti s. excuse, apology. 
llfcJtf^uiira/r, iij/mj vn. to be innocent. 
IJ^.JtriiKui^/iui'i, a. impeccable ; inno- 
cent. 



\i^,IL-.iu,jni-ju/l,lr,r, ni-tjli VO. tO aC- 

quit, to declare innocent, to clear. 

m^Jt.^lril, a. not to be softened, 
hardhearted, inflexible, inexorable. 

\i)„Jlrqni.p-liifiM s. inuoceuce ; impec- 
cability. 

W),JlTn.ni-li $. hot. purslain. 

W^iJhpil/baiili a. not to be accosted, 
inaccessible ; untouched. 

\S^,ill- MM,nji,lr,r va. to leave not one, to 
exterminate. 

\i),Jliiup.,u% a. discordant, different, 
dissonant, diverse, divided, not agreed, 
at variance, contrary ; irreconcilable ; 
- ipihu to differ, to disagree. 

MS^Jliu.p.m'bni.p-l,^, s. discord, dissen- 
sion, disagreement, difference, misun- 
derstanding; - Jiui/'i.l, , discordance, dis- 
sonance. 

W^iJj.uiu'ii.ii^u/i, a. discordant, incom- 
patible, inconsistent. 

\i},Jl,u,n'iiuiliu/i,n.-P-f,ti, s. incompatibi- 
lity, inconsistency. 

\i^„q,l,up,nii , \S^,Jl,2jM,uiku ad. imme- 
diately, directly. 

'\i)iJli2u,li.M<% a. immediate, direct. 

U,V/J/'£S'/n/tijL a.ad. without mediator. 

XS^Jtu a. fleshless ; without meat. 

Hi<jy«f a. mad, silly, brainless, sen- 
seless, stupid, foolish, irrational, crazy. 

\i^,f[u[il3-ii.p a. disconsolate, inconso- 
lable ; ad. disconsolately. 

]i},3Luijui^u/ii a. inconstant, variable, 
uncertain, transitory. 

Ij^iiflui^lrj,! a. incapable of cultivation. 

W^.Jhfiiii, , W^iJhinp a. infallible, uner- 



-■tp 



fixed stars. 



rmg ; - . 

X^nlhinpn^p-fiJu s. infallibility. 

Wfii/hinpuiuikii ad. infallibly. 

\}f,i/!tn.ui%MUf^ , \\f,J7in.Miia a. that does 
not forget ; unforgotten ; that cannot be 
forgotten; ad. without fail, infallibly. 

H^J7in.iiijni.p^iii s. eternal remem- 
brance, [ken. 

H^iTm-i/^, ii'iitg a. indomitable, unbro- 

W^iJ'ni-,!, a. the entrance to which is 
shut ; without entrance ; impenetrable, 
inaccessible. 

'^i.rni-pnt-u a. beardless. 

X^iiTnii^ip , Hififitnii^, jhi,^ a. mute, 
speechless ; that will not speak. 

Tiftiraiuip.iup ad. fooUshly, stupidly, 
inconsiderately , ignorantly , rashly , 
madly. 



U.%3 



45 



m/h 



'^nnnunf.nfb a, more of .Very sense- 
less, - foolish, - stupid. 

|J^/i/;>»i/^^,^ a. inattentive, careless, 
inconsiderate, unmindful. 

JJ^iilhimn.iinM-P^t.'i, s, inattention, want 
of application, carelessness, inconsi- 
derateness, inadvertence. 

\}^irm.^,uiir, uMguy vn. to lose senses, 
to become crazy or stupid. 

Iti^iinnnt-P-liiA s. madness, craziness, 
fatuity ; phrensy ; folly, silliness, im- 
prudence, extravagancy, absurdity. 

'\}?i/,a.f. , i„j a. insatiable, greedy, 
gluttonous ; - #i«-./iA-^, to devour. 

JJ^ijiuf, Tj^^uiq-iapiup ad. iusatlably, 
greedily,- gluttonously. 

H^,juifn,.p-l,K^ s. insatiableness, gree- 
diness, gluttony. 

Ji^iju'nP-. M^uiiip-lril, a. invincible, 
unconquered, insurmountable, ungo- 
vernable. 

U.%/ii>f«f , Ij a. not evident, not mani- 
fest, obscure, bidden, secret; apocry- 
phal, [re. 
. y^ijiyuiiatf-nft, U' moro Or very obscu- 

W^jiymlrj; t-jf, vo, to annihilate ; to 
hide. 

M^i/tnjtnlnr, h-juj vn. to be annihila- 
ted, to vanish, to disappean 

W^ijiUfutfint-P-lii^t Xi^^i^Ju'ni-P-^i^S. Ob- 

scureness, occultness, secretness. 

XS^ju/iiif. a. rhymeless. 

U.^/wi^io/^ a. prompt, diligent; ad. 
promptly, diligently, without delay. ' 

ll,ytii2n,/j \i^,jui£n,iu,i a. unfavourable, 
unlucky , unfortunate, disadvanta- 
geous. 

y^^ai^ilia/i a. awkward, incapable. 

lifi,jia^,iu,/ini-P-l,ii s. unskilfulness, 
awkwardness. 

Ilfcy«.^n4#iL/?^«-'fc s. unfavourableness, 
unfortunateriess, disadvantage. 

MfjuM^pil. a. without successour, - 
succession ; unchangeable. 

H^jjuiinMU^, \i^ijiumm^lr£p a. bottOm- 

less; very deep. 

H?,juiu„ii-i a. improper. 

U.'ifyu^^'^ui^ a. unpolished, unfurni- 
shed, unprovided, unprepared, out of 
order ; hard, cold, raw ; 4^* - , slut. 

U^fjuipl'P a. that cannot rise. 

y^ifiupk a. shelterless, without roof, 
houseless. 

T^ujpJ\up a. incongruous, unsuita- 
ble, unbecoming, not appropriate; un- 



skilful, insufficient, incapable. 

^yapinupuMnlip <^- that writes in an 
unbecoming manner; indecently writ- 
ten.' 

\S^'iu,pMruii,n.-P-l,ii, s. incongruity, im- 
propriety ; incapacity, insufficiency. 

\fyifUMi. a. infinite, interminable. 

Ifcjyt.^, U^tyjf , l).%/t/^t-Yl"'-4 «• im- 
mutable, unchangeable, constant. 

U^*"f.'"F'"/» > Wiii'^'t^''ik" ad. immu- 
tably. [jlr,i^ 

'Oj>fUiini.p-[,L.% s. immutability. 

\ijh/trp^ni-ui%ai^, a. iudubitable. 

\\^il'zi"i^p a. that easily forgives, 
that does not bear malice. 

l].^fof"i'"/»"'-/3-/"-5!f s. forgiveness, am- 
nesty, pardon. [rial. 

U^Aj^"""4 «• forgotten; immemo- 

\^^izi'"""'k"'-P-b'^' s. forgetfulness. 

^jbitd' *• immemorable. 

\\^jl,^,ia,-P'l, , ]3?^-/p^M-lJt s. amnesty. 

\i^t/„^n,i^ a. unshakeable, firm, im- 
movable. • 

^i/'Jt "" inscrutable. 

H^ijyu , jni-apj , «z/jf o. hopeloss, dos- 
perate; despaired of; unhoped, unex- 
pected; ad. desperately; - u#»i4fry_, to 
render hopeless; -ib^lru to despair, to 
give way to despair. 

ll%,#.i-2^a. forgotten; -u./iA£-^, to bury 
in oblivion. [rate. 

\i^m.,iuiii.nj% a. more or very despe- 

Ti^^ijnLjMiitip I ^•/'•'-•""its a. desperate, 
despaired of; unhopeful. 

U^/y/K-uiu^iuo/*, luijiy vn. to despair. 

\ijijni-ani-p-l,i, s. dcspair. 

articulate ; not joined, simple. 

Hiyocf 411^ a. without desire, - wish or 
inclination; involuntary, forced. 

WfAuiluuAJt a. not envious; liberal, 
generous; ad. without envy; generous- 
ly, abundantly. 

^m-PfiiJi, s. absence of all feeling of 
envy. 

\S^%u,i,,u'i,^iJ, a. irrevocable. 

y^Hiiut-uii^iui^ a. unnavigable. 

U.'iilit'i.^ a. artless, guileless, sincere, 
upright, ingenuous ; ad. artlessly, inge- 
nuously- 

XJHAik'bi.ni-Pl.i^i s. sincerity, simplici- 
ty, ingenuousness. 

y^'iihpi-npirhib a. not susceptible ; in- 
efficacious. 

5 



\[)/i,k[,lrib a. unpardonable; intolera- 
ble. 

U^Atjf,.-;^ a. without support. 

U,W///ui2^a. not indigent; opulent- 

\]f/ii]^u,qu,puip ad. abundantly. 

ll?AA/'4 . \^'^p4^d' "• sleepless, 
watchful. [material. 

Xi^'hl.i^p, [,y, \ii/i,^i-P^tuiu,-j, a. im- 

]i)A^,.pn.-[3^[-^ s. immateriality. 

U.7A4.«P a. without painting, figure 
or device; unformed, imperfect, sha- 
peless. 

describable. [superable. 

Xi^'i.linLi, a. invincible, tameless, in- 

MfHiJ'ui'ji , [,j; a. unlike, dissimilar, dif- 
ferent; not uniform; incomparable. 

\S^%iru,%hil, a. inimitable. 

\]^'bJh,%ni-P-l,^ s. unlikeness, dissi- 
militude, difference ; unsuitableness, 
disproportion. 

U?Ajf"^i , [,g a. without mark, - sign, - 
character; ignoble, unknown, obscure; 
- ^[ilriJihuM'iiu , to leave retired, [ble. 

lJ,Wyj!/x»^, li^A^ruip/rip a. iinobserva- 

ItJA^y^a. without lustre, dull, gloo- 
my, dark. 

lijAn^n^t^ a. irreparable. 

ll,W/n«_a.^ a. inexhaustible. 

U,W/ntu./^a. inextinguishable. 

\ifi^i,tL-^lj , nt-ftpiaj , p[ij a. without of- 
fering; implacable, inexorable, cruel. 

\i^%a^[,piu^ii,i, a. that cannot be oife- 
red, not sacred, profane. [vain. 

\i^i^j4, ftg «. unprofitable, useless, 

W-^iu^u./u'i.j.^P a. disinterested. 

\i^-^i,j;u,/„'i„l.pni-P[„.% s. disintere- 
stedness, [etc. 

[iji^uj^tUiti^£r f etc. O. \}pi^u^ur^%i^^n , 

S. U.i2-4. 

]}?'^a^„,_p^,^, s. unprofitableness, u- 
selessness. 

U?/jfu.fu./u a. free from dirt, clean; 
not contaminated, pure, clear. 

l]?'if"»/iut,^««*.^ a. unclouded, clear. 

U?/ju#^m^f^ a. uncompounded, sim- 
ple. 

U.V"/"^ . I's '^- immovable, fixed, sta- 
ble, firm; not commutable; real, not 
personal. 

W'z^l'J-'i'p.uip ad, immovably, firmly. 

U,?/ju/^cAnt,/?^,t>, «. immobility, immo- 
vableness, stability, firmness. 



44 l].^n 

ilfcjM/L././^ 8. pathless, trackless. 

D^^ti^a. not obhque, straight, direct. 

\i?'zfr%^a. uninhabited, desert. 

lJ?'i4^ a. inextinguishable. 

^•ihnpi, ,\,^,iu^ a. ill-favoured, disfi- 
gured, deformed; ungracious, ungra- 
ceful, unpleasant; unfortunate, unlu- 
cky ; ungrateful, unthankful. 

ungrateful, unthankful. 

lt*z?'"/'4'"4"Y£"-'^^'* *• ingratitude. 

^^npi,nL.p-l,tii s. deformity, ugli- 
ness, ill-favouredness; ingratitude. 

lJ,V/jfc^/«4«'*' a. breathless, dead; ina- 
nimate, senseless. 

Xifi^^ii/iiiMtir, uijiy vn. to expire, to 
die ; to commit suicide by suffocation. 

\]}i^^ujjk-u,i_a. asphyxiated. [iate. 

y^M^,luijni-jiu%lrJ^ ni-gli VU. to aSphyX- 

W'^'^'-Pli'^i s. expiration, death; 
asphyxia. 

Hfi^ipi-i, U^',ji?tJ^a. dumb with ama- 
zement, astonished, surprised; -itit-^ 
to be astonished, to wonder ; -^»i«-P/. , 
utter or profound silence. [seless. 

l]^#jiit,i^, ^'ipj , "_3 a. inanimate, sen- 

\}f.^i-^m a. incontestable, sure, cer- 
tain, assured, infallible ; ad. assuredly, 
incontestably, certainly. 

U?/jni^ a, inglorious, unhonoured, 
ignoble, vile ; ill-favoured, deformed ;- 
•lu,pt-i_ liyiiguMiij to live retired. 

U,*j/'£*-//' a. unchangeable ; that can- 
not be overturned. 

\\),^,np-, Pj a. ad. without confusion; 
unperplexed, not embarrassed; tran- 
quil, [calm. 

]if,^nPni-l3-pii, s. imperturbability, 

li^i^u/rjiuir, ujjiy vn. to become vile, 
to grow despicable ; to grow ugly, to 
fade. 

\i}i^iujiri-jut%li-ir, m-j^ va. to disfi- 
gure, to deform, to spoil. 

\i?'i^'"-P t'^i s. awkwardness, defor- 
mity, ugliness. 

ItS^i^^ipt-i^ a. impalpable. 

\\}.ninp„i a. unbounded, unlimited, 
infinite. 

\S)inluiuliuiij ,uj a. without malice, not 
revengeful, not malignant. 

absence of maliciousness, freedom 
from revenge or hatred. 

\i),n,in(,/i a. unpolished, uneven, 
rough. 

U«*'"'f.'7"^' h "• unpitying, imconi- 



u:bn 4 

passionate, inhuman, barbarous, cruel, 
brutal. 

X^iniinpir, jJ^ini/npiKupuip ad. cruelly, 
barbarously, atrociously; - ^up^,phu 
to tyrannize. 

Ul^'o.^fi^ , ~ '^mi^^lrib a. implacable, 
severe, inflexible, inexorable. 

U,'>>/>/^/u»4 a. unchaste, incontinent, 
impure, immodest. 

^hn,^'i,u,il a. insanable, incurable. 

ItfenTTa. without style, orderless, con- 
fused; -//.'fi, pellmell, promiscuously. 

U,%j>/cA a. without force, feeble. 

yjljinjlj "lini-^jj , m-^iiiip tt. SWOOt, a- 

greeable ; 4"*" - p»"-^i/_. to give an a- 
greeable odour ; 4«i> •u%ni-jl-g , perfume . 

Hiinj^ , m-^ij s. sweetness, suavity. 

XHinuiuy , l>j a. untoward, rude, 
rough, rustic; uncivil, disobliging; 
awkward, unbecoming. 

U^auiii a. without branches; that 
does not rise or stir. 

\^inm% a. footless, apode; baseless; 
jatbnmf,^ ad. at the feet. 

H^nutiiuiJitfMjii uiiLbirtr vci. to Walk on 
tip-toe ; vn. to walk on the tip of one's 
toes. _ [dent. 

1]?'npia^ a. without quality or acci- 

H^tnpi^p a. childless, heirless ; steril, 
barren; - i/i-«-«At^, to die without 
children. 

\h'"i"tt'l'f Irjifj vn. to remain without 
children, to lose one's children. 

Mfinpli^a. inseparable, indivisible.. 

\]}inpn-2i' a. that does not ruminate or 
chew the cud. 

]17«Y>«2_ a. undetermined, indefinite, 
uncertain; vague, indistinct, confu- 
sed ; inarticulate ; contingent. 

U?i/Y»#.^, \i^inpn^uMp.a-[i od. indefinitely ; 
confusedly, indistinctly ; implicitly. 

\\?inpa^.-P[iiA s. indecision, indeter- 
mination. [wheel. 

M^inL-uiAft. , /> a, in the shape of a 

1],%>ii.ii.%ui^/>^ a. that gives a name to, 
that names. [me to, to name. 

U,%rn<-ui%(»^^£'<r, irg^ va. to glvo a ua- 

\i}ini.u/i,uiif.i,nM.p-l,iii s. nomenclature. 

\Siinuu%,ulil,p a. that bears the name 
of another. 

\\),nt,iu%u.lil,g a. of the same name ; 
homonymous. [call. 

Xi^int-u/tiiu^n^iT, h-gft va. to name, to 

li\^at-u/i,ia\n^,^Pl,i^, s. denomination; 
nomenclature. 



u.^n 

\ifini-u/i,u,/f[,nuRliiii s. act of bearing 
the same name, homonymy. 

}i}inL.ui%,a/iji^,r, frjiy vn. to share the 
same name. [p-[,Jii. 

y^ini-iuiiuiimm a. that has many na- 
mes. 

X^^int-uHimpli, uij a. infamous, noto- 
rious ; shameful, scandalous, disgrace- 
ful, vile ; - uiniihu to disgrace, to bring 
to shame, to dishonour. 

Jifini.u/iiuip^nL.ppiit s. defamation, 
discredit. 

\hini-uAuiipnp,ni^pL.% «. metouymy, 
change of name- 

It/n^iut/A-.r, tj^ va. to name, to call, 
to denominate, to term. 

\i?i„i.i,.i[, a. renowed, famous, illu- 
strious; -flfiihu to become illustrious. 

|],tr/>£.>»%n^i/b s. nomination. [ly. 

y^ini^mt-np a, that has wheels, whee- 

lJ,'6n^/3- , %p-li , p-n/ , /3-ffy s. arm-pit. 

]i^ini.,iy,l_a. crooked; indirect, 

1]?<i>£.Y2ii>;(/i ad. indirectly. 

\^,ni.,i^uj, [,j a. incorrigible, per- 
verse. 

UJ/fiti , %ni-ufii , nt-iM/iip , ufiij s. name ; 
renown, glory, reputation, honour, ti- 
tle ; - piujP , gr. nominative ; noun, sub- 
stantive'; - ^n/ . title. [etc. 

WjintiiuM/i-plrir, etc. S. Wjini-uiliuiifphtr, 

V^.ncyiu^l a. that does not contain, 
that has not; poor, needy. 

\i?.n,Ji„l. uin^ti/rW va. to dcstroy the 
name, the race. [macious. 

U?'»"^'4^^/'f» a. disobedient; contu- 

lJifc#7iA4?/^^n«-/?^«-'fc s. disobedience; 
contumacy. 

\i}.ni-^^},p a. inattentive. 

WinL.^u,i.p s. sal ammoniac. 

0,^»nt2;i.iyyi»i./?f «-■>» s. inattention. 

JS'i-ni-^li , uig a. sweet, agreeable to 
the taste, savoury, delicate; benign, 
gracious. 

\if,ni.^,^u„ra. sweet, savoury. 

1]>n^^/.4n,» a. sweet, odoriferous, 
delicate ; - «./tfct^rto perfume, to scent. 

W^im-^a^nintiT, hgfi VH. S. W^ni-^u^nut 
Ufini-^^nin^ir, Irguij Vn. tO SmOll 

sweet, to be odoriferous. 

\i,%ni-^u^ninnM.p-pii, s. swectuess of 
smell, perfume. 

]i^,„.-^.,7i'ui^i S. H^ni-^^iuir. [joy. 

Ti^,„L.^j;nnt.pi>t^i s. mirth, gaiety, 



WM 



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\)},ni-^pui[, a. that makes sweet : ». 
confectioner. 

\i?int-^j; A-j/l va. to sweeten. 

W^m-^i-Pl.ii, s. sweetness ; delicacy, 
exquisite flavour ; aifability, clieerful- 
ness. 



U.^- 



tip s. pi. perfumes, odours; 



D,^n<-^^ ft. mild weather. 
Mfiiy^npii. $• windlass; gin or triangle 
for pullies ; engine. 

Itirni,!/ , ^j , \]^nt-unijlh O. IgUOrant, 

unlettered; stupid. 

illiterateness , ignorance , want of 
science. 



Ofc. 



"t^ S. U?'"'-^^- 



[food. 



Wfini^inhil, a. uneatable, unfit for 

W%ni.[i , .u'lipnj s. iron collar (of a pil- 
lory) ; collar ; ring. 

^im-plrp a. not confined to one pla- 
ce, unbounded, infinite : houseless, ho- 
meless, 

ll'fc/n.^^, ^•I'lnj, £/.j «. pi. dream, vi- 
sion, revery. [helpless. 

ftfcop a. destitute, abandoned by all, 

Hfcju.^ a. not vicious, harmless, void 
of malice. 

W^i^uipnL^pJ s. ingenuousness, good- 
ness, simplicity of character. [ble. 

W^i^P^uft , JJ^.^uip^iuiwlrili a. impassi- 

HH^iliup^utpni-PliLij s. impassibility. 

Hfc^u.;^ ,^ja. immense, infinite; extre- 
me, excessive, enormous, immoderate, 
superfluous, superabundant; intempe- 
rate, disordinate ; dreadful, violent, 
grievous. 

Ij^^iii^ , jH>,^,u^,, ad. immensely , in- 
finitely, beyond measure, excessively; 
intemperately, immoderately ; hyper- 
bolically. 

y^'^u^ui^jtn-P^^MA s. want of syme- 
try, disproportion. 

t],iv^^^w4.»» , /ly a. not adult, not ar- 
rived at puberty. 

]J^,^i,/in,.p-[iiA s. immensity ; enormi- 
ty; superfluity, superabundance, exu- 
berance ; immoderation, intemperance. 

X^iuiuiluuipiMi^k-ilE a. irreproachable. 

l]^«j{uf{><i/u , Wfiuiiu^uiulriy a- faultless, 
perfect, accomplished, complete ; un- 
failing; indefectible, inexhaustible ; ad. 
perfectly; without fail; incessantly. 

\i),uiu,iiu.ulrini.p-l,Li, s. indofectibility, 
continuance. 



UM«'4'"'iA'^> ^a-w «'"• *° ^^ irreso- 
lute, to hesitate, to delay; S. i^'/W""^. 
iiir,r. 

W}iMMiii,i,mli , M^iuf,ui,uMuiu/i,' a. without 
a guardian or guard. 

\^,„{u,^lruu, a. not preserved. 

WjiuiuiiiiMiiaiiuip.utp t OT u;4" ad. negli-. 
gently, without observation. 

]i},ui.^^,ifv%''i-R[-'^' s. want of obser- 
vation, negligence, infringement, in- 
fraction. 

W^.^nuiKnjTC , ^nMj2q.j a. unadorned, 
simple, plain, unpolished. 

lifjuiu.^nt-iCuipu.i, ad. without orna- 
ment, simply, plainly. 

lliujuyJi-^/o. unlimited, immense; ad. 
without condition, 

\i}„^uj,nu,u/uui%p a. without answer ;- 
.unit-u to confound. 

lti'/^mmi-4 a. unbecoming, improper, 
unsuitable, unfit, absurd, unseemly. _ , 

\^uiu,u,lTi,,„-Pl^ s. absurdity, unsui- 
tableness, incongruity, impropriety. 

Xi^.i.i^u.lrpuiqfuEukp «■ that lovos not 
war, peaceable. 

\ii,uiu.u,J-lr,r, irjP vn. to remove pu- 
nishment, not to punish. 

lp.<.^»,»./rcf a. unpunished ; ad. with 
impunity. 

\i,%,jiu,u,J^ni-P^[-^ s. impunity. 

'[\;i,uiu.a,l,[, a. not deceitful, sincere; 
that cannot be deceived. 

W)„.i.uu,l,,- , u,ni-fij a. dishonoured, 
dishonourable, abject, base, vile; ad. 
dishonourably, vilely : - «f./»«»«r, false 
money. \_ui,amt^. 

1],%.<;«.»4u«i., /rj a. impudent, disres- 
pectful, irreverent, immodest, shame- 
less ; ad. impudently, without shame, 
irreverently, disrespectfully. 

WitiMi-uuiliuiMLn^p-Jti^ s. effrontery, im- 
pudence, shamelessness; irreverence, 
disrespect. 

\i)„Miiumliiiii a. without image. 

|)^u|uii>>7Cu/<i- a. without cause, - pirin- 
ciple, causeless; without reason or 
motive ; ad. absolutely, peremptorily. 

X^^tuiuiut^TCj etc. S' U,^'*v"""^4 » etc. 
|),'>ju{i»ui>i<-uf^/i^ a. disrespectful. 
}\^,uiu,uin,-uju\i, a. that does not love 
honours. 

not grafted; that cannot be grafted; 
that cannot be united. 



D^/<^<<>uini./r<r, fry/i ua. to dishonour. 

M}'uiuim„M.^uiu a. unpunished. 

M^tMiuMmm-iTa. unspeakable, unutter- 
able, inexpressible, ineffable. 

"Miiuiiumnt-ni-Pl,^ f.irrevcrence; dis- 
honour. 

supported, unprotected, abandoned. 

\i?iuimi„i,uiiim , [,j a, unprepared, un- 
furnished, unprovided; j-l>j ad. -with- 
out preparation, unawares, unexpec- 
tedly. 

W^muimiiuiumni-P-lii^i s. Want of pre- 
paration; unfurnished state. [pyc 

yS/iuiuipuifpni-PlitA s. immensity. 

\i,iui.i,puiui a. busy, not at leisure ; 
not engaged in business« 

\]iiuiuipiaMiiuM%u,ir,iiiiituivn. to be busy, 
to be occupied. 

y^^nuipuiaini-P-ltiii s. want of leisure, 
business. 

\}^uiai(,[,irui'iiuMili a. incomprehensible. 

H^iMMiiupliuui a. without rampart, un- 
walled. [est. 

m^uiMupi- a. without bragging, mod- 

\f^iu{uipltni-P^ptii s. want of. boasting. 

H^iuiiuplit-^i , /ly a. immodest, un- 
chaste, indecent, bawdy, obscene ; dis- 
solute, debauched; -« , ad. indecently- 

]j?iutaip^b-^ini^liL.% s. immodesty. 
y^nifuipnjp a. uncircumscribed ; un- 
bounded, immense ; incomprehensible. 

"O^iuiuipuuMi. a. irreproachable; ad. 
irreproachably. 

\[fnMi.„pm , l-^ a. unblamable, inno- 
cent ; not due ; — iuiAlri_ f w^n^^uAiA-^, 
to clear, to acquit. 

nocent. 



very 



or more in- 

[cent. 

not guilty; inno- 

that suffers inno- 



J^^jMiMllUpuiUsll^ft a, 

cently, innocent. 

W)iiMiu,pmiuuhil, a. indefatigable. 

"Wfiuiiapmlri^ a. inviucible, uncon- 
quered; insurmountable, unsubdued. 

Xijiuikm a, useless, vain, frivolous, 
insignificant; vile, abject, miserable, 
despicable, worthless ; - mnAA-^, to ren- 
der useless, to spoil; J- , j-u ad. yskin- 



47 ttlU 

u^iuiftutuibiuiiiutrt '"jj"*! vu. to bo use- 
less, to become useless, to spoil. 

lV'*7P*«'*Ai"3'»*-3«f^A-#/*, "'-^b "va. to 

render useless. 

Mfiuiliuiu/bnt-pj. s. inutility ; littleness, 
insignificance ; baseness, vileness. 

\ifiuil„„nj,^ , yl,j s. pi. useless things. 

Wfiuiqt-pq. a. not lazy, diligent. 
W^Miiquinp a. un troubled, unclouded, 
clear, pure. 

\i?iuin,ln,i„y O. pathlCSS. 

M^iuiiLnfif. a. without a dower. 
\[}'ui,iuj^ a. without a crown- 

Jj^/uluiquMp./rnnt^P b^' » \M"H'"'ir'~^b 

s. infertility, unfruitfulness ; unprofita- 
bleness. 

\]}>ui,nni-q^ a. Unprofitable, useless; 
unfertile, unfruitful, barren ; ad. un- 
profitably, uselessly. [broken. 

lj>£<»/i/£u>^ a- that cannot break ; un- 

U,'i.£5»7, a. careless, remiss, negligent; 
ad. easily. [iut. 

Wf'^;"'" a. separated, divided, disjo- 

U.'if™™*-'/". %/• va. to separate, to 
detach, to disjoin, to disunite; to un- 
couple - 

W^2^mni-UU s, separation, disjunc- 
tion, [venly- 

!]?'£/*£. \^-^'2^ib a. indelible: slo- 

without water, dry, arid, anhydrous- 
l]^^i.,y.n.-/»/. J# s. dryness, aridity. 
\i?>2i''^d' "■ indelible; indissoluble; 

incontestable. 

\i}.2puit,n , Ij, «/j «. intermedium, 

space, interval , interstice ; partition, 

boundary. _ [tion- 

Xi^uihrnuipuM"!, s. curtain of parti- 
\i),2ii'Mihmirir, Ir^l; VU. to Separate, to 

cut off, to shut out, to exclude. 

JJ.'fcjpu/itm/it./y^ti *. space, interval ; 

separation, partition. 

j'uiiihil, a. infinite, unbounded; inter- 
minable ; unlimited ; indefinite ; incom- 
prehensible. 

U>,/.»4./i*io*P"</» ad. without limit; 
indefinitely ; indeterminately. 

\ljii„u„iu,pl9-MM,p.t-p a. leafless, dead. 

|],?/»i<iir, oyf vn. to listen, to obey, to 
give ear to, to acquiesce, to yield, to 
consent, to submit ; f , to turn a deaf 
ear, to refuse consent, to disobey. 



X^iliinjRuip , M^uiu/P-ulp/rJi U. that IS 

not slippery ; that does not stumble ; 
firm, sure ; infallible. 

\i,'',„u,%A a- without bridle, -reins; 
unbridled, unrestrained; unruly, ungo- 
vernable. 

Ij^iuij-iiiaf, , \ij,uinuiu%lril, a, unshaken, 
immovable, firm. 

\ifiu,-uu,, 'Q),„u>n,nl^ili u. uugover- 
nable, unruly, disobedient, obstinate, 
incorrigible. 

W^^m.iinirMr, lw^l< vn. to disobey, to 
resist, to be refractory. 

ll>/./.»u.ont^/.t.i s. disobedience, con- 
tumacy, obstinacy. [for eating. 

l]?/«t-yu.7/ a. without having a table 

ttfcofr^ a. steril. 

Wfiuh-^Hit , y^iut-pi/iiiai^np a. without 
seed ; unfruitful, barren. 

M^'ukfj a. without love,- affection; 
cold, unfeeling. 

U?'«/A a- without nourishment. 

l),i«/./ifr^. a, who has neither lovers 
nor friends ; antipathetic. 

W'-tplrin'-Pl"^ . M^n-lipn^aJ S. WaUt 

of love or affection; antipathy. 

UJ-u//^™ a. heartless. 

UW'""!, «• without fault; infallible, 
impeccable ; ad. infallibly. 

D></^«.^nt./?f t.% J. infallibility. 

W^n-lun^f, a. without salary, unpaid, 
unrewarded. 

\^iiili,ipiiiap.u,p ad. without beginning. 

W^iu^^i^-u.ij.u'i, a. without beginning, 
that has existed from all eternity. 

\S^uliqp%u,lil,j a. equally without be- 
ginning, coeternal. 

\i^iniii(A„i.pi,t_'i, s. uncreatedness , 
eternal existence. 

yS^'ulifi^fH, a. without beginning, eter- 
nal: baseless. 

W)n,n,ln[t «. unaccustomed ; unusual ; 
strange, extraordinary, new; irregular. 

l]^»u«t.u#Y_ a. ad. hungry, unfed, trou- 
bled with hunger; fasting; without 
food ; ip'lirl^ h"'L- 1 to fast. 

wiuni-iuiiMii'iiuiir, uM^uMj yji. to fast; to 
be hungry. ' [state. 

U,7/</#,«-m.^«.<-/?/riA s. hunger; fasting 

U?/.,««-^ a. Avithout mourning,- afflic- 
tion. 

l).'i>u#7<.<» a. real, true, certain. 

U?«-,L^p a. impure, unclean ; unholy, 
profane. 

lv""V'"«- > ^muiuiiuiuliuih , ^luuimnJr^ 



8 u.^4, 

il, a. infinite, interminable; perpetual, 
durable; inexhaustible. 

'^•uuiiun.ni-Pji «. inexhaustible state. 

\}^uuil, «• unscarred. 

\i^'UM„Mui,.uii a. docile, submissive. 

\}jiu,n,ujnL.uiir , [ij u. without moans, 
- property, poor. [poverty. 

l}?/i#«.uyoL/3/iJ'/ s. want of means, 

U^i/«>^//<-m a. irreproachable, unble- 
mished, pure, blameless; ad. irreproa- 
chably, [ed. 

UJvi/ii.tY.6- , \ijiumlr,ih^uiliiMfij a. uncreat- 

\\),uu,lrpl,i.p a. infallible, sure, uner- 
ring, without mistake. 

\S^,u,„l,'b a. without breast or udder; 
without milk. 

Mifiumyii. a. uncertain. 

U?«»«ini-^/j<-/3/tSr s. incertitude. 

\^.u„.n^lr[i a. unshadowed, uncloud- 
ed, clear, light. 

evident, manifest; indelible. 

\i).uu,n^lrpu,^u^l_ a. glittering, lumi- 
nous, brilliant, bright. [falsehood. 
H^uinnt-P-l>Li, s. veracity, without 
\}^tupp.ni-P-[n-^i s. uncleanness, impu- 
rity, [ness. 



W' 



uupinltnt-^ 



p-fii^i s. go d-humour, mild- 

'Wfia^nip, '^•uif.nif.lrih a. Inconsolablc. 

\i'}„lu,lu2ru.'b a. endless, eternal. 

y^iifjtiTCiun. a. unsaleable. 

UJii^uyt^, Wfiiluj/irini.^ o. unbocoming, 
indecent, unsuitable, improper, unfit; 
dishonourable; -u, ad. indecently, im- 
properly ; dishonourably. 

Il>/^yyfc^4./i«-/?^ti s. indecency, impro- 
priety ; deformity. 

W"li'!!Ji""^"'i ^- unlimited, unbound- 
ed ; incomprehensible. 

li^iluA , W^iiiuAtip a. that cannot be 
repulsed or put to flight, invincible, 
impregnable. 

W^iluiuiniuli a. indefatigable ; idle , 
lazy ; ad. without fatigue. 

^„lu,p a. uncultivated. 

Ijy.q.upf/- , l-j a. inexperienced, rude, 
unpractised, unskilled, unexercised. 

\i)i,lu,pJ-ni-P-l,ii, s. unskilfulness, in- 
experience. 

IJ^iiluip/i a. unforeseen, unexpected; 
vile, without esteem. 

\\^nl^,pA a. without salary, unpaid ; 
without merit or recompense. 

UfiiliMMt-trii , y^iiiiuUriiuiiiu,'!, «. iuvaUd, 
null, illegal, insufficient ; apocryphal ; 
- uiniihij to invalidate. 



D.%S 



49 



U/bS 



\tii4!^Urpuip:u,p ad. illegally, insuffi- 
ciently, [lity, illegality. 

W^iil^t-trpni-Pliii, s. invalidity, nul- 

ySiJult^lrp a. intrepid, fearless, cou- 
rageous, bold; arf. intrepidly, fearless- 
ly, boldly. 

W'ilir^t^pni.p[,..% s. intrepidity. 

1]^<^^«<^u<jn<. a. without inspector, 
- superintendent. [out pretext. 

"[^••lirpuMpiiirili a, inconcealable, with- 

U.'fc^^u/^.^ni. a. without cloak or 
mantle. 

\]?i>lt^l,A^u,%t^lP «• illegible. 

H^iilk-piiutflip a. without title or in- 
scription. 

HT'ltp a. unwounded, invulnerable. 

Ufiiip-mp, \^qp-uipirili a. exact, pre- 
cise, perfect; ad. exactly, precisely. 

\}}i,lP-uip„i.[3-l,t.'ii s. exactness, 

Hfc^ixX-^, a. indisputable. 

Mfiilb^n a. without pain, ' that has 
nothing to suffer. [nerable. 

\[)i,ll,pui,.np , W^iqiipuiLjtphili a, invul- 

Wft^uy a, unwitnessed. 

la^^u/ii^ a. firm, determined, steady, 
resolute, invincible, inexpTignable. 

y^nlTCuip a. invaluable ; unpaid ; infi- 
nite, endless. 

\ifiStuuMH a. harmless, innocent, inno- 
xious; unhurt, undamaged, safe and 
sound; ad. harmly. 

W^i^tauk-it a. not liable to injury. 

1],V/^inio4 a. distrustful, suspicious ; 
-fpit-ij to distrust, to suspect. 

Jf^.i/uinui^aM-P-li s. mistrust, diffidence. 
^ '0?'4^tuAf a. out of danger, safe ; un- 
hurt, free from harm. 

}j^,iluwl,m a. fat, plump. 

\i^-li"l-nil_ a. untroubled, tranquil; ad. 
peacefully, quietly. 

}^,^iq.n^i-P-l,^, s. tranquillity, un- 
disturbed state. 

IJ^i^ii^ui a. unfailing, punctual, exact, 
regular, correct, sure, certain ; ad. with- 
out fail, punctually, precisely, exactly, 
correctly. 

\j^iuigut£in^ut^i , \)^inuMqinni-^ a.. UU- 

wearied; not tedious, not wearisome. 

Xi^mu/bh-il- a. insupportable, intole- 
rable, heavy, burdensome ; incompre- 
hensible, inconceivable. 

Xi^imiuiTnUi a. without moisture, dry. 

\^u,iu^, /fj a. rough, unpohshed ; 
hard. 

Ufiuiuiti.,- ^, lug s. forest, wood;- 
'^"■ei' ' grove, copse, thicket ; - p^mi. , | 



thickest part of a forest ; ilh-ftutliui^uL, 
u/iimuin-li, ranger of a forest, forester. 

}\jimiMMn.uip.niit «. brought Up in a fo- 
rest, [thick; bushy ; woody. 

\i}imiun.ui/„[nn s. a. strong, tougb ; 

]]>>».» n.ui^,Y' s. grove, thiclcet. 

\}}iinMn.uj,/ni^a. becomo a forest, o- 
vergrown with wood. 

\t^i,nu,„..yl,% a. silvan. [fofest. 

Uftiniun.ut'iiujir, luj/ujj vTi. to becomB a 

\[}imuimu/ii a. unwavering. 

|],'iri»<u^i«(nyu u. induWtable, certain ; 
ad. without doubt, - difficulty. 

\\}im'"[ip.lrp a. indifferent. 

\iitmi"Pi!.iri„MMf..u,p ad. indifferently. 

]ij„nwp[!.lrpni.p-[,ii. g. indiffcreuce ; 
neutrality. 

U?/.#.«»/»™«/«/* a. resolute, determined. 

y^itnujpp , \i^tmuMppMiiliiii'ii a. immate- 
rial, incorporeal. 

\i3iu,lriiui^y% a. more or very ab- 
surd, - extravagant. [unskilful. 

WfiMnlriihitili a. ignorant, unlearned, 

l],i.»A-Y.A-4ni-^/i«J> s. unskilfulness, i- 
gnorance. 

llfcmA-Y/i a. not confined to one place, 
uncircumscribed ; absurd , extrava- 
gant; unbecoming, unsuitable. 

\i?iuwli-,iliuiuiilt a. hard, inflexible. 

'Wfimlriini-P^liiit g. absurdity, extra- 
vagance, incongruity, unsuitableness, 
unfitness, impropriety. 

XiJiml/ii^fli a. who does not aspire, 
unaspiring, unambitious ; - u>i_u>^»i-'f , 
not desiring honour. 

Mi^iinh-u , Jt^ a. invisible ; incompre- 
hensible ; - uiniikij to neglect, to take 
no care of, to despise, to quit, to a- 
bandon. 

\S^imk-uuipuip ad. invisibly. 

\[},mlruu,^ a. formless, shapeless. 

'Wfiinlruuiliu/ii, W^ait-uu/btr/li U. iuvlsl- 

ble ; incomprehensible. 

U.'fcu.A-ut//', frj/f va. to neglect, to a- 
bandon, to slight ; to connive at. 

\}}„nk-ant.p-[;ii s. iuvisibility ; incom- 
prehensibility ; blindness ; connivance. 

JJftuik-pni^l^ a. without master or go- 
vernor ; unassisted, forlorn, abandoned. 

U.i,«t£-«»4'"* «• which does not last, 
inconstant. [./.t^mJS/^. 

Ti^uikp a. free, independent ; S. D,K 

anarchy, interregnum. 

Jifimp ad, a. thence ; there ; '[• [irii^k 



- , from yonder mountain ; uium^ L. - , 
from each side. 

!],■>/»//. , ^j s. the -world to come ; ■pi. 
the blessings of the world to come. 

l],V/u>/>uf^u.^/ a. young ; childish. 

l]>o>/»j; a. without type ; unUke ; 
shapeless, deformed. 

Wjimffpitliuinna S. anticlxist. 

}S?,u,luh,iir ad. without deformity, - 
defect, perfect. 

Wi,„.l..n^P a. joyful, gay. 

Wiimliuift a. strong, able. 

XS^iunfuiputp ad. inseparably. 

\i?,ai,i/ri^ a. inseparable. 

'[\)iu,%oppik-[[, a. indispensable. 

Itfcmn^//' a. of low birth, ignoble. 

UimniA a. without habitation, house- 
less ; ad. like a pilgrim. 

Hiin^mnt.^ a. joyful, choerful ; ad. 
without sorrow. 

'\S^,pu,ii, luj 5. clavicle, collar-bone. 

]J^,p£u,/iii,'ii a. that relates to dreams ; 
visionary. 

U?/j s. aborti-ve: Easter; S tt^'j.^- 

ll'fcjra/f/.p s. passport; - Mnu,i_, to give 
a - ; ^iauinuiinlri_ ^- , to visBr the -. 

Hijiuit./", u/bj^vn. to pass; to flow, 
to run ; to pass away, to end, to cease ; 
to pass over, to omit ; - •iufiigu,%hi_, to 
exceed ; to surpass, to excel ; - n^u,^ 
%[••-.' fium i,puiiruii!ii , to infringe, to trans- 
gress, to violate, to break ; - ^A^ JJ^, 
to cross ; to pierce, to penetrate ; - 
ifk-puinfib , to repass ; - ^ mhifl, uimp , to 
succeed'; — /rtuj-niiui , to leap ; - ui^mif. , 
to hasten ; - nuit-m-pp^ , to grow old ; - 
^ptMifp, to be extinguished; - J-uii/h,_ 
'iiuMlil • to elapse ; - •u'l^I^ , to happen ; 
- ju,ih,u,pC,k , to die, to expire ; 4u,otu/^ 
%t-i_-, to cross, to traverse; -^«u> 
iuiift'' fiiiui uuiiiJTuh , to surpass, to ex- 
ceed, to go beyond the limit; - 4™iy_ 
Tflrui n^ui^t-iT lit-lip , to pass rapidly 
over many things ; um^"'*- l^i_ - f". 
i^t-. to speak briefly. 

\^i^uiuni.Sh a. soft, affable. 

H*/ju.^m^/ «. passage. 

\S^<gui,. a. healthy, free from [pain; 
insensible ; ad. without pain. 

llfcju/L.,^ s.a. passenger, traveller; 
fugitive, transitory, perishable, tempo- 
ral, frail, vain. 

l]^j""-"i""-/3^f "A s. instability, frail- 
tyj vanity. 



Mi'jui.-nLp^ s. health, freedom from 
pain; insensibility; apathy, inaction; 
impassibility. 

I],'fcj4-UY_ a. passed; - ^«/f-»«-^pp > old, 
advanced in age ; - J-uiJh/iiuili , the time . 
past. [ter. 

W^'jH a. passenger, traveller; «• Eas- 

tt>»j*//...^ o. each, every. 

Itji^igniiui^uti a. transitive. 

lH^^np^, my s. passengor. 

U.%j#,..^/.ti , W^.jni-Ui. s. j ourney, pas- 
sage ; transition. 

W^^nUi U' open to the public, fre- 
quented by passengers ; - iftnifng , great 
thoroughfare. 

y^ijin-gii/ht-iT, ncjli va. to pass, to 
cause to pass; to transmit; to dissipa- 
te, to drive away; to consume, to em- 
ploy; to transport; to carry back; to 
pierce ; to twine ; to enchase ; to omit, 
to pass over; to surpass, to excel; - 
^/A-f«# , to pardon sins ; — i^ut-m-pu i^tu^ 
iTiu'buiii ^i/b.uj , to pass away the time, 
to live ; - ^pun^ q^nt.p , to extinguish or 
put out the candle or fire; -/A^ uni-/i* 
'ft uui/p uni-iiirpit , to put to the sword ; 

— n.nmirJtnruuthualiuMI^ Or h dilrijj iLpmuuM^ 

ipn^nL-P-lm/u , to remit money, to send 
letters of change ;- ijjo#i-i"4i , to mis- 
carry in Tihild-birth ; - quM'iyni.^uM%b-[j to 
excel, to surpass ; - ^fc^ /3/r.. , to count, 
to enumerate ; - nguiun^JSu , to appease 
anger ; - ^lim-P-p^i, [n^p , to pass one's 
examination; ^u»^fu - (A^, to hurt so- 
me one. 

l],%3ȣ.jt/u^ a. passed, transmitted ; s. 
abortive child. * 

U?/jn^i.t./^/.i.'i J. modesty, chastity. 

It^jr^!. jitj s. pi. passage, journey; 
pass, defile ; street, lane; avenue; chan- 
nel, canal; hole, opening ; gate; acci- 
dent, event; leap; flux ;-/!i«»4««/>««»*«"j' 
ulriihliui^ , gallery, corridor ; — J-iuJm^ 
'iiuiiil;, space of time, lapse of time;- 
or p-h-puMii uitiofdna , orifice ; — "A5 ^ "'^3 
tunXirij to pass, to go ; «"*j A- ij-uipi 
Moniihu to come and go, to traverse ; 
p.uiifni.j'- u/ii^pt 1^,^. i,u , I have suffer- 
ed much ; uiuiuiJkyii [•pIrp.iMj „p jAf- ^fc^ 
l,L.ph-u/iiu ui%gh-uMi_ i^ia, , they told each 
other every thing that had happened 
them. [ble. 

Jj^ifiuifinM-uui , y^iifiMif,,^!^ a. inevita- 

U,^^<«( a. unclosed, open. 

U.'^'if ""«- > Mi'ip-in-uM^^ a. inglorious, 
unhonoured, abject. 



y^iifuiiLnt-PfiiX s. inglorious state, 
abject condition, Tileness, baseness. 

'^^nluai^phili a. immutable, not lia- 
ble to change, invariable. 

\i^,fnpiii/ii , \JDi^n^uiii,ul[b-il, a. immu- 
table, invariable. [replaced- 

ySi^ifinfuufunpif. a, whicli cannot be 

W^'ifnjP- a. negligent, careless, in- 
attentive, indifferent, indolent ; - u.«i._ 
%lrij ilAku to neglect, to slight. 

[if„fnjPn,-{3-pLii s. negligence, care- 
lessness. 

U^.^njiJl, (y a. that does not put to 
the test ; that is not tried or put to the 
test; inexperienced, untried, new ; 
pure, chaste. 

\i^„/rapAni-l3-[,ti s. waut of tempta- 
tion J inexperifnce.' 

m^^nLu, a. not rotten, incorruptible, 
not liable to decay. 

[ulrit a. immutable, invariable, unalte- 
rable, uniform, constant; adi immuta- 
bly, invariably. 

JJ?/^#n^n/«ni-/?/f«-Sr s. immutability, 
invariableness, constancy. 

Jj^^mai-P-l"-^ s. want of rottenness, 
incorruptibility. 

\}^^p^iiAiat-np a. that cannot be ran- 
somed or redeemed. 

U^^uj/i a. indestructible, indissolu- 
ble; insoluble; inherent; arf. indisso- 
lubly. 

U^^u^Hni-PJ^ s. indissolubility, [try. 

U^^iiiiiutp u. without a city or coun- 

Xj^ipiuqaipuiq-km a. who doos not un- 
derstand politics. 

JH^ipiailutpiail^P a. impolitic, uncivil, 
unpolite, uncourteous. 

\i^_puiqiifpu>iliiMpnt-Ppiii s. incivility, 
unpoliteness, rudeness. 

U?/f «f//_a. that does not walk. 

1],%^ ii>%u>^ a . without measure or 
quantity. 

XS^^uiu^lrilf a.intrepid, fearless, bold. 

Hfcp«/ra a. indigent, necessitous, poor, 
forlorn. 

vn. to be indigent, to be poor. 

Ji^ipiMiinni-P-liLii s. indigence, poverty. 

ltep«#«-A-^ o. inexpiable, irremissible, 
unpardonable. 



U.'^t'*' a. void of malice, not vindic- 
tive. 

WittP^piril. , ]\)ipPl,p^ a. that does not 
wink the eye; ad. without wiaking, 
with fixed eyes. 

U.'*!pV'*' ^ii^'fii^ib a. inscrutable, im- 
penetrable, hidden, secret. 

\i3i^1iini.p-l,^, s. inscrutability; want 
of examination. 

M^ipn/P- a. safe, secure. 

\i9{pyPnL.p-[iii, s. security, safety. 

U?ff>'"-'>' a. awake, wakeful, sleepless, 
watchful ;-^At^, ^u,^^ to be awake; 
to be wakeful, sleepless. 

\}?!^o,i_a. without veil ; without pre- 
text, plain. 

YI^'oifSiui/iiiA a. helpless, succourless. 

\i^oifi,tii[ii/iiliMr, Irgiuj vn. to be unas- 
sisted, to be helpless. 

^lo^ni-m a. useless, fruitless, vain, 
unprofitable; j^,, ad. unprofitably, 
vainly. 

l]>o/3- , nj , [,j s. vase, vessel, pot ; 
box; piece of furniture; tool, instru- 
ment ; -^ (un^iulik-pn^l, , kitchen-range, 
set of pots and kettles ; j~ uM,^,„t^, 
fuiq-phfj to borrow; J- ui,uu to lend. 

\i}iop-ai^l,n,.p[,t.^, s. angiography. 

Ut'oRl-B.'hoPl.. 

Mjiioup , /jy a. slender ; rare ; fine, sub- 
tile, thin, delicate ; feeble, meager, 
lean ; light. [very subtile. 

U,%oi>^>z<^n/t, a. more or very thin, 

lJ?io„puipt-^ a. that has light wings. 

\iyioupuiinuu% a. composed of thin or 
subtile particles. 

\i^o„pu,ini,pjpi, a. that has a body 
subtile, thin. " 

\]fio„pui'iiiM,ir, f^uif vn. to rarefy; to 
become thin; to be diminished; to 
waste ; to become fine or subtile. 

yi^oupuigat.jiu'blrir, ni-^Ji vu. to rarefy ; 
to make thin ; to lessen, to diminish, 
to subtilize. 

yy^totipb-lT 7i. Xj^otinitinnt-ttutltlrJ^ 
W^iounjllT S. W^oiinMtiliuJir* 

Hfioiipni-Ppi^ s. subtilty, thinness. 

Jjfiopl/i, a. unjust, wicked ; impious ; 
untoward; illicit, base; profane. 

\l)iopl^%nt-[3-[iL.'b 5. iniquity, malice ; 
impiety. 

Wf,op[,%iiipiup ad. illegally, unjustly. 

iif.opP'i.aii a. unexampled, unparalle- 
led, unequalled. 

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to be iniquitous, to be unjust; to sin, 
to transgress. 

^i-i^lS"-{'!^ ' Uef"/£''4'£# *• aurora, 
dawn, day-break ; /A7- •up^^i-p^'ii ad. 
at dawn, at break of day. 

lA.^uliirpui , !•, uM^ s. disciple, student, 
pupil, scholar ; foster-child; sectator, 
follower ; - a,pnuhuu,{i , apprentice. 

lA,iiulihpiniup.ii,[i ad, like a scholar or 
disciple. 

\i,z^lihpu,u,lil>^s. fellow-student, com- 
panion, school-fellow, comrade. 

XSt^lik-puiu/iing s. school. 

\S,zi"li'^P'"""'k[' a. that loves his scho- 
lar or disciple. 

XSi^^liirpuilrir, h^ft va. to have in tui- 
tion, to teach, to instruct. 

\i,iu,lilri,mni-P-ltiii s. puplllsge ; ap- 
prenticeship. 

l],2^//4t^«nni_4^ sf school-girl. 

lik^P'y I fjf s. hot. rye. 

U^u/in uiniikiT vu. to givo troublo, 
to fatigue, to harass, to incommode, 
to disquiet, to disturb; to torment, to 
plague, to rack ; to weary ; to importu- 
ne, to pester ; -^At^, to take trouble. 

JS^uiumuiJ-lip, \^uuJinu,[un'b2_a- activ©, 

diligent. 

Ji,^uuiuiiii2ui'b, W^^uimiaul^p 0. IftbO- 

rious, active, diligent, industrious. 

\i,^uui,nuiul,[,uip.uip ad. diligently, ca- 
refully. 

y^uuiuiuiii[,plrir, Ir^f, VU. to labour di- 
ligently; to compose, to write. 

\\,^,i,u,uJu[i[ini-[3-pi-'7i s. diligent la- 
bour, elaborate study, industry ; work, 
production. 

m^wMnuii-np a. s. that works, that la- 
bours; servant ;-i-</p«y^, lay-brother. 

nt-j[, va. to fatigue, to trouble, to in- 
commode, to disquiet, to disturb, 

troublesome, tedious ; which rnakes 
work, fatiguing. 

U^om//./"/", tjiy vn. to work, to take 
trouble, to toil, to labour. 

\i^,„i,mni-l3-l„^, s. fatigue, trouble, la- 
bour, care, endeavour, effort; work, 
business; exercise; fabrication;- «a;».oj, 
stretch of the mind, intense applica- 
tion ; ^^uiuuin^pirujjp (id. wlth difficul- 
ty, with great trouble. 



12 



mourning, 



V^uu^p t. mourning, lamentation, 
complaint. [lamentation. 

jJ^^uuipuA , p s, a place for tears or 

JJ^uuipu/tnt-uif a. plaintive, mourn- 
ful, lamentable. 

]],2^/»^t«r, tj/l va. to complain of, to 
lament, to mourn, to deplore. 

y^uutpt^ a, deplorable, lamentable. 

y^iiiup^ , f,, „,j s. world, universe ; 
land, country, region ; ipnec - 1 micro- 
cosm ; ^ui%iiJrpiir,ui_- , the other world, 
future life ; ^li^ ,aJk%u,i% - , through all 
the world ; - wOiiylb , all the world 
or people, everybody; /»«»™ - 4«A%, 
to expatriate, to exile ; t^'i,ti_, •fn/uPi_ 
j-k > to go in the other world ; ^^i_j- , 
to be born, to come into the world; 
jfiii -f I in the eyes of the world ;/3-w„ 
t"'-£-f ' *'0 leave lie world. 

ll2A""/»4"'p'S'"»4 t- that inhabits the 
worm or a country; cosmopolitan. 

\}^uuip^ii,^Plt *. geographer ;cosmo- 
grapher ; geography ; cosmography, 
poll-tax ; - uini,iri_, to take a census. 

\\.itttiipi,u,^niJ- uiiLbbiT va. to procla- 
me every where or with a loud voice, 
to divulge, to noise abroad. 

W.^uu,[,^m^„^ a. published or that 
publishes throughout the world. 

U,^i«^4ui^ni/_ a. praised by all the 
world. 

]i,^u.p^ai^„,l^._p-^Li, s. the reception 
of universal praise ; universal praise. 

ll.2^"7»4"'f-"/»*- s. Creator of the 
world. [the world. 

\i,zt""c'i"'i-"c^"'-P-t'^ «. creation of 

l],^ui^4ui5.nOiY- s. geographical 
globe. 

\i,^uu,pi,uiMi.p,uii,u% a. geographical. 

ll^u»^4u»^^„._/?^ti s, geography; - 
pjiiuliu/b , physical - ; - ^uMnui^uiliuhi , 
political-. 

U^u»^4ujY^f mt./*, irj[, vn. to observe 
or spy a country. [of warriors. 

l).2/"«"^4"'t°/' ''• composed of all sorts 

U,i/'""f»4«v/'/»a. that fills the universe. 

l),;^'"/»4"'/£W" a. that gives light to 
all the world- 

m.^uip'iu.piL.p a. heard throughout 
the world. 

H^'up^oj^inp^ a. thought or dqpe 
by universal consent. 

U^io^4«u/u/iL,yj. a. in universal or ge- 
neral assembly ; universal, general. 



UC1» i 

\kzt'u,p^u,ituM%oP- a. acknowledged 
by all the world; notorious, manifest; 
— ^piiimiufiui^ni~p fiiX , notoriety. 

1J,^«Y'4<»d-f><^/> sf. empress, queen, 
princess. 

\S,^Map^,uit-ni.ili a. that agitates or 
troubles the world; agitated or trou- 
bled in the world. 

M^wp^ai^utij ft, uij s. eonqueror; 
monarch, emperor, prince. 

\i,^iup^iuiiiainL.p-fiM^i s, eonquest. 

\i,^-M,p4ui^,ui a. worldly, temporal; 
secular, lay; universal, general; *. 
lay or secular man ; - «.n*A-^, to secu- 
larize ; - qi>^,uii limpf. , a secular life. 

U,^/i/«Y'4«>^u>%ufj£->«^ a. secularized; 
married. 

\i^-fii^u,iuA,ni-P[>tA s. secular life. 

M^uiiip^uM^k^Maj a. secular, laical, 
temporal. [universe. 

W^uip^ia^t-p a. that consumes the 

\kzt""i'4"'i^l'"i a. worldly, secular. 

ll.i/"<»/»4'"4%aa <*• *bat saves, re- 
deems the world. [world. 

W,^uip4mlil,p ft. that sustains the 

\S^uuipi,uMlinpitiii% , H^auip^M^npnju ft. 

that destroys the world. 

U^u>^4u.i(n<:^ a. that absorbs bt 
swallows up the world. 

M.^t'UMp^uM^mfp s. father of the world. 

\S,^uiiMp4ii,j'u,it a. that surrounds all 
the world. 

Ut^ulp^ialfuip or Wt^ulp^UM^UaJtup S, 

list or register of the people, census 
of the population: a. that keeps the 
register of the people ; «««.*£•£_ ^Pp if-, 
to register the number of the people. 

0.2^"Y»4""^£. *. public square or pla- 
ce in a town or country, 

U,^u>^4u.</;,u„ a. open to public en- 
trance, frequented, resorted to; - 
T-ni-iiA, Court. 

U,2A<<7/4<<y^% a. worldly, profane; 
secular, lay, temporal. 

^A^iuptiuibuiia. esteemed or respec- 
ted by all men. 

%,^,upi,u,^% a. that causes a conn- 
try to flourish; blooming, in bloom. 

0.2^"'f4«"V'"4 o,' that preserves the 
universe. 

\i,^umpi,aiuiuM,nnLjr ft. that rclatos 
from the creation of the world. 

\S^uip4uiu{uMpntAuilia. thatsurrounds 
the world, (Ocean). 

\i,^u,piiauk(i a. worldly, attached 



3 lies 

to the wordly vanities. 

\i^uuip4i„u[ipn,^p-pii, s, love of the 
world. 

U,^uiup4u,uu,triip- , ^j, a. that created 
the world. 

0^««i»^4.u;/.«^ a. political; secular. 

Ii,^iiiip4uii[iap ij/hliiT, JUt^iiup^uiiluF^ 

p[ur, It^.ui vn. to live according to the 
rules of good policy ; to live a secular 
life. _ [larlife. 

\S,^uiup4ui,luipnt-P-l,tA s. policy; secu- 

\i,Juiopiiamuw6- 0. that takcs care of 
the people. 

\ii^u,pi,u,miup,uit a. spread through- 
out the universe. 

ll.2^«"/»4"'"'t'"jr a- that detests the 
world, that is not attached to the va- 
nities of the world. 

\i,^uuip4Mamiru a. that has seen much 
of the world; known by all, notorious, 
public, manifest ;- jnc-juAt^, to pu- 
blish, to make known. 

'\i.^u,pi,u,mk[i s. master of the world, 
conqueror ; prince. [victress. 

H,^uu,p4u,Mi,[,/(l,% sf. queen ; princess, 

lif^piutp^mpuip D. Ijt^p'Uip^iauuin-nO' * 

y,^uip4uipiapni-P^ptA s. creation of 
the world. 

Il^«»p4"»ywj ** I'^^P 5 4""f^"""i""^ 
- , map of the world. 

I],£/»«>^4ia<.^->%f. , l,j s. public-house; 
pot-house ; wine-shop. 

U,2/»<"/'4«"-<"^'?'/'^ *• publican ; tavern 
keeper. [the world. 

}i,^uuip4ait-t-p a. that ruins, destroys 

\S,^uuip4m^ui,iui^uiijli s. cosmopolite. 

\S,^u,pi,l.^ a. secular; lay, vulgar, 
popular; -iJrqn,., vulgar tongue. 

\i^^u,upi,opi/b ad. secularly; vulgarly; 
generally, universally. [tion. 

\S,^uu,pni.ai, s. complaint, lamenta- 

\S,^ukin a. reddish ; of a fiery colour ; 
- ^, chesnut horse. 

U^gtA , /un^./^j a. ardent, spirited, 
lively, sprightly, mettlesome, fiery ; a- 
droit, skilful; alert, vigilant ;-<?/» , a 
spirited horse. 

\i,^njJ-ni-[3-[itii , 0,2^3'^ . ^ "•-•'■for . 

]J,^n^J-ni-P^-^ s. vivacity, spirit, gai- 
ety, sprightliness ; rapture ; mettle. 

\],^iaA,ajlA a. autumnal. 

\},^iuAiaJhi.ui s. , beginning of au- 
tumn, [the autumn. 

\i,^i,u%p s. autumn ; a. ad, of or in 

H^iA , ^nut, s. autumn. 



M^^nu/iiiali , !•, u#j a. candle-stiek. 

U,^uiiu%ui^uii/lu^ a. hair on end, bri- 
stly. 

U,2i"/"%u/4t«/', %/> vn. to be on horse- 
back, to ride, to mount a horse ; to 
break in a horse. 

]i,^ujwi,u,/i , [,, ,ug s. tower ; donjon; 
watch-tower. [wer. 

^,^inu,pui,li,u,f.npir a. that builds a to- 

\S,^nu,puiiiuj,i.„pirni43^ln-'i, s. construc- 
tion of a tower. 

ll,2«"u/;i"»4//»^'";i^ a. set round with 
towers or turrets, turreted. 

]S,^nu,i,iijliuiiL. a. which has the for- 
me of a tower, turretpd. 

\it^iiiuputl^lruiij l^yjaiiiiipui/^lrtiij CI, na- 

ving towers, set round with towers. 

W^^nhujj , iA.^,k , tts s. pike ; javelin, 
dart, lance. 

\i,^mir%uj^np s. lancer. 

Xjt^iipTiw'ij O' iJ»««»^2("A • 

]i,^u,nijiC a. dry ; - 4'"j > dry bread. 

\i,^u,fu,p a. who has bad or sore eyes. 

U, ou^t,^, nj , l].^uj^i-,^t<oy a. that has 
beautifvil eyes. 

l],^u.^t.^£a. alert, sprightly, vigilant, 
active, gay ; circumspect. 

M.^^U'lr'-P'l"-^' *• vigilance, circum- 
spection ; frankness ; spirit. 

\i,tu,/[uipiui. a. that moves the eyes. 

lJ.;iu/,y^^ s. pi. space between the 
two eyes. 

D,^u.iz.tir, tj/i , l],^«.n.f //", ir^iy vn. to 

have respect to the appearance of 
persons. 

\i,^,L.nL., [, , u,j a. that respects the 
appearance of persons, partial. 

U,^/«n./i».^^iA s. respect of persons, 
partiality. 

W,lu,pJa,fini-i9^[,€.% s. look of love, 
longing eye, amorous glance, lust. 
, U,^B«frai_ a. that has bad eyes : j. oph- 
thalmy. 

U'i.*"j""-"'-'3 /"-'*' s. complaint, pain in 
the eyes ; ophthalmy. 

' Viif^-y ' ikl'j a. that has eyes, that 

sees- 
U-i.*"?-' I'' ""3 '^- that has a fine eye. 
U.it,'< Hi/'//. U.^"^V S- ttip- 
*^it'-tl'hi *ll.i4'""<"'-4*. blindman's- 

buff. 

U,^ ' '"i."'j *. p'. eyes, sight, look ; 



.»^» mpiu.iiirl_ u,pita.%hij to cast syes 
upon, to desire ; /»«<» ^^ ij-iumlrij to 

judge by first sight ; ^/"'^" ^^^t.- to de- 
spise ; «"■- u-^" 4'?/^L.> to pay respect to 
persons ; j-u^u,^ ^u.'i.Itu to render o- 
dious ; j'"ij"3 l^ii-'i'l^u to ^^ i^ disgrace, 
to lose the good graces of any one; 
«.,£. ,«^o^, fantastical, fanciful, chimeri- 
cal; visibly; •"«- •"is^ l!iii_u,irufii_, h-pt-^ 
^njP , spectre , phantom, ghost; vision, 
iliusion; 4«7_ ui^u.^, to become blind; 
p^irpu,[L,uj -, half-closed eyes; jmu^ 
^h,^ to be bold, to brave, to defy; - 
juipu,uiun.-., , tears in the eyes, weep- 
ing ; liiu^ // ilu^p uipliu/i,iru to lower 
the eyes ; j<«»- >"ii"3 S. ll.^i"j""-. -"»-- 

!].»;,» , \}i- u,iM{tu ad. afterwards, then, 
immediately afterwards; consequent- 
ly, in consequence; finally, at last; 
secondly ; conj. then, therefore ; u.n. 
j,uu{u, , one day, some day ; for the fu- 
ture ; j^n , «-«- f JTJ" • henceforth, for 
the future ; -"«- t jt/"* jj,^,nu,li , a 
monument for posterity, for the re- 
membrance or memory ; u,n. j-^j^ s. 
the future ; future things ; jh^y-, , „p„ 
^4-^4 , j-zin. j-ju'u , remember, son, the 
future. ' [-reply. 

^u^u,p^u,'u a. without reason, - answer, 

U.u^/»p,«%n<-/?^<-V/ s. eulogy, praise. 

O^ra^-u/y , f J , lyj a. that is to come, 
future, posterior. 

me, dispraise. [blame. 

ii^uiu-n-nilirj; tj/. va. to dispraise, to 

H.^im^'i, a. unarmed J j- Jlupuii^i_, 

to fight without weapons. 

]i,uiu, p-^ conj. hut if, if, in case that; 
- o^, if not, otherwise, else. 

\\^iujp-,iipj s. gr. apostrophe. 

'[^uiuiPnjiia. without venom, - poison. 

1i,.^uiJ-u„r a. tardy, too late ; out of 
season. 

X^uiuMJ-uiiTu/i, a. that comes or hap- 
pens too late, tardy ; out of season. 

'\i,u^,uJ-^|J- . J-ni-J-f, a . intolerable, 
insufferable, insupportable : *. men- 
ses : blood, river or shedding of blood ; 

UmiMMllMJll-l_JUip[ll^l J— , J- P-ltll.Mll^Hj JUM_ 
pl^^' f*- J— ^UJirutl^pij Uipt-Ullfp. It- lUtl^UM^ 

J-ni-J-uii. p-u,i-,uij,i_, to be bloody, stain- 
ed with blood; /A'^ uipfuJii U. pinf. - 
t'"L} d^t •prc"^' ^ f^"t ~~ t^"L} te sweat 
blood and water, to make great force, 



D-flltt f 

to fatigue one's self to death; - pt. 
pnt-ai, intemperateness, violence. 

X^utuilt^p, 'O^mitrpfi a. desert, uncul- 
tivated, [one's hat. 
XS^uM^ini-plrir, y^l, va. to take off 
\i,uf,a/n,„ a. vain, useless, neglected, 
slighted, forgotten; - ,un^lri_, to neglect , 
to forget, to slight, to violate, to in- 
fringe, [be ungrateful. 
UiUfui^uiui'iruiir, lutfuif vn. to forget, to 
y^im^uiuipp , puij s, pi. bad omen, 
sad destiny. 

\},uiui/uuiu,i-np a. ungrateful. 

ingratitude. [glazier. 

\i,uiui/iiufnplt, /i, raj s. glass-makcr ; 

M.^iuil^m^npirni-P-lii-'iis. art of making 
glass ; glass-house, glass-works, glass- 
trade ; glazing, glazier's work. 

l]^>^ii>(<u% a. corrupted, corruptive. 
■ W^uM/iMa'iiuifnplr a. thut corrupts, cor- 
rupter, destructive. [tion. 

U^iiul^u/biiiii^P a. that likes corrup- 

H,uiiu/iuAMMijni- a. corruptible. 

li,iiiiii^uAtrir, t-^f, va. to corrupt, to 
spoil ; to alter, to change, to falsify ; 
to contaminate, to soil, to dirt, to 
spot; to cause to rot, to putrefy; to de- 
form, to disfigure ; to deprave, to se- 
duce ; to pollute, to profane ; to poi- 
son, to infect; to vitiate; to debauch, 
to lead astray ; - q^yu , to deflour, to 
debauch ; - .fn^pin , to corrupt the 
heart ; — tiu,lrul,i_ trnpnt-uij , to shave ; 
-• qu.njtq^p'-P-t'-'i' • to ruin the health; 

- ifiiMipu , to corrupt the morals ; - qoij. , 
to infect the air ; - ^unrpunL. , to libel ; 

- 4pn/ jj^ppiiu , to consume, to burn, 
to devour the mountains ; - ^unp^m-p^u 
pi-pnL^ , to render useless advice ; - 
^uia , to seduce. 

l]."/"'4'"V"^' *'j'?/ ^P- to be corrupt- 
ed, ruined, spoiled; to dirty one's 
self; - i^n- n^jiir^ , to sin with some one. 

Uiu^w^u/'ir/.^a. corruptive, contagious, 
infectious. 

T^^iiuliu/iinuPliJu s. corruption ; des- 
truction, ruin ; contamination, infec- 
tion ; depravity, perversion, degenera- 
tion ; putrefaction, rottenness, sour- 
ness, staleness, rancidity ; - ^n^i , de- 
floration, debauchment; 0.*-.^' ^"•-p 
uiuiiuliuAini-P-h.u/i, , sepulchre, tomb ; - 
ftujpni-g, corruption, depravation of 
morals or manners ; j- -^hu -i^pAni-, 



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D. Wti^luili^uMlipir'^ JiJkn^t ittuiuil^u/tini-P-lruili t 

the winter destroyer or'spoiler. 

y^iuj^tiy, lH.ui.Mj/it.ik'i' a. made of 



n^'fi^/tl't h'-in 4*-"'j*. glass ; drin- 
king-glass ; bottle ; - uiujmnu:,u.%uig , 
window-glass. 

\i.ui,„^u,p, [,j a. menstrual; having 
menses: excrement; privy. 

l],i<;<«4u/^^.ut> , [1 s. repudiation, di- 
vorce ; ifPp , p-nuifP^ -l< , act of divorce. 

xS^ui^ujplim S. U,«V'"4'"/»- 

}S,uiu,i,uipli a. exempt from taxes ; - 
ranAt^/to exempt one from taxes. 

^•nu.i.uiplin.-P'li.X s. exemption, free- 
dom from taxes, franchise, immunity. 

O,"/"";"^ a. sure, safe, assured ; j-u 
ad. assuredly ; j-u [l^lru to be sure, to 
be certain. 

jiaj vn. to be sure, to be assured. 

•IhiF, tj[i va. to make sure, to assure ; 
to give security for. 

U.«£«»4„i/#.^p/.tA s. surety, security. 

l).»;raj,«i. s. repentance, regret ; re- 
morse ; penitence, compunction, con- 
trition ; — u,n%ni.l_, lllril^ It- — iVl'I^U ^0 

repent, to feel regret. 

U.«/mj.«t.t,/-, tj/, va. to regret, to re- 
pent of, to lament. 

^•Miuj^biu-pu/bf^ s.pl. penance. 

M^u.^uuiph-ir, Irgl va. to repent of, 
to regret. 

\S^u,^uipnfi_ s. penitent. 

HS.ui^'^u.pn.iu.i.uiip s. penitentiary. 

]i,uiu,^luu,pn..p[iiii s. repentance, pe- 
nitence ; mortification. 

\i,,ii^,£,„P^ a. ungrateful ; vain ; vile, 
disagreeable. 

\S^uim^inpi^ni-PI<iii s. iugratitudo. 

\y..,iiu^L.^ a. vile, base, abject. 

llu^ra ni-phm, conj. then, therefore ; 
ad. finally, at last. 

l].«^ra«-rac/- , ^j s. rock: a. rocky, rug- 
ged, hilly, stony ; -^ V.p"'pt'" • stony 
Arabia. 

\i,uiu,n-uiJ^ni-ui a. rugged, rough, sto- 
ny, rocky. 

*U,o^u»«.^;J a. on credit ; - ifiitij 4u,_ 
TCuiiulrij to buy or sell on credit. 

\i,i,{ujni[> , lii-y , %hu,^ s. futurity ; a. 



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future ; - j-uiiTu/buiii p-iylj I gr- future 
tense. 

\\,uiian-„,_ir a. insolent, pert, bold, au- 
dacious ; -u ad. insolently, pertly. 

]i,u{„.uu„u% , [•, u,j s. asylum, refuge, 
place of safety, shelter ; a. sheltered, 
placed under protection ; - umHru to 
confide, to intrust; to secure ; - ipih-^, 
to take refuge ; to confiide, to trust, to 
be confident ; jn^l'" - {['"i't-ij j"t'-"3'' 
uiu,p,ih-i_ - ipihij to be in the last ago- 
nies, to be at the point of death. 

D.'V'ui'uiu.^iwu/iu^ a. kept in a place 
of safety. [retreat. 

^•Mi,uuaiu/iiMupufiM s. refuge, asylum; 

Xji^luMuuiuJhlrtl' S. \\uiUMtiinutli tunjtcr^j. 

M^iMLiu.nu/iinujdliii, s, rcfugB, trust, 
confidence. 

Mj-iuiinn^ir, \i,uiiiiuini,Ji,ii o. ignoblo, 
obscure, low, plebeian. 

\]tUiut^u3J^iM/bnq f \^uiiu^tu^L-q_ S. priVy. 

U,<v<u^u>4£-/^ s. excrement. 

}Sf'iii[,u/i,iuquii,^ a. ornamented by 
palaces or mansions. 

W^iiupia'ii^u.'b , f,^,ui^ s. bracelet. 

^uiiapa/iQ, s.pl. palace, court, regal 
mansion; house, dwelling. 

l],«/u<^uiu<u^ , fij a. unbridled, unre- 
strained, licentious, insolent, impu- 
dent, [bridled, licentious, insolent. 

M^MiuipiuuuAihir, hjl vn. to be uh- 

\S,'H"'p"'""''^"'-Pl"^' s. insolence, ef- 
frontery, impudence, licentiousness. 

ll.";«»/>ni-<r «. border or edge of a tent 

or pavilion, fringe. [frontlet. 

U,.^u.^o^, //J s. turban, head-band, 

ySf-lui^nig , gnt-g\ig S. iudOX, SlgU, 

mark ; example,^ model ; proof, argu- 
ment, reason, evidence, testimony ; de- 
monstration; j,y,n'ii[i -, evident proof. 

n.-Miuijni.^uM/iu/ii a. demonstrative. 

1],u;/«j»i-j.«At»/*, ai-j[, va. to demon- 
strate. 

Q^,i/i-<u?/^/o( , o/j s. cord, string, line. 

U,u{u/i-u/,i. , uy .s. excrement. 

\S,u(iuM-u,pu,ui\ a. dirty, unclean. 

XS^nutU/b , «-ffc^ , %«oj s. asylum, re- 
fuge, retreat; confidence, assurance. 

ni-fi[, va. to confide, to attract. 
\i,uiuii.l,^i^ir, hgiy vn, to trust, to eon- 



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fide, to rely ; to take refuge, to take 
shelter. 

U.u/o.^^t.n^p^^'S' s. refuge, resource ; 
confidence, security. 

D.«,"{^t* conj. then, therefore ; per- 
haps ; already ; in effect, in fact, in- 
deed, truly, really; -3-^-h'"^ f*- ne- 
vertheless, however, yet, notwithstan- 
ding. 

%lr,r, tj/, va. to cure, to restore to 
health ; to take away, to cause to cease. 

'^..ifrpu,},,.,, , ^j a. ungrateful. 

^^yp,uiu,„l,j; hyy vn. to be ungra- 
teful. 

^•iirpu.luutnu.p^l;'^ s. ingTatitudo. 

\i,uit-puiuiiA , etc. S. M^iapuiuuA , etc. 

W.-iP^a// s. brooch. 

U^ii^/iuib- a. varnished. 

\i,u/[./iu,p a. impotent, weak, feeble. 

\i,uf[,/j^p„,.p^l,i-% s. impotence, fee- 
bleness. 

\i."il'i[' s. varnish : S. l].«^»'4^ • 

\i,uiPpu,u, , /y a. wicked, iniquitous, 
rascally, roguish, flagitious. 

M^l.puimu-luo.i a. slanderous. 

\i,uil,pu,u,u.-P^l-iA s. wickedness, ini- 
quity, malice, flagitiousness, villainy. 

l],,Y^./<t.r, tjl- va. to dry salt-meat, 
to cure hams. [to wonder. 

llu/^uAuiiT, uijuj/ vn. to grow stupid, 

\i^^jni.auAk-tr, ni-jfi vu. to astouish, 
to surprise, to enchant, to enrapture, 
to amaze. 

\i.ui^ir, y^jui/ vn. to be astonished, 
surprised, enraptured, amazed; to 
grow stupid. [by force. 

\\,„f^uiyir, tjp va. to seize ; to take 

U^u/^i-Pf s. astonishment, surprise, 
amazement, stupor ; dulness, heavi- 
ness, stupidity; lethargy ;j- 4»»/»*-«»„ 
ii^, to hebetate ; S. ll•</^*^"^^'"*'^'^ 

l],'<|/><-^"yy I ta *• monkey. 

X^uini^uin s. salted and dried meat ; 
ham ; -^ , pig-meat. 

llu^oi-j^ a. stupid, dull, heavy, foolish, 
silly; astonished, surprised, amazed; 

1— l£p[3-lr£, iitupt^utUh-f, Mupl^uahlr/^gLUMp^aL.^ 

^•ifuhij to strike with astonishment, to 
surprise, to amaze ; j- kcPhti ^"'pk'"- 
"iilij i-uiniiiiii^, ilHik-ij to be struck with 
astonishment, to be surprised, ama'zed, 
to wonder. [fish-hook. 

W^iincn. , ujuin-lij s. booty, pluudsr : 



U/V''W *• pottage, soop; nourish- 
ment: S. U.»/n.-.l.. 

U..i/#i.ti/*, A-j/f va. to plunder, to pil- 
lage, to ravage. 

U,<7u<^u<^t</*, tj/. wa. to recommend. 

W^umiui/i!., //, >»j a. rebellious, diso- 
bedient, refractory, contumacious, fac- 
tious, seditious ; -^ , conspirators ; J-n^ 
IT'L' 'ip«"pu»'ir»«-/3-/iti -lut/ , conspiracy. 

W^iiuiuii/pu'/iu/b a. insurrectional. 

jmy vn. to rebel, to revolt, to mutiny, 
to conspire ; - /» 4'"«-"""'»5 > to aposta- 
tize, to abjure religion, 

cite to sedition, to stir up to rebellion, 
to cause to revolt. 

li,uiaiuMiiiini.p-[iiii s. rebellion, revolt, 
mutiny, sedition, faction, revolution. 
H^unnii I wj s. slap, box, tap ; — ««_ 

6-Jt/ ^uMhlr^ J'uMuinL.ausltyf_2 tO Slap ^ — tun.^ 

''•"•-L E'l'm^L "«-"'^t.' to receive a box on 
the ear- 

va. to slap, to buffet. [on the ear. 

\\,ufu,iMiliujuwnt-, p a. that gives a box 

\i,,;ilintii/it-J', trjli Vtt. tO bOX, tO slap, 

to cuff. 

M^pf'kp I ^""j s.pl. life, duration of 
life ; n^ il'i'l^L. '"'HP"^"'3 > to be in a 
dying state, to be dying. 

\^ufnhqni-ju/ulrir, ni-gl VU. tO doUver, 

to set at liberty; to save, to preserve. 
B,uiplrg"'-3ti- *• that saves, preser- 
ves, delivers. 

D.'v/'Ai.' \i-^cl'^/j t *• April. 

li^pli'/; Irjiy vn. to live ; to obtain 
freedom, to escape, to fly. [»,«.p» . 

^•ipl^nt-j; ^Jh ' ii''ii *• silk; S. IT'S-, 

\i,uipni.um s. livelihood, subsistence, 
maintenance, provision. 

W^lpuMUiT S. ^atiiuui initio 

JVuiJinM s. pail, vessel to hold wa- 
ter, [ful. 
'[i,uio[,^'buiM-n[, a. illegal, illicit, unlaw- 
13,1^, y , /.£- U.S. right ; right hand ; 
ifiiij. ui£Ji- , to the right ; uM^iy Jt-ojai/p. 
juM^nmuli , right-handed ; jui2Jk ^ j": 
^I'kk" j"'tr'-3 '"- j<"^^k"'3 • to the right 
and left, on each side ; - p-U. pui^nu^p , 
right wing of an army ; - ^ui^u/bm-Pi 

muii_ ^ui[lliuin^lrl_ ni-dtp , tO offCr OHO's 

hand, to consent ; j- L j<i.4ti»4 , right 
or wrong. 



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U>i"'4ft3 «•*• coadjutor; assistant, hel- 
per; confederate, 

\\,2^in,iJt-u/i, a. to the right, on the 
right side ; j- .i.u.un^ , to the right. 

\S^2i"k"'i?l' «• right side, right hand ; - 
'biui.ni., starboard; jui^uilinif^nJit , to the 
right. 

U>£."'43/"^> %'w vn. to aid, to assist, 
to succour; to league, to confederate. 

U>£.«'^j"«-/3^«J'» *. coadjuvancy; aid, 
assistance , succour ; confederation, 
league, alliance. 

\\.2^4'"'fp^/l' s. kissing of the hand ; 
homage; compliments. 

U,^i«y , lrurf_p or at£[{p , t-iyj , tmj ; S. 

U,£;.»t, etc. S. 3'°£."'z.' etc. 

11^ , /<y s. taking, capture, seizure ; 
plunder, pillage ; - ui<.uj^ , - i. ,u„int-n- 
S. D.'-«"/» ; J- jiuuinui. , ad. plundering, 
sacking, pillaging. 

Ui-pr. at; near; among; in compa- 
rison of; with regard to; relatively to; 
during, in, under; against; with; to- 
wards ; next to ; by ; for ; on ; in pre- 
sence of, before ; mn. [la k ju,Jh'b,yii 
J-uiiF, he is always near me ; «/^^.^^««_ 
g"<-u2b$. •ijf"' i^n. 'iop pt-pnuT, make ex- 
cuses for him to his father ; iu,i^,np _pn 
nj/.ir^ A% uin. piFnilu , joxxT misfortuno is 
nothing in comparison of mine ; ^iui^ 
tun. if.ni^a'ii , he is gouc to the duke ; uni. 
i^uya Im. lun. ^iifbu , amoug the Armenians 
and Greeks; n^^in/iiuiti' <"«- Wi'til""- 
gt" I it is not even among the English ; 

uiuhuat^ plij, ^ uiitL tun- ittufptniropu ttnp 

nt:i,[iir uin. ^yti_, it is little in compari- 
son of whai; I owe you ; juiptf.,y jyh-uM^ 
put. 4 tun. uiiiyiib-iil!ii , he is respected by 
all men ; h^y^^L- or luMujmtut tun. ^lUi^t-^ 
p-yui% , to leap for joy ; u/atpm k. /^*'*i. 

tutpint-tantupni tun- tsAJTlt It- tun- tttiia t it IS 

right to respect one's self as well as 
others ; #««- p.tupy/£tut/u nt^liiT r^tu , I 
keep him for my friend ; "iiuatk-ij p-unj^ 

illri_iun- nt-JtrlBt Ot tuti- ni-Jtr^ , tO sit doWU 

near any one ; tuit. p-uiti.iut-npnL.p-yiutip 
Spif-tuojuif , Under the reign of Tirida- 
tes;««"i-^ uilruuiHri_t^ui , to see him; 
tutt- tuptntttgu f on the outside ; «/«- ^p^ » 
near, towards; «/«- t-p/iputt., on the 
ground; um. ut/p, to each person, a- 
piece ; «"«- ^pnt-PkuiU , for malice, 
through malice; um. ut^lt, hpliltt-tit, for 



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or througli fear ; "»«- ^mlpi J-uiiTuibut^ 

liuit- , at that time, then. 

l],n.w^uf<i./> , /ij , «"j *. curtain, veil, 
net; pretext; nuptial couoli: gynae- 
ceum : bed-curtain ; pavilion, sail of a 
ship; iTu/ii^ni^if, -[<, young persons 
that accompany the bridegroom, para- 
nymphs ; - Miliii[„jlri_, 4!^[iui^ni-ij,ii%lrij tO 

sail; li2n,-^,,i'iihi_tf- , to strike sail. 

yard. [sail. 

'^^^uiif.uiiimiuiUi- a. in the shape of a 

lln-'"?-""/"""'^/'?- «■ that draws the 
curtain ; that veils ; that sets sail. 

y^n.uMij.uiumui'bai-kii u. giveu to the 
nuptial couch. 

(],ir.uif.u.ui>im</iYw» a. for the service 
of the nuptial room. 

W,n-uj,n,uuu,utipu.li a. veiled, covered 
■with a veil or curtain. 

U,n_™^u.H«ii-«r, lrj[,va. to vell, to cover 
with a veil or curtain ; to cloak under 
a pretence, to mask ; to set sail, to 
make sail, to sail. [ascribe. 

U,n..»^^t«/", tj/i va. to attribute, to 

'\i,n.u,^pir,r, ir^[, va. to prcfix, to put 
before ; to set, to apply, to put, to join, 
to add ; to establisla, to appoint, to 
make. 

position, addition ; proposition. 

va. to tranple under foot. 

\S,ti.uiir , [,j t. adage, proverb, saying, 
aphorism, sentence, apophthegm ; a- 
xiom, maxim, general proposition, 
rule, principle: oracle. 

|J,n.««4' '"3 *• proverb, adage ; figure, 
enigma ; parable, simile, allegory ; apo- 
logue, fable ; spectacle ; -uit., prover- 
bially ; «"«- -4- ■ to be exposed to public 
laughter or contempt ; j-u mut/j to ex- 
pose to public attention or censure ; 



//[, il,%b-U to be exposed to 
public view, to lay open to public con- 
tempt ; £"«> -lA , according to the pro- 
verb ; - lupliiuiihij -op luouh/j to tell a 
proverb, parable, fables; to proverb; 
to give an enigma or charade to guess 
or divine ; j- uiirhu to give an example, 
to quote ; j- t^-u j-u ipilrij to be- 
come proverbial or a proverb. 

iJ^ui/fujpLUj'ii a. that speaks in pro- 
verbs ; fabulist. 

Wjn-w /luipiuiirj; tj[t va. to proverb, to 
speak proverbs ; to speak figuratively. 



]3^iuiiutiuu%„,.p^pt.% s. figuratlvfe dis- 
course, parable ; enigma. 

\i^i.uiiu,if.[,p a. that writes proverbs, 
or moral.fables. 

U.n.io4u»^^/7/./3^^«_t, s. book of pro- 
verbs or moral fables ; the act of wri- 
ting fables. 

u^n-fu^uifijoii J etc. S. \}^itini[itup.ujb f etc* 

13,a-ui;^<«^u>t> a. proverbial; enigma- 
tical. 

\i,n.,u/iu/i,/rir, ir^f, ytt. to cxpose to 
public notice : to conceal, to hide ; to 
dissemble, to play the hypocrite. 

U.n.«i;J«Ap s.pl. ignominy; private 
parts, nakedness. 

M^a-uiliutplin^, u,j a. who propounds 
enigmas ; who talks in proverbs. 

U,n-«i^t.r, t-^f, va. to allegorize, to 
make use of parables; to confront, to" 
compare, to resemble ; to exptse to 
public censure. 

}S,;-ujii„L.m, s. simile, allegory, pa- 
rable ; public censure. [poise. 

W^a-uilin-ntSh^ , W^aJipnt^uIi S. COUUter- 

U/i-,u;jo^/A„;j^ a. mysterious ; - 4f""_ 

minent, sublime, mysterious dogma. 

\i,ii-ui.iil.u,^M„% a. elastic. 

JJ.n.u.^^n^p-'p s. elasticity; spring. 

l)i"-""^*-«f/^ s. menses. 

!].«. u,jJ^j- S. U.J J^J-. 

U,n.,«W/A, l],,i.,„%<jfw, c. peculiar, sin- 
gular, special; insulated; solitary, lo- 
nejy, obscure; specific; - juim^n^^ 
/3^/., speciality; ad. particularly, espe- 
cially, expressly; singularly, specifi- 
cally, narrowly; apart, in reserve, se- 
cretly, aside, separately, solitarily. 

\\,n.u/i,Ai,^/uount-P-[iL.i s. soUloquy. 

W.n.uA.S'ii.j./iuM, a. peculiar, singular; 
lonely, solitary; own. 

lJ,n.,«A<au/^™i„^/3^fii g, peculiarity^ 
propriety; solitude. 

Ti\,n.iM/i,Ji,ai^t-u,^, itj[ij a- solitary^ 

lI."-'"^"^'"'4%"'-P^/"A S' solitude, state 
of living alone. [withdrow. 

\i^n-u,'ii^,u/i,iu,r, lujiy vn. to retire, to 

U,n_u.i.ft,m^„^4„^p^ti g prerogative, 
privilege, exemption, immunity. 

\\^u/bj%u,„i;p a. that loves the soli- 
tude, [propriate. 

'W^n.u/i,i'iiiMi,.n[,l,j; y^iu) vn. to be ap- 

(],ft.u.WirmtjY'/,i_/3^f ti J. singularity j 
propriety. 

\i,ruuA^'i,nj s, solitude, monastery. 



u.n-11. 

\i^uiiijCi,ni-P-f,tfb s. solitude, retreat. 

U,<i.u<%y pr. without, except, save ; - 
f 'r, without me. 

yS^ui'ii^u.'birir, ^[i vn. to lose one's 
head, to rave, to talk nonsense ; to 
surpass, to go to extremes. 

\S,/t.uAijuM%_g , \^ui%jjl,li a. false, feign- 
ed, imaginary, fabulous. [sage. 

Uin.10%^ , j/fj s.pl. axis ; pivot ; pas- 

U^iu^if. a, distinct ; ad. distinctly. 

W/i-tuig^uah I ina , W^uiuiUMpjib d, StOny, 

rugged, craggy, uneven, rough ; s. rug- 
ged or rough road. 

U^<i<£^, nj , U,«-u.^ *. front, head ; arm, 
division, branch ; -^ tf-hmy , arm of a 
river ; j-y or j-y li"iup"''kt before, in 
front, at the head of; t"" "'-*^/.> •""-- 
"iinK-ij to obviate, to be beforehand, to 
prevent; - *«..-»«-, head, prow, bow 
of a ship ; - fopu-g > division of forces ; 
iffm. ~ ipiiuij hfiuiiirij to go to meet. 

l],a.<i.£u»^/>^ a. placed before, set be- 
fore, proposed. 

U,/i-m£/»^^A-./", t-gj, va. to set before, 
to place before, to propose ; to intend, 
to design. 

B,n.n.£.i»^^n£-/3/r<-'ir *. prOpOSitiOH, Ob- 

ject; purpose, resolution. 

\i,a.,a£ui^iy , U,n-.i/£u»4««j *. joiut, COm- 

missioner, assessor; S. lJ,«-»«^4Hy 
|]^u>£u<;^<»,„<./3-^<j> «. assistance, j oint- 

commission: S. 0.«-«o2A4«»/n«-/?/'«-* • 
D^/ȣu/(/ȣ% s. front, fore-part. 
l]^uf£<<><Y<<>4 , u»3 *. vanguard, van ; 

guard ; - iu»«-«»j , pilot, steersman. 

H^ai£uiuiut^t-uui , ly S. OUtpOSt, OUt- 

guard. 

\]^uM£uMplilrir, t-gfi va. to propose, to 
offer ; to propose for consideration. 

Vln.».^u.^4»i-/*/F«-i *. proposition, pro- 
posal, project, question; establishment, 
introduction, motion ; arrangement ; 
theme ; problem ; discourse ; -^ , pre- 
mises. 

\i,n.ui2y-"p < «"j <J- proposed ; prece- 
dent, prior, first ; -^ , first-fruits. 

X^^oMM^uit-npni-P-fii^ s . proposition, 
proposal ; first-fruits. 

[],>i.«.£^«y^ , l^ly s. offering. 

\i,n.Mii£lrt-. , j\i,,Liu£t-iaL. od. beforc ; qy^ 
n-,u£t-op Mu%/i,iM%t-i_, to go to meet (a per- 
son), to advance before (the enemy). 

IVtiojefc/S-fr/j a. present. 

\t."-"'£l' pr. ad. before, in presence of, 



89 llOU. 

in front of, opposite; forward ;- ^.r, 
before me, inmy presence ; ^0^.-, to 
go before, to precede ; - «.niA-£^, ^■fcit^, 
mp/iui^lr^, to propose, to assert, to pro- 
ject, to offer, to represent, to produce 
to decree, to exhibit; to explain, to 
declare ; - 4<»^, to present one's self, 
to appear ; to resist, to oppose ; - 
/fy , V. imp. which is or are in front, 
forward, before ; »»/» -» 4'W ["C"""' ^^^ 
present maxim ; 4""(p^' - 4'"*' ^^ < I 
have the will before me ; [fiii ^pi, - 
Ify, the ill is near me ; ;jn/F muki_liuMf 
•n"l_ -. what we have to say; utJiAlr^ 

gniX Jlrq^ jiub^lij;,!!, il%lri_ Iium/ - , it is 

necessary for us all to appear before. 

U,«-«'^/'4u»/ , /fy a. present ; near, clo- 
se ; *. assistant ;- ra««»^/i, the current 
year; - uiJlu, present month; j- ^^ 
p.uip-n,. , in the next week ; -ilfiilri_, to 
be present, to interpose ; jhpyumi, - 
us,ruiTu!ii , the thirtieth inst. ; j-u% ad. 
for the future, henceforth. 

\i^in£li/i,y„,.p-l,tX s. presence, assi- 
stance, intervention. 

first; prior, antecedent; ancient, pri- 
mitive, chief; previous, original ; pre- 
cocious ; in the first place ; -.^, s. ance- 
stors, predecessors; the ancients; -, 
jiun-ai^Jl^ , juitt-m^int-ir ttd. bcforo, at 
first. 

'O.a.ui^i.uainiriip- a. that is created first. 

\i,a-ut^tt-pniij. , uij a. first- 

]i},n.ui^,„pq. , J,, ui^ s. author, creator ; 
captain, chief, conductor, guide, escort , 
director, guardian, rector: ordinary,, 
principal, provost, overseer, prelate, 
superior, father ; - 4"»f ^-^x.. to set over. 

\S.a.uii%ni,^,uliu/ii a. belonging to a 
prelate : that conducts, that regulates. 

\i,a.iu^in[;i.uiuilrui s. chlef of authors 
or prelates. 

'0,ii.ut^nii,i.uiu[ipnLp-pi-i s. immodera- 
te thirst of dignity or power. 

*}J,a.iu^npq.uipui% s. residence of a 
prelate, - presbyter or ordinary. 

ll/tiujt/n^iftjr, Irjl, vn. to conduct, to 
lead, to guide, to command, to head, 
to rule, to govern, to direct, to escort, 
to accompany. 

l],n./«j*»i/r^/»i-/3-^i-'fc *. conduct, com- 
mand, governance, direction; provost- 
ship, prelature. [primacy. 

lJ,n.i«2^#«£./?/i lA s. antiquity, priority. 



u.n-0. 

B^w^vy ad. forward, Ibefore ; - ^ny^ 
Ji.^-4-, in front of, in presence of; j- 
^afii pr. before. 

l],n.u/ou,i, /jrj, u/j «. packthread, string; 
waxed thread ; rope, cord, line; thread. 

li^a..uuu/i,h,r, tjf va. to tie with string; 
to cord. 

U,n.u«.i«^/#ji-/?//tS/ s. name, title; dic- 
tion, elocution; tale, recital. 

\\,n.ujuuilrij wj s. fablo, fiction, tale, 
romance, novel ; apologue ; mythology; 
enigma. 

\i,n-uJuuilriujpiiA , (iij a. s. narrator, fa- 
bulist; mythologist ; romancer ; quack, 
story-teller. 

]J,„^uiiiiMitiii,p^,Ji,ir,r, irjj[i vn. to tell 
tales, to talk nonsense. 

U,«.iuuu^ty//.p«A#n-/?^«_i s. tale, fable, 
story; tales, idle talk; quackery, ro- 
mancing ; mythology. 

|),nL«.u<^A-^«»^u.t> a. romantic, fabulous. 

MS^n-uiuuit-iuiuiutu-nL-Wa. who tclls idle 
stories, novelist, who spreads news ; 
fabulist; fabulous. 

\\,n-u,uM.ilriopl/i, ad. fabulously. 
\i,n.uiu,„wqj [, , luj s. Celling, Toof ; 
floor ; garret. [canopy. 

\^n-uiutnuinu£l£uiro , usgiun S. WamSCOt ; 

U,»t.«/./,, f , <«j a. abundant, supera- 
bundant, copious ; rich, full, plentiful ; 
liberal, generous ; simple, plain, 'clear. 

\i,a.,i„nwiiiu^ a. who gives or distri- 
butes bountifully, liberal, generous. 

\\,n.u,„„Mfpui^un,-[3-[,L.% s. generosity, 
liberality, abundance. [fertile. 

\S,n.tu,„uip.lrp a. fruitful , abundant, 

]3,a.u,,n,up.lriini-P^[iiA s . abundanoo, 
fertility. [ly, abundant. 

\i,n.ui,nu,pni-iilij u. that flows coplous- 

'\\,n..u,„u,ih„fi, a. liberal, generous, 
bountiful: ad. plentifully, liberally, a- 
bundantly. 

^i]^,_ui,nuiAhnJl,lrir, Irijli Vtt. tO glVC bOUH- 

tifuUy, liberally, to gratify, to favour. 

\^„jfiMi,M,AlrnfFinL.p-lii^, ,1. liberality, ge- 
nerosity, bounty, munificence, favour, 
gift, privilege. 

W,n.,ii,„iii.f[ip a. who gives liberally ; 
that is given adundantly, abundant , 
copious. 



60 IMUJ. 

|],n.u/i»uii^in a. liberal, noble, gene- 
rous, magnanimous ; ingenious, intelli- 
gent. 

}i,^uiin,iiifuini-l3-^t^, s. generosity, li- 
berality ; abundance, fertility of mind, 
intelligence. 

U^iLuiuiitAiuJ', ui^iuf vn. to abound, to 
increase, to augment ; to overflow ; to 
run over: to be bountiful, generous; 
to be proud ; to be angry, to be in a 
passion. \ji.iumtMii^p, 

U,n.u<ni(uu^^» ad. abundantly, supera- 
bundantly, copiously, plentifully, libe- 
rally, greatly, nobly, richly, splendidly; 
profusely ; fruitfully. 

\},n-ujinujqni-nuilifrtrf nu-ijft Va. tO fillj tO 

heap up ; to augment. 

\}.n.u>mni-l3-pt.t, s. abundauce, plenty, 
superabundaace, exuberance, copious- 
ness; fulness, repletion; fertility, fe- 
cundity ; iJii^uif, - , profusion. {cord- 

|j|,fZ.U/U7/7L.^ , \}^t-tliurpl£ t inl£Utq S. Small 

\i,n.ii,i,l[uil^ui'i, a. objective. [end. 

|},/<.u//r;j.u/ , [,jj s. object; subject ; aim ; 

va. to object, to oppose. 

U,n.u/^//»»t- , utj s. antagonist, adver- 
sary, rival, opponent. 

}i^Mp/[n,-P^[i^'h s. objection; propo- 
sition; purpose. 

U,n..«i.i-^, u/«-, op, wiilp a. redundant, 
superfluous, excessive; trasoendent:- 
ad. more, rather; too much; - i-o, 
more, over and above, besides, so 
much, the more; - .^ufu, more than; 
- _p,,u'ii n- , -atf-n/ii , more and more, too 
much ; - ti/*, ip4-r, ^,/.u-?//..r S. (],«-««. 



*/.£-/?/«-%. [dition, apposition. 

\\^Lu,i.lr^i,q.pn,.p-[,M^ s. iucreasc, ad- 
Hn-uii-t^u^uAj a. excessive, exagge- 
rated, [geration. 

]^u,i.lrliuqu/bjn.^[3-f S. CXCCSS, OXag- 

U,n..«i_A-^.u4^fz/2^ a. admirable, excel- 
lent, magnificent, superb. 

lj.n.u/i-t^jiu;4-" ad. principally, espe- 
cially, chiefly, rather. 

!),/«.■« i-fr^//.n<«3 a. greedy, eager ; a- 
varioious. 

U,«.,«Lt£nL.r, kfl, va. to favour, to 
advantage ; to increase, to augment, to 
enlarge, to grow, to multiply, to accu- 
mulate, to amass ; to raise, to enhance. 



mm 61 

t),«-"><-'t/£>i-ir, b-iuii vn. to grow, to in- 
crease, to augment ; to abound, to su- 
p'erabound, to [overflow; to be redun- 
dant ; to overcome, to surpass, to ex- 
ceed, to excel, to predominate, to pre- 
vail ; to remain. 

\i.n.,iM,.t-^,^p [,L% s. growth, increase, 
addition, augmentation, redundancy, 
superabundance, superfluity, exube- 
rance, diffusion, transcendency; en- 
hancement of price; excess; preroga- 
tive, distinction, superiority. 

U,n.fui./f|i or U,/i- mi-[i[, ad. in vain. 

U,>i.<i».niL.^/i s. bladder. 

lJ,>i-uiL,it.^ a. diurnal, daily. 

l],».u«_oui , „i_j s. morning ; ni^nfu - , 
forenoon ; /^i^ -1, , ^SiY- -" > ^^^ - j i^t 
—u i^ir^ —u , every — ; I'Mtrt^t/r^^q. -i, 
4ia>i^u,2_ iffiif. -% , - Mjtn.%lfij to rise early 
or betimes ; j-i Jp,^i. ^h-ftlrtiy , from 
- till evening. [get light. 

li^a.iui.ouiiii'iimir, lutjiuj vH. to dawu, to 

]i,a.ui,^o,„t-ui% a. morning, early ; - 
J-iaJt-pii.nt-P[,tA , matins. 

Ij^i-un-oinp, a. morning, early ; j-ui 
ad. every morning. [the morning. 

1J|,n.iui.o<»nc i «t._j ad. very early in 

U,rLu^tu.£^, hjnj a.s. envoy, messen- 
ger ; apostle ; emissary ; missionary. 

\i,ii.iaplr^pui[i a. apostolically. 

M^a-ufpt-iuiif-npir a. who doBS or lives 
after the manner of the apostles ; - 
iTiumi-uA,, the Acts of the Apostles. 

Un-ui^A-yru/^/oo «. that is sald or spo- 
ken like an apostle. 

Ji.n.uipk-iuil^iii'ii a. apostolic. 

Ji.n.iupl.-iui/ili,! s. companion of the a- 
postles, - of mission. 

U,n-«>f^^i>%^u>i a. who has the sign 
of the apostles ; who performs miracles 
like the apostles. [of the apostles. 

I].n.f«^t^u2!/n^4 a. who has the gifts 

W,n.uipt-iuiuiiru, s. cWcf of the apostles. 



ll»«-« 



'J^IT^/J 



i/A^ a. that is founded or 



transmitted by the apostles, apostolic 
]J,n.taplrini-[3-piA «. mlssiou ; apostlo- 
[of an apostle. 
U,,L.*{^fe^t4/. sf. who fills the office 
l],n.u<^£-^^4% ad. after the manner of 
the apostles, apostolically. 

\\,n.ui^hJ; h^f, va. to send, to dis- 
patch, to expedite ; uA^^pt* - . to send 
back, to return. 

Ji,a-Mi{^l>'iiwpu,p ad. virtuously ; brave- 
ly, courageously. 



D.n-b 

}l,a.utpp'bu,ii.yb a. more or very vir- 
tuous ; very courageous. 

]i,n.uip[,'i,u,ii.n(,i>- a. who acts virtuously 
or bravely; virtuous ; courageous. 

'\),fLi.jpp„„^ap^ a. adorned with vir- 
tues, virtuous, [or bravery. 

\},a.uif,p,iM,/flnj a. companion of virtue 

\},n-,Mif,piMi/buiir, laijuy Vtl. tO labOUT, tO 

strive, to take pains, to have or show 
bravery ; tu be virtuous. 

W.rLutppiui^^'h a. virtuous, brave. 

\i,,Lu,^p,u,i,^P a. who loves virtue or 
bravery, virtuous. 

U.ftu.p/Au.f//^*/ s. place for the prac- 
tise of virtue or bravery. 

"blrir, nL.^[, va. to render valiant, to ins- 
pire courage ; to render virtuous. 

\i,n.u,p[,^,[i , '/••-nj ,'iilruij a. Valiant, cou- 
rageous; virtuous, honest. 

\i,,i-iiif.p,n.^p[,i-'ri s. valour, bravery ; 
virtue, probity; goodness; politics, 
government ; conduct, behaviour. 

\)^uip[/i,ni.Miyj a. who teaches virtue; 
who is taught by virtue, virtuous. 

U,n.ra^/<^, U,ii.u^/jf^a. sender. 

\},n.ai^„,_ai, s. mission, emission. 

]i,n.pirptj; phpl, va. to bring, to car- 
ry ; to present, to offer. 

ll/t/f/A s. pattern, sample, specimen. 

\\,njli,n,f_a. broker, agent. 

]},njii,t,r, £-7-/1 va. to propose, to set 
over ; to put, to insert ; to suppose, to 
believe. 

lJ,/ttY_, o»3 s. pole (of a coach). 

lJ,#«.frY6-mit^. a. dissolvable ; explica- 
ble ; that dissolves; that explains. 

W^i.lr.ib^.u'iihir, 6-[, va. to undo ; to un- 
tie, to dissolve, to ruin ; to explain an 
enigma. 

U,n-A-Y.&-#.«-ra*- , "J s. dissolution; ex- 
plication; enigma, proverb; -u •o^^'"- 
%li-ij to propose an enigma or charade, 
to tell a parable, to proverb. 

!],«. £pp ad. when ? until when ? 
U,,i. lrplrli„ ad. towards the evening. 

\i^tpl,8.\si,l.. 

y^tn-iAf. , ui,/ s. rape, abduction ; - 

U.,Lfri-u/i<^t./", tj^ va. to rap, to seize, 
to carry off. 

W^n.kt-iuiiif-ni.p-li'^i S U,'i-A-«-««*f-« 



un-b 



62 



1].n./r<^1>u>j uiniitir. to take away, to 
carry off. 

U.«-t^i.t ]J.n.k^, l-iy/, [.^-ji s. chain 
(threads stretched lengthwise on a 
weaver's loom). 

\J,iL^l3-i^i, pr. ad. near, next, close, 
contiguous, nigh, heside;iumt^- ncJlrp, 
to sit near some one ; ^/></itf_-, to ob- 
serve closely; -/.W, near me; k"'L't 
uuiuMunt.- nt-jy_^, to sorvo somB ono ; 
f-uM/ —, he comes near; um^^i %npiu k 
- li,rni-,ru, his house is close to mine; 
ipiiri_- , to be near or close; piiuilik 
%in - uifL Ifb^ uiui,iu,ui\i , he lodges quite 
close to such a palace ; - li'"L; ^^ **" 
tend, to he present, to wait ; - «/AA-^, 
to put, to place near, to join. 

^n.ifi,l3-hpuili,y a. s. assistant. 

\S,n^pirp,u^Miijni-[3-[,t^, s. presence. 

]i,iLfii,^lr%ni-ir, ^h^ft va. to throw, to 
push; to despise, to abandon. 

lJ,n-/?t/r, tjf va. to occasion, to 
cause, to produce, to engender. 

I],a.c/'«ii/^f.//<.io a. new found, recent, 
new fashion. 

\S.n.J-,ainyi, (1. recont, new ; ad. pre- 
sently, immediately ; soon, forthwith, 
directly, suddenly ; u,n-J-u„r„,)u , at 
present, now ; for the present. ' 

U,n-</-.u«/;»itp s. pi. the present world, 
things temporal ; the moderns. 

\S^i.J-u,,nii'builihutj a. temporal, peri- 
shable ; provisional. 

ini/liuil£lrtMti * 

U^'/. pr. to; from; for; by; towards, 
with respect to ; in order to ; - %««<« , to 
them ; - Jk-^l^, from us ; - «/»pt/_, in or- 
der to purify ; - jl.^u,,,,,.,^ , for the 
memory, for the remembrance; -i^-yk, 
not having, because he had not; - 
«fi"4 «//'/»<"<-/>/iA-i"£, wounded to death 
or mortally wounded ; - iHu^ jy^iu'ii^u 
to commit a deadly sin; - 40^4, from 
the father ; paternal ; - i3rl""l^iLV • igno- 
rantly ; - ^"</>7. , ornamental, by way of 
ornament. 

U'"-f ?-'"*■ ' ""J *• apron. 

Un././?, lun-P-iu^ s. occasion, oppor- 
tunity, accurrence; subject, cause, 
matter, motive, convenience, conjunc- 
ture, object, [cause or reason? 

0."- /"/•, H,t [,Ji^ ad. why? for what 



U.(h8 

U.,L 7. jl^-nfp s. pi. things past. 

U,.<- 7' ''•t-pi-y pr. under. 

\i.„. fi,}^ad. how? why? for what 
cause ?-/y4- /'*«?. no matter to me! 
what does it matter to me ? - ^jt* lyi, 
uiJeiiiM,)}, , of what use is all that ? 

U.n./'.t^ , nf or "«- . "J or nL.j s. lion ; 
«/Xui«uj4 -, lioness ; ^npjtJu -m-, lion's 
whelp, young lion; »/ii^f«i, •rni,^i_ 
-nt- , roaring, to roar. 

\i,ii.[„-(r,M,pu,i, ad. lionlike. 

lln.^.«_6^u//««ra s. bot. an evergreen 
shrub. [bles an ape. 

l].n-f._a^.«4."u;/.4 s. lion that resem- 

]i,n-[,.-itiuinpl-L.% s. lion's cub, lion's 
-whelp. [like a lion. 

U^f.i.ftu/iiiuJ', f^-y vn. to become 

iyiupiMin • 

ll.i./it,S-u/«/f^»" a. lion-hearted. 
\S,n.l,L.(riujnt-^u/hkir, "«-j^ vu. to mako 
to become like a lion- 

W.n-liiJirlA.l, s. skin of a lion. 
\inJ[„.ir„aJip s. bone of a lion. 

IJ.™.^ a. full, replete, brimful. 

U./1-^intjr, ^f va. to fill, to fill to the 
brim, to brim. 

n^/uUP^yj-Q. \aRlrJ: 

\i^,Jluyu,i^ a. suspended, in sus- 
pense : hung up, pendulous, declivous. 

\i,n.^,MijiMi'buiir, '••^•y vn. to settle, to 
fix, to determine. [fix, to constitute. 

lln-^itrytJ", lrg\, VU. tO CStablish, tO 

l],.i.^u.yiS-/iJ", tj«»/ vn. to flame very 

little, to be nearly extinguished. 

lln. ^fumpiii^ a. common, general, 
universal; ad. generally, universally. 

lJ,n.4"»«-«»">^-u</ , iktj s. earnest, ear- 
nest money; pledge, essay, token, sign, 
testimony. 

U,n..ifi«.;ii-«r, tjf va. to call. 

W^iLjuifiiaM-p-p^ s. appeal, call, voice 

U,ii.<}tni a. ready to the hand, han- 
dy, manual, portatif ;' s. in part pay- 
ment, on account ; - .nu»^, to give in part 
payment; - pmii.uipuj'b , pocket dictio- 
nary. 

\i^a.Hrniiuiuimpuium tt. od. prOHipt, 

ready ; imminent, threatening ; evident, 
clear, manifest; promptly, quickly ;- 
fpuiiF, ready money, cash. 

]i,yu,MMiuy ad. in future, henceforth ; 
-.pi S. M,"t'"i-'y' 



u-n-i, 



05 



ftn-fl 



lln* , n-l^ig , iLu/iig s. he-lamb. 

W^AuMfLuip ad. manly, vigorously. 

Wtpiuiif^huui a. that wears a man's 
dress. 

JSviiiuMijk'i' s. armour ; a. armed. 

l]./<3>«'4^/'w « U.«*""?fr«- a. manly, vi- 
rile ; manly figure. 
" U,n3!><o///>% sf. married woman. 

}^aXuilfiint.p-liL% sf. condition of a 
married woman. [thed. 

l],a.%iif(n^u sf. an afiSanced, betro- 

W^imtliiit , etc. S. \i,ifni-ia^in , etc. 

\\^%u/hnj s. men's room or dwelling. 
1),>l)«ui</«i<o4^^ s. figure or statue of 
a man. 

}i^%uijl[i a. manly, masculine ; - «/fc_ 
q.M;/p , s. genitals. 

\i,,u%tri[, a. feasible ; making, maker. 

M^i-^it-ilip s. pi. actions, acts, deeds. 

U./iAti/', lupuipli va- to make, to do, 
to form, to produce, to compose, to 
fabric, to operate, to act, to render, to 
commit, to effectuate, to execute, to 
cause ; - j"^ik . to create ; - ilk-puinpii , 
to remake ; 4^A - , to marry ; uMm/r/l, - , 
to make odious ; p.uipi.n^ , ^pi-n^ um.^ 
■fc4p , yo do well, - ill ; p«»/'/» , i^fpln, , 
Slbu,,, - nt-jlkp • to do good, ill, wrong to 
some one ; /A^, "^ «»/»"»^/» .p*-f I have 
done nothing to you ; ip'i'i_- />j4 t"iV" ' 
what to do with that ? ^[luiinr ilpufku 
- , I do not know how to do that ; ^/f_ 
mlrir qlt%i_ - 1 1 kuow not what to do ; 
Auyb - 4iM,M.„i-j , the singing of birds ; 

- ni^tik-i, to sacrifice, to immolate ; 

^^q-jtn f tfha-uuqnM-tfii i jl'^uuiui^ , &Mun.urf^ 
nx-P-ht^i , qjuiniuitintMiM t l^utuM tall in lull f 

iIiii/utCuA - , to seek; to forget; to re- 
member ; to serve ; to assail ; to judge ; 
to finish or end. 

W^oAtai , i[iiiiiiij/ s. dormouse. 

l],n.%/i a. virile ;- «<tr/f-«»»(p I genitals. 

]ij^'ii/iiouiii-P-[ii^iS. espousals, nuptials. 

\\,iuiini.p^lii^i s. virile mind, bravery, 
strength of mind, courage ; virtue. 

U/tinu/; uin-li va. to receive, to take, 
to accept, to admit, to collect, to wel- 
come ; to reap, to derive, to gather ; to 
have, to occupy; to take away, to car- 
ry off, to ravish, to rob ; - ilfrpuuil/ii , to 
retake; - muimiuliii , to receive a box 
on the ear; - ^uimuiiinLiiu , to set the 
teeth on edge ; - uipiTiuu, , to take root ; 

- n^pni^a , to surround, to enclose ; - 
trpiM, to sing; /» •iki_-< to encompass; 



liinp^ni^il. - , lanpe,ni^pn. ' fi «AJ-£_- , tO COll- 

sult, to deliberate ; 't Jpui - , to con- 
ceive, to comprehend, to understand ; 
to learn by heart ; lum-i/p. -, to assemble ; 
Jtiiu - , to sin, to be culpable ; 'f pmj - , 
to substract, to take away ; to remove ; 
uni-q. -, to mourn, to be afilicted ; miL^p- 
- , to take the opportunity, to profit by 
it ; - /^iif. iiuiuiuiliii , to take a thing in 
jest; tiiiiu^uiit -, to suspect; - [• lilfii, fi 
^iiii-P-liJii , to marry ; - m^fli i,piuJ-iu^ 
piu^uA , to take leave of, to bid adieu 
to ; - opifbiuli , to take example ; ;»>«-*/^- , 
to breathe ; yti - , to take arms, to arm 
one's self; inupJpi -, to incarnate, to be 
incarnate ; tyunf-mJiii - , to take birth, to 
shoot out; lun-iii/p luniikp np, how I 
should wish that some one had done it! 

]\jn%^u^iu'b a. relative. 

U,n.)v^u.4/>^ a. correlative. 

Mjiii^i-Plii^ii s. relation. 

]i,n.i,fiiAitir, A-j/i va. to pronounce 
words regularly : to sprinkle, to wet. 

Jf^a.nii.uAiii.p-lii.'ii s. prosody ; pronun- 
ciation. 

y,n.#ya.c'x/*o. ll^nu-uililB-i/'. 

H^mf-in-iHi s. watering, sprinkling. 

Jj.n-nig., iiy i I'j < "J/ o. healthy ; alive, 
vivacious ; salubrious, wholesome ; va- 
lid, entire, complete, perfect, [some. 

'H^i.nigiiii.n/ii a. very or more whole- 

H,n.nii^iii^u, a. who is in his senses, 
whose judgement is sound; lively. 

If^iii/t'iJ'iiini-P [ii.'ii s. good sense, rea- 
son, sensibleness. 

y.a.iiiguitiuiir, uijuijvn. to be cured, to 
heal, to recover health. 

]i,a.nil^puip I I' > «"j a. healthy, salu- 
brious, salutary. 

U/«-OY£f<»ytuY_fl. CMVeil^'iinpaif. - OT Pt-p_ 

iiin.nq2.< couvalesceut. 

\i,n-nii£iuaii'-aiii'>ilrir, ii-j[' VU. tO CUre, 

to heal, to restore to health or to life, 
to resuscitate;- nJlmu, to undeceive. 
^i.iii^,i-Pl>i^i s. health, life ; salubri- 
ty, healthfulness ; cure, recovery of 
health ; j- ^Irp . to your health ! 4««»«_ 

uiuiinlil_Jiun.aif^ii-Plriiili, tO bC COUVa- 

lescent, to return in health ; ^"iipm-^j 
m^iap, jiri/jifiiiii-li-, 0, dclicat, feeble, 
wavering health ; iiiiu^uiuiuhi_ i/- , to 
keep one's health; luiuun.iupyi_n-, to 
destroy, to ruin the health ; ^puHnuL, 
•niiiiuic J- , to be convalescent. 

IU.„/f. a, young, blithe, lively, gay, 
brisk. 



Mb C4 

\i,n-yfu,pL«ip^ a. whose haunctes are 
young, that has firm hips. 

\i,n-nf^l.u/l,uj,/; mjuy Wll. tO gFOW JOUng, 

to become young again. 

U,'>-3:'/-//AA a. young, robust. 

D." y/v^/'y/itjuAA-'/', m-jf, va. to make 
young, to make look younger. 

l],/<-/»y«P-#,<-/?//iA5. youth, bloom, grow- 
ing young again; prime of life, vigour. 

l]./<-«^n;f/( ad. privately, apart, sepa- 
rately. 

U,n-i.t,"/y , ny s. tronch, channel; 
brook, small stream of water ; 4A-y#t«.£ 
^niik-f^—u uipinuiunL.uig, to shod tears 
profusely. 

U,nji<_u,^ , mj s. rivulet. 

U,»t««-.«4«,^4,„^ a. that runs like a 
rivulet with a great noise. 

U.n-nL^^m'ip s. channel, aqueduct. 

U,ra.».t.,«</^^ «. trench, channel, ditch. 

U,»i-/7i_<^m%„,</; etc. S. ^n-nju-ufiiuiir, etc. 

U..i.«t..7/« *. taking, reception, capture, 
possession ; acceptation, sense, signi- 
fication ; assumption (in logic)-; lemma ; 
receipt. 

^n-nHiliiiTCujn. «. whisperor ; infor- 
mer, accuser, denunciator. 

\Sfi-ni-njin , ni-uil,j s. bot. lucemo. 

U,/z.ti^u.u>^/<///</, a. prompt, prepared ; 
-d^iru to be prompt, to prepare one's 
self. 

H^n.in'bp, ad- at home, at one's house: 
c. domestic, belonging to the house; 
familiar; - „,-un.-^,u'i,lri_, to teach at 
home ; - iu%liu,i,i.n,^pi„^,^ , family dis- 
cords ; - ,^,n,u,hp,^^r, civil war ; - a"^^ 
^i_.to dine at home; - /.^^ , domestic 
affairs ; - 4/«7,^fr^.i , house dress ; mor- 
ning-gown. 

u.'^op/ru.j , \S,n^opk"'li"'''' ct. diurnal ; 
ephemeral; daily; inconstant, uncer- 
tain, temporal, perishable. [tely. 

D.«.o^fi ad. the same day, immedia- 

U.[/u<yu>&- ,^ , 1],u,uj/7l™6- , nj s. saying, 
word, term, expression; proverb ; dic- 
tate; recital. 

u."^7t> , iitui/iiA , i/ni-iip , iju/iig s. nee- 
dle ; itu.f( ,^,„i,Jh , eye of a- ; ,/;^^[,^ 
•,iru,i_ - , magnetic - ; w^jnt-juAi-^^t 
Ju/i, f^iij. ituili MiMini^Jii , to thread a — . 

\j,iiir,i; ,„uiz,ji[, va. to say, to express, 
to speak, to relate, to recite, to tell, 
to recount, to declare, to pronounce, to 
utter, to dictate ; -ju,,u,u2iu,f.np, , to fore- 
tell; - 4^pu,„[,-i,, to repeat; p«"/»/.-/, 
^,„^/,„ _ j^^,//.-^^ _ to speak well, badly 



\i.m 



of a person; «.om /A<}, tellme; »^«»/»uj 
4 - , one must say ; n^uiku uiuui^ui^ , as 
we have said ; 4«»«/;«n-o,n - , briefly, in 
one word ; i^liuitiTqp,^ - , I know not 
what to say ; 'ip^'i_ Mua[i^lr'i, ^4* , what 
will they say of you ? iu%^l,m, k ^p u,^ 
ubu^ , what you say is without foun- 
dation ; ifl'ink i^p [hj^uiuk , he does not 
know what he says ; tjufiif- ^injiii-, to 
repeat always the same thing ; - qJfUMp^ 
(tliti [ii^p iipjL-^^ , to give one's opinion on 
some thing ; nni-,n - , to tell falsehoods 
or lies ; - ^2^./;«^u.«i-/?/i<J># , to speak 
the truth ; - lyn, r,^ - , to say yes, no ; 
1p'l_ liuiJlijli - lyu , what does that 
mean ? uiji_ i]p'i_ uiuhin, , but what do I 

say : niltij uiuh-^tj lit~.piunuitt<lii-n , as ovo- 

ry one says ; - i^if. J[iu,a , to say to 
one's self; ^m/" /'^■^A- mauj^ , when he 
has said that, at these words ; qtya ui^ 
uiuijhuti_, that said. 

(J,u/>ui4<i,7> a. asiatic. 

l],i//^.i<%/i s. needleful, thread, string ; 

lt"*uni^qii£lil^r a~ pf"P- h-njl^ uauilutti I to 

thread a needle. 

l),.»#^.u^/nj s. needle-case. 

'^•i^ituijipir , laj s. embroiderer ; a. 
embroidered;-^, embroidery; lace; 
vellum laoe. [to purfle or purflew. 

lL#Y*«.^»7^6-t//", £-j/i va. to embroider; 

\i^i/'hui^npli-ni-P-[,Li, s- embroidery. 

U,«yfc«,%/i s. amulet. 

]J,unplriu^ , hliujj S. rOCkct. 

M.tinphp^'b a. s. syriac. 

l],H/7«.A-,^ a. woolly, fleecy. 

l],u»it./i , „i_„, , i-.„j a. woollen ; s. blan- 
ket; cloth, stuff; flannel; drapery. 

H./jjiA , .uu'iing a. that is endowed 
with the faculty of speaking, reason- 
able, gifted with reason. 

U,u/><.«{ s. shooting star. 

l],fiu;u.^% *■ . iron armour, horse 
armour; trooper, horseman; a. capa- 
risoned, [horse). 

\iyuui,u,fl'i,y,r, hr^f, va. to caparison (a 

(J,uii{i/i^u<%,uuu/»/u s. hound. 

U,»u|>u;}u.%/i s. huntsman, hunter. 

|j,iiu^u.4u,uf£-,„ s. a. cavalry general. 

]i,.iu(„/i,^u,l[ , \i,i,„/,t,u,u,'i„i. s. stirrup ; 
ifni -[, , stirrup-strap or —leather. 

\i^;ui.uuinMu% , uij s. stable ; drove of 
horses, horses. [ble (horse). 

\i^uui.i,uu,u/ii[,l, a. brought up in a sta- 

1J,»i^ufuiuf^ , uij s. straggler, marau- 



ftUS 

der; inroad, incursion ;- i-«i^/- , cor- 
sair, pirate, sea-robber ; - //.«»/_, ^*/_, 
uiftn-lrij to go marauding, to infest. 

^uui,a,nu,liuii-np s. marauder, free- 
booter, straggler. 

lii^iuitiiuiui/i/r,r, tjlivna. to go marau- 
ding, to go plundering, to plunder, to 
infest; - [• i>n,ln,., to scour the sea, to 
rob at sea. 

Mtuuiiamia/ili ,j\\,auiuimMulili ad. runing, 
rushing. 

M^ufuimuilini-P-liJu s. cruisc, excur- 
sion, incursion, descent, irruption, 
marauding, "plundering; - f h-nilai,, 
piracy. 

I].i"Vi«^ , mj s. shield, buckler. 

ILif^u/^rapt^ «. fragment of ashield; 
small shield. 

l),u«/u</>«i^^^ s. bearing a shield. 

UtUltfiMiniuuin-tii Or yjiM[u/nuiulk-in * 

\Sjiiitiiipiii,pu,li a. surrounded, protec- 
ted by shields or bucklers. 

U.ui^u.^A'ir, tjf vn. to use a buckler. 

Uiriufiu^/^-^ or k"> I'isfs *• career, 
course, horse-race; furlong; field, 
place, area, arena ; - /tdp.^uiTiupuini-P'h, 
wrestling place ; n-^Jyij \<2iu'i,Itij [uniui^ 
"hiMiij lriu,'bh-i_j- ,io throw one's self, to 
brave, to descend, to fling, to rush, to 
hurl in the arena. 

^uuiiupifiilik^ a, who throws 2i\j&j^ 
who abandons his shield or buckler. 

yS,uuiuipl,i^MMT(kir a . that walks in 
the lists. [race. 

^lufuipliulnr, y^li vn. to run in the 

yS^uuiirm , uij s. equerry, knight, 
squire, cavalier. 

]i,iiu(t;nnM-P-pLi, s. kuighthood. 

JJtiiuiii^u/iu/ii , ^j , u/j s. receptacle, 
dwelling, inn, shelter ; a. hospitable, 
who willingly shelters strangers. 

\i^ii/ii£,a/£,Jit»i-P-^i.i, s. reception; hos- 
pitality; lodging. 

\i^uini-^-% s. boi. marigold. 

lJ,.«n ad. here, in this place ; - 4-. he 
or it is here ; - A- miij., here and there, 
this way, that way. 

{],iimialinu S. lobstor. 

Ji.umuAif.uiliia'i, a. wandering, vagrant, 
vagabond ; -^t'U'L: S- }kuu,u/b^l-J: 

\S,u,niu'bii.k^ir, /rj[, vu. to load about, to 
lead up and down, to walk about. 

]A,iiu,u/hq.l,ir, Ir^.y vn. to rove, to ram- 
ble, to wander. 



G3 U.U8 

^umui%iij,u-p-f s. absence (of mind), 
evagation, dissipation. 

\S^uinui%oi, ad. here, in this place. 

\S^u,uin. , ,u,] s. lining. 

l],>«.rt,^,„p„//, s, astronomer; astro- 
loger, observer of the stars. 

W^<ii,.h,f,up.ui%ni-Plitii s. astronomy ; 
astrology. 

^^uilriiiupju^, , //J s. astronomer. 

\[,ii,nli;iiup.ui^uiiiii,Mi'b «. astronomlcal. 

\i,iiuii-ijujput^uni-[3[iti, s. astronomy. 

\j^utntriiiiiu.l^ut D. ^^uiifh-iiiupujb * 
\^utMih-i^ut^Jfinni-P-yLJlt D. \M'tntriiujpiaip^ 

\i,uuilr,i,ii^i^ui s. observer of the stars. 

Ij^utn/ri/uti^iipt^ , l}^ui/i/ri£iii£(ip a. lull of 

stars, starry, studded with stars. 

\i,u,nh,i,uiiiapij.irir, /rjj[i VU. to decorate, 
to stud with stars. 

U,om£-Yf"^///j^a. starlike, that has the 
shape of a star; s. asterisk. 

{],ui/>£-<^<u»fni-% s. constellation. 

l],u.i.ti_#.^ a. sure, infallible, constant. 

}J,uu,k'ii ad. here ; hence. 

!],««//. ad. a. hence, thence ; here ; 
this, present ; i^iuiu^m-^ - , come let us 
go hence ; - u^nu/iili p-u^f.ui.-npnt-P-^^i'i, 
\},[i^u.liiy , here begins the reign of Ar- 
saces ; - '"n. j,ii„i,uj , henceforward ; [i 
ifhiix^y -, from this man ; [• u„a%k -> from 
this house ; - 4*-™% . this life, the pre- 
sent life ; - /L <»%«>/> , here and there, 
on each side. 

life, world, temporal things ; youth, 
young people, young folks ; vigour, 
force, freshness ; a. firm, sure ; vehe- 
ment, impetuous, strong ; j~u inuii^n^^ 
ptu/i, , in the flower of age ; j-u k-pf,^ 
miuuuipif.ni-P-irm'ii , m all tho vlgour of 
youth. 

\^iiu,l,TCuiii , tug s. stair, step ; pace ; 
stair-case ; steps ; gradation ; gradua- 
tion ; story ; degree, dignity, character, 
class, condition, honour, place; quality, 
rank ; - t^A-z^frju/^/aVi , holy orders ; 4n_ 
"I'L ll!"h ~" b ii'iic • to run down stairs ; 
muMi_- , ii,iiJ-ia'iihi_j—u , to graduate. 

U,<"/'/'7(*ui^/u.<_#7^ ^. a. dignitary, gradua- 
ted ; gradual. 

U,i//n^2fuAi-i/', i-jf vna. to graduate ; 
to ascend gradually, to go by degrees. 

0,""'/;^ I 'nL-tuj S. U,i#/«/» , [i^ n. s. 

|],iiui/^, ailrii_, t-ifuig s. star ; asterisk ; 

- n-l'itt"!! ' ^*^'' *** Jiigtit, the moon ; 

- mnt-i^i2i;uj% , star of day, the sun ; - 



\ms 



aun^iUL-outfi 



"lii , morning-star, Venus, Luci- 
fer ; - »c»jt./Yi Rn-ti.-' shooting, flying 

star 5 pJt-lrn^iujlili , ^laniniainnt^i — , pOiar, 

fixed star. ' [etc. 

W^imqiupui^ , etc. S. U^uilriiiaicia^u , 

U,</»>,^.»^r».^4 a. that is announ- 
ced by a star ; prognosticator. 

\S^u„ia.^nu.^„linL.[H,tX s. proguostic. 

\S,u,n^n.l„„uMli s. astrolabe; teles- 
cope. 

Y^intiiu^t-pui a. that has theTorm of a 
star. 

l},u<»Y«/4.% s.a. astrologer. [logy. 
}J,um,i.a'iin,,/nt-PptA s. judicial astro- 

\\^„„[u,mI^„1, a. studded with stars, 
starry. 

1],f»i>Y/'{' 1 mii^MMii or ^iu; sf. Venus, Lu- 
cifer; morning-star; Venus, goddess 
of love and beauty. 

W^auiiililT.a'i, a. venereal; of Venus. 

U.USnhU.tr. \kuu.n^i>^nj s. God, the 
Supreme Being. [false gods, idols 



C6 aus 

y^uiquSiM a. divine. 

1],S^u<f .o^f. , U,5»»^o^7.*-««»^ a. adorned 
by God, or with the grace of God. 



\l 



iimnt-uf 



ir^ , iuirn^ s.pl. heathen gods, 



\},^uipin% s. theologian. 

TH^iupu/iiu-iiu/i, a. theological. 

}j^uipuAt-,r, hjf, vn. to write, to dis- 
course or speak theologically. 

U,5«.p«A/.L/3? s. theology ; - ^t-p-ia^ 
Ibnuiuj , or if-pjiitpiu'iini-P-li , mythology. 

U,5,£.puAo^ti> ad. theologically. 

Jifi^uiputp ad. godlike, divinely. 

U5u#pu»/rpu»«- a. declared by God. 

Mfi^uipiiui^ a. where God dwells. 

Hfiatpni^qfu fit. produccd by God. 

U><»P».«-'i!r a. that partakes of the na- 
ture of God, that belongs to God, divine. 

U.Su.ift"' a. who has the knowledge 
of God. 

U,4-.«^/>6- 1 D,a-u»^^/i a. written or en- 
graved by God. [of God. 

W.^ui^'iiuij a. who walks in the ways 

Wfi^uiq-nptt a. made by God ; that con- 
secrates, that causes God to descend ; 
divine, sacred. 

W^uiif.npirtJ', lr^[, va. to render god- 
like ; to consecrate. 

W^uiif-niih-ni-P-l.L^ s. resemblance, 
conformity with God ; consecration. 

l],5«/if.nL/3- c. who is divinely mer- 
ciful^ [by God. 

llAu<^^>/> a. established or ordained 

ySj^uiif-pn^ a. imprinted or marked 
by God. 



\}Ji-UMq^h-ui^ 



, aS" 



,qj-b 



' a. that bears 



God ; carried by God. 

l],5™^tj/.4 n. inspired of God. 
m,b^uMjy.i.-jni-P-ptJi s. inspiration of 
God; enthusiasm. 

VA^iujjijf a. joined by God. 
}i^u,qoi, a. strengthened by God; 
who has divine strength. 

|),6^i«/»/«n.% a. who is united to God. 
[\^,up,uj,r a. cared for by God ; - 
mhuini-P-l.Li, , divine Providence. 

\S^>u[„yq_ a. who seeks God. 

l].5«./™tj/p a. brought together by 
the inspiration of God. 

\i^u,lupuim a. instructed by God. 

\S^,ul„ou a. who speaks of God; de- 
clared by God. 

XS^iMi^oulriT, Ir^fi vna. to speak, to dis- 
course of God or with God ; to talk 
divinely. 

yS^oMfuoun^p-J,^ s. discourse of God 
or with God; theology. 

|].6^».6-i»^ a. produced by, born of or 
proceeding from God. 

UAiu^uf^o/?- a. who has the know- 
ledge of God. 

^u.irm'uoPnLf s. knowledge of God. 

l].5m^/A a. Mother of God. 

U,5«i.4»»^./" a. constructed or made 
by God. [to God. 

W^u.iiuiir a- willedby God, agreeable 

'Q^uiliu,% a. divine ; -1> , «. God, divi- 
nity, divineness. [by God. 

ii^iMiliuifuf. a. ordained or estabUshed 

li^iulitriuj a. who lives with God or 
according to the will of God. 

U.A-«<(^^<^ o. godlike, in the form of 
God, divinely. 

n^uM^t-pm a. made or built by God. 

U,^«i4^^ a. that bears God. 

U,d-u>^^j a. that participates in the 
divine nature or grace. 

li^uilinp, a. where God has walked 
or placed his foot. 

li^uMiiniiai, s. side or part of God. 

U,5u#4o^ a. called by God ; where 
God was invited. 

UA/u^^otr a. pious, religious. [God. 

U,&-i«4u.2(fy a. agreeable to or pleases 

|],6-u<4u</^ s. father of God. 

U,a^K<4u<^w a. that calms or appeases 
the anger of God. 



U.US 

Mfi-m^uip a. chastised or punished by 
God^ [manded by God. 

W^b-in^inuiTa/b a. ordained or com- 

U.5-"»4f»"»j_ a. done by a miracle or 
diYinely. [God. 

1],6ru/4^«>i.^^ a. invited or called by 

\ifi^u,J[,p a. given by God. 

U,6-™2<'«,«. a. declared by God; who 
discourses of God. 

1J.6-«../;b,^, s. Mother of God. 

l],a-ia./i,^^ J. God and man conjointly. 

l],6-ii<i/;<i^>n a. that wars against Hea- 
ven, that is repugnant to God; j- 
d',„,n^l_, to declare against Heaven. 

\^h-<u,lhpi a. that is near God. 

X^iuditii-,a^ a. who has forgotten God. 

\ifi^a,yi'ni-l„ a. who is profoundly lear- 
ned or versed in divine things ; who is 
familiar with God ; hardened by God. 

U,5j/.«fi.<-ui a. where God enters or 
dwells. 

]J,^u,f,yu,'i„i^p-[i^r, s. Epiphany. 

U,a-«y/A a. divine, belonging to God; 
sacred, pious. [sacred thing. 

\^iajiini-Pl,i^i s. state of a divine or 

}]Jtu^pu,/iia% a. divine and human 
conjointly. 

lj,5«.1/i»fr, mj/iy vn. to make one's 
self God; to become God; to unite 
one's self, to join one's self to God; to 
resemble God. [godlike. 

\i,^u/r,inu% a. that resembles God, 

y.S^jt^jr a. built by God. 

l),5m2*##Y»4 a. given by God ; full of 
the grace of God. 

Ij,5/u2?'-'*'i *■ inspired by God, divine, 
holy: Bible, holy Scripture. 

y^ia^opiuip a. who has caused God 
to suffer: who holds the doctrine that 
God is amenable to suffer. 

H^ui^up^pnu-P-fitJii s. passibleness 
of divine nature. [by God. 

UA»#ii/«»4 a. preserved or protected 

X^uMufiu^n a. who worships God, 
pious, religious, devout, spiritual. 

M\^,au{tuu,l,i- a. honoured by God, 
who has divine honour. 

ll^muiuimnur a. who rolatos, nar- 
rates, speaks of God. 

l),5«».Y<«^^A-£- a. given by God. 

U,5u."/</«<»4 a. crowned by God. 
U,^,un.uip a. sent by God. 
^fiujuiuau, a. chastised by God ; that 
comes of divine wrath. 



07 ^ D.US 

UA«></tp a. that loves God, pious. 

\l,ly;uu[ip„i-[3-[,i.^, s. love of God, piety, 
religion, devotion. 

HVmo^/ntS/iy. a. cherished by God ; 
brought up in the fear of God. 

\l,}^-utiu{M,A a. that has put God to 
death. 

lJ,a-'""»^"A"'-/^/>«-'i' s. deicide. 

U.<i-«"""'t.^&- a. created by God. 

}j,^.„up,^-i,^ S. |]>^4^-„^. [God. 

liAm^^/A^n..^ a. that befits, becomes 

\i,ir,u,nlr,„jj CI. that hates God. 

lia-urmt,/ a. that has seen, that sees 
God^ [divine. 

U,»-.««.t«//.^ a. that resembles God, 

W^irufinh-nni-PllLi, S. l|,i-«>/i-oj»«-/3^>«_'i'/ • 

lJ,Si»m&>,/»t./?/,t.*r s. hatred, aversion 
of God. 

U,6-<»<nn«-;/ s. given by God, infused : 
np. Deodatus. [fies. 

\Sfi-u,piup a. made by God ; that dei- 

UAm^ta.^ a. strengthened by God ; 
friend of God or familiar with God ; 
divine, holy; - ^lu/piuiMiis-,,, , holy pon- 
tiff. _ 

|],6-^ijnt.j„A£r./', ni-y/i vu. to make a 
god of any thing, to deify, to admit 
into the number of gods, to idolize. 

l),5««/j/.t-jj/.^ a. that makes a god of 
any thing ; that deifies. 

l),5iuj/.t.jn«_<'ffi s. deification, apo- 
theosis, [taught by God. 

|),5uj«-,iA^ a. given, transmitted or 

]^&,i,ip,ul„niij a. that drives away, 
that causes God to remove far off: un- 
pleasant to God. 

|J,5m//»/B;^ a. bright, brilliant, that 
shines divinely. 

)^,u^mpni^ a. who preaches God. 

\\^^l,u,„i-P-l,L% s. knowledge of God, 
theodicy. 

U,5i-i/A a. divine ; s. deist. 

W^h./yi, a. divine. [tar. 

|J,*^£./«/tf/. s. drink of the gods, nec- 

H^l^iij-^l^ir a. repugnant to God. 

(J,5^%4uY_a. that has received God; 
received or accepted of God, agreea- 
ble to God. 

}},b-iAiiM[i[, a. chosen of God. 

]}^li,raiuin , llS/x/Juj a. that has the 
wisdom of God, instructed by heaven. 

l].5^/o«n<-/3/»ti s. oracle : S. U,5i/#^#o_ 

|].5<7^^/» s. Son of God. 
U,5..«-/?/iL'y# s. divinity; deity; God. 
|].5//i-4^ sf. goddess. 

il 



ftsa 

H^ni-iiuli a. that has received or em- 
braced God. 

W^ni-iinjj a. instructed by God. 

lJ,5/»i-i#Hi , jl]^/<n/7£-6-n«-i/.« ad. heaven- 
ly, by God, of God, divinely. 

U,A-ni-^«y a. atheist; s. apostate. 

\i^u(ui^nni.p-[,iii s. piety, religion, 
love or ■worship of God. 

Ji^uilruiui^uAi a. theocratical. 

'Q^uiir,„n^[9-[,M-'b s. theocracy ; divine 
majesty. [piety. 

l),5/.^^<ii-P^»i-t/«.love of God, charity, 

|],5u.i-,/nt./3/.iA s. vision of God, di- 
vine intuition. 

lJ,5o^45/ ad. divinely, godly. 

\i,uu,n.J2C S. y^nn^X. 

\^u,„n,.um ad. hence, thence. 
\\,u,„u,nlh, ad. hence ; here. 
llu^, [int-, py or iini- s. fleeco, 'wool. 
M^p,up.hp a. lanigerous. 
lH.up.uif.npir , u,j tt.s. dsalor in wool. 
ll,u^«u^/7^a-/»._/J/i<_7/ s. wool-trade. 
\S,up,^ili^ {{."^wooIIy. 
tt";'*-«^7 I ^•ptrqk'ii a. lanigerous, wool- 
ly ; woollen. 

\i,u,,ul[ a. clever, capable ; - il^ih/j to 
be capable. [be clever. 

\j,"ii"it-M/; h^fi va. to be capable, to 
l],i/.u/^iji , //J «. matter ; timber; tim- 
ber-work, carpentry. [ner. 
\Sj„ui,ilujif-npir , .ug s. carpenter, joi- 
\i,u;aqJu,-fnpitni-l3^[ii-'ii s. carpoutry, 
joinery. 

B^uiiuirw^irir, trj/[i va. to bite. 

W^itiuiHii , tfiJh , i/ht^i^ 1 i/uMijj s. tooth ; 
^iTui'iiu , set, row of 



teeth ; jopp'l!-i_ luuiujirntAu , to indent ; 

^nninuifilr£j 'l'yV^I_ qi^u'uilfnt^iu , to break 

the teeth, to notch, to break off; - ™^ 

irlri_, to bite ; mliShni-^ ititnutlTttthL^, tO SOt 

the teeth on edge ; i,u/i,lri_ q- , to extract 
or draw out a tooth ; ^w- •i-munlm'iy , 
tooth-ache -jiuct - [••!', Ihave the tooth- 
ache ; tfini-a, -, carious tooth; ir„ippiri_ 
q^umuiilhi^iu , to brush or clean the 
teeth; 4i»^"'^/. If"'"""'"'-'*'" > to gnash, 
to show the teeth. 

l],».,«jffi<«pn;cf«. dentist, tooth-drawer. 

\i,inu,!li,u,l3-iuif (if-npitl^ s. forceps ; a. 
toothless ; - ^^if </", to lose the teeth. 

Xi^iniuilhiuiliij tuniihiT va. to bite. 

U.»i/«2fiu//,//Y^ mn^ilyj' uo. to cxtract 
or draw out a tooth. 



68 iisn 

\ijnii,3lu.liplini.ui s. tooth-pick, tooth-' 
picker. 

\\,uiuiaitu,i,u/u s. forceps : dentist. 

M^nuiSbuiili. a. denticulated, notched, 
indented ; - i.nph^hi_, to notch, to break 
a piece off. [edge. 

}S,inuiHi,iun-ni. tt. that sets the teeth on 

M^inutULuiiLni-P-liiA s. setting on edge. 

W,in,umiui,lkp a. bit or bitten ; - «.#!.. 
*/*-/_, to bite, to wound with the teeth. 

U,>»uii%i//j/> ad. with the teeth. 

\Sjiiut!ihu,^nii a. toothed, notched, 
dented. 

U^ntuA , u,lr%l,g s. tribunal, court, au- 
dience, auditory, assembly of judges, 
seat, bar ; magistrate ; senate ; j- iHum^ 
it^, to call before a tribunal or coun- 
cil; ,i.ni-,n„piri_q- , to convoke, to call 
together an assembly. 

[J,,«4^ n. hateful, odious ; tiresome, 
disagreeable, unpleasant ; that bears 
hatred, malevolent. 

U,mA-^i./?^ti s. hate, aversion, hor- 
rour, rancour, enmity, dislike. 

U,.//A-./", tj/, va. to hate, to abhor, to 
detest ; to become tired of, to take a 
dislike to- [claimer. 

M^,nir'hujp.,u% s. speaker, orator, A&- 

M.inlriuip.ui'bujliui'ba. oratorical, decla- 
matory. 

lJ,./»ttr,«p,j,%t,r, A-j/i vn. to harangue, 
to speak in public, to declaim. 

0,i#.fe*u,p^i„t73-/,t5/ s. harangue, pu- 
blic speech, oration, declamation. 

\i,,„ir'bui^ph;r, k-jj[i [va. to report, to 
stenograph. 

0,mfria#y.^,nt/?^tA s. rBportlug, judi- 
cian report. 

\i,,nk't,ujq.uil,p *. secretary: chancellor. 

IJ.'"t^'"7-"//'"«-/?/>«-i s. secretaryship, 
secretary's oiEce. 

{],.,, i,'iiu,ii,„i_, uig s. magistrate, sena- 

)J,i<ifri«.<4«Y««_/3^^tA s. magistracy. 

W^.nir'iituiiiu'iM a. that belongs to courts 
of justice, judicial; public, oratorical; 
s. orator; magistrate; judge; practi- 
tioner, [judge. 

\i,i,iir'iiifuik-in , ,u^ s. ch'sf-justice, 

\^,i;i,'iiuj^,up^i]^%l„rmi. to be summo- 
ned before a tribunal. 

lJ,.#7£fj</» , />j J. atlas. 

\\,u,ng a. full, fat, abundant, fertile ; 
-i,u,„li, eared, an ear (of corn). 

U.m/Tp.u'fcu/i/", >u^-;j vn. to fill, to be 
full, fertile or fat. 



UPU. 
\i^iiitpuimiTuliiy>. U.""!^ ; -4.j»/»4p , yel- 
low ear (of corn). 

U,»i>i^ii/_^nUfa/%£-<r, ni-j/' VO. to fill, to 

make full or fat. . 

u^i'npni-P-lii.% s. fulness, abundance, 
fertility, ripeness. 

^^,aru•[l^ul^Ia% , m^uiuiii^t-jii, «. s. attic. 

U,»Yf«>^#ytf a. red, of a fiery eolour. 
\i,a,(,m^li a. fiery, ardent, burning, 
red-hot, inflamed. 

U,atpTCMiM%ia/i , titj S, pistol. 

\},miinu^u/Tt , uij s, fire-temple (of 
Persians). 

llp'"?- . "«-% > >"%p a. quick, prompt, 
dexterous, nimble ; rapid, swift ; expe- 
ditious; frequent ;«rf. quickly, prompt- 
ly, adroitly, swiftly, speedily ; — , very 
quickly, very soon. [quickly. 

1i,ituM^utp.u% a. that talks fluently, 

]i^uifiiii.,a%ni-p-[.^i s. quickness of 
speech, verbosity; facility of expres- 
sion. 

O.^ioY-ui^/i^ a. that writes quick. 

"■/'""/■""^'"jf "*• that walks or goes 
quick, swift, rapid- 

U,^u<^u<^ny% a. very quick, quicker. 

u.putfiaif.fini-P-pi.'ii s. tachygraphy. 

W^iitM^ut^, fj s. toil, net to catch ani- 



mals: S. Qii/i.j , v^™^«r. 

U./»"«?-<"/?t«- , \i,pui^uil3-n.l,^ a, that 
flies fast, winged, swift, rapid, nimble, 
prompt. 

U^ui^uYni.^ a. 'that hears, under- 
stands easily or readily ; that has fine 
ears. [quick. 

I],^<a^«>/»£«.^u<j a. that moves, stirs 

\},pui^w/ii,i,i/hi.p a. that fades, withers 
or dries soon. 

I),^u>^uf/»o</ a. that speaks rapidly. 

1],^>«<^>n4/i>/< a. that happens, arrives 
or comes quickly. [ty, clever. 

\],putf.uijpu, a. acute, ingenious, wit- 

l},/"»f^'"£5''^J- a. that moves quick, 
light, active, nimble, quick, dexterous. 

\},pia^ui2u,pJ-m-P-[ii.% s. agility, light- 
ness, quickness, dexterity ; flexibility. 

|],^u>f.u>^^2i'u.% a. that is soon end- 
ed or dead. 

\},pui^ini/tn/u a. that soon changes. 

D./»«'?^"»f!m/f_a. that walks fast, quick, 
nimble. 

Rf^^t-.r, frj/. vn. to hurry one's self, 
to hasten, to be diligent. 

\i,ljutflri/nL.jui^,tj; ni-jP vtt. to hastoH, 
to press, to accelerate, to dispatch. 

U.p'ufl^'R'u^ a. that runs quick, swift. 



Gj) uru. 

\i,l>iu^[ii_, iffli , i^ii'y s, stork. 

. \],iuu,i.nL.p-l„i, s. celerity, velocity, 
acceleration, rapidity, nimbleness, 
swiftness, speed. 

W,p,uiiJti-unL.:th a. who learns quickly. 

Mpuiir, nj, /y s. ulcer, ulceration; 
cicatrice ; spot, stain. 

ll^,u.a-^t.r a. marked or pitted with 
the small pox. 

U^u,(r/rir, irji^ va. to graze, to pasture, 
to keep, to take care of; - ^aqj;, , 
to cherish vain hopes, to build castles 
in the air. 

U,;»u.a-/..r, frjiy vn. to pasture, to feed. 

Hput^u/i, a. male ; gr. masculine; -^ , 
B. |],/i.u>^<u%^ ; - p-pi., odd ; - or taphliu/i,, 
jaundice. , 

l],^ui4t«/i a. public ; - TCiJiiuMuiiupi, , 
uiminmiy , road much frequented, tho- 
roughfare. 

l),^u»/^i^ s. Jupiter, Jove. 

RpuM,nM,^,huij a- Armenian. 

U/'u/i^^ , pi-n; , (itfuj a. sf. married 
woman; 
violate. 



■ifiitru to impregnate, to 



]A,pu,Jiru,%a. Armenian. 

\\,l,u,uuinf a. hard, strong. 

\i,[i,um , ntf s. spot^ stain, blemish ; 
vice, fault, defect ; sign, natural mark ; 
blot, disgrace; j- 4'^/*^;.. to regard 
amorously or indecently. 

U,^<»inu<4u>/^u/^ a. that regards inde- 
cently or amorously, immodest. 

Rpuiinuii-np a. vitious, faulty. 

Rfi,uuiuii-npn>-P-fiM% s. stain, conta- 
mination; vice, defect, imperfection; 
deficiency. 

U,^,mmA-ir, /rj[i va. to spot, to stain, 
to soil, to spoil, to blot, to vitiate, to 
contaminate. 

Hpu-P , 115 s. act, action, fact, deed, 
work ; production, creation ; -^ t-plt-k^^ 
iV , exploit, achievement 



U,f" 



s. creature, created 



being ; creation ; generation ; work, 
deed, action. 

\i,pa,pujiru,uiiiiMiin--ira. who writes the 
creation of the world, (Moses). 

\i,nianitiuilriJil O. of Ararat ; — P-unf-ui^ 

•-np.K-P-lii, , the kingdom of Armenia. 

0,/»«»^/>^«. creator ;-author. 

\S,piM,pn,iuiuiirui s. master of the cere- 
monies. 



UPP 70 

}i,p,apn,i,,>-Plii^ s. rite, ceremony; - 

ii{uiminnlj3n.fi OX ulutuiujnuii^tnj'ujainjq , 11- 

turgy. [an act of theatre. 

W^^iuipni-uih- s. action; work, deed; 

\S,pu,p}u,flf[, a. written by the hand 
or by the inspiration of the creator.- 

l!,^<«^^,u^„^6- s. creator. 

l).f„«^^ui^o^6-£-»/", trtjli va. to create. 

}i,[>ujl,^uj:i.ni,i>n^l3-[,i-% s. crcation. 

'\],p„j[,^uii.l,p a. established or ordain- 
ed by the creator. 

'\S,p,„P^u,li,„'i, a. that belongs to the 
creator ; that creates ; efficient, plastic. 

\\,[,i„P^litrpm a. made or constructed 
by the creator, [carries the creator. 

\S,pujpfu,lil,p a. that has carried or 

^[•"'Cli"'d'3 "• associate in the crea- 
tion. 

ll,^u»^^,uu;tm s- creator, author. 

\^p,upf,ui„tTu a. that has seen the 
creator ; that is seen by the creator. 

I],f7ii.^^,«m/.u£ a. that resembles the 
creator, that is made after the image 
of the creator. [by the creator. 

l^piup^inni^p t^puip^ut^Mi/hti. tt. glVCn 

\i^pu,p^i-[3liiii s. creation. 

W.pu.j s. sixth ancient month ofthe 
Armenians. 

\l,pi!.u/ii/^u,J^ , hlj,, Wliuig s. footman, 
groom, waiter; servant ;- ./n£«^ «/;{/. , 
ast. satellite. 

\i,ppia'i,irtiirir,'(r^^ vn. to serve ; -jui\ 
lint-P-lrufi.ij , to be the slave of one's 
passions. 

X^PfLu/iiirlini-P-lic^ s. Service. 

lJ,^pA-«/^a. drunk, inebriated, intoxi- 
cated; ^u/t. -, whipped, beaten with a 
stick. 

\kppl=^il'-e *• [inebriety, drunkenness. 

U.^/pffc-u//', hjinj vn. to get drunk, to 
intoxicate, to drink to excess. 

ll^P^jn/^^. drinker. 

\),p[i/rj„t-Pf s. drunkenness, intoxi- 
cation, inebriation ; - u,/um[,ji , intoxi- 
cation of the passions ; - 'J^.x'ni.iu'ii.z/j , 
transport of joy ; ^^/^/^t^^ -p-lruufi!, to 
enjoy drunkenness. 

li,pplrjini-ju,%lr,/; nJ-j/i VO. tO Intoxl- 

cate, to inebriate; to soak, to make 
drink. 

O.^P^/./i- , ££«-.u3 s. tippler, tipsy. 

\\,pi-in.ni-[3-l,KJi, s. drunkenness, ine- 
briation ; J- i,u,,„,u'i,h^ij to intoxicate, to 
get drunk, tipsy. 

\\,PP.nu.iiL s. act of drinking; drink. 

y^PP-nHip , «i_7,j s. pi. puberty, age of 



U.P'f 

puberty ; j-u iiutaufiilri, to attain the 
age of puberty, to grow; j-u ^uiut-iufj 
adult, pubescent, marriageable. 

U,^po«_juAti/', nt-j/' va. to give to 
drink, to soak; to water, to steep. 

Jkppni-jli^ a. who makes one drink. 

Wppni-gni-Hii s. the act of making one 
drink; the act of watering. 

Jj^nif-ai^ujinljAp S. pi. S. H^^«/4"'"'"'-. 

\\^pq.,ui,aimh.r, h^l vvM. to havo pity 
or compassion, to grieve, to console, 
to comfort ; to conjure, to entreat, to 
demand, to intercede. 

W.p^.u'^uiu^ni-PJ $• compassion, care; 
consolation, comfort; prayer, suppli- 
cation, intercession. 

U,^^.u/'ii"4 , "'J *. broth. 

W.p^ui'ii.j- , [• or nj s. matrix, womb, 
belly, bosom; abdomen; ^n'^. "Aj^ -^. 
vagina. 

\},pf,u„iui-np, «._3 a. fertile, fruitful, 
abundant, fecund. 

\}j,fuiua,i-<jpn--[3-^^ s. fertility, fecim- 
dity, abundance. 

ii,p^,uu[ip , uSruig \s- pi. fruit, produc- 
tion; benediction, grace, favour ; effect, 
work. 

\S,pii.uii-u/iirf. a. fertile. 

X^nif.uii.iit'iiq.ui^nij^a. fertile soil- 

W^pif.uiL.ui'ii^ni-P'litJii s. fertility. 

M'Pt'^L' 13'/'?-*"^ *• hinderance, ob- 
stacle, opposition, impediment, embar- 
rassment, difficulty, delay, obstruction; 
encumbrance ; prohibition, forbid- 
dance, inhibition , interdiction ; arrest ; 
detention, prison : contrary, opposing; 
- hlihifir^uilitJii , interdict ; - MuiAhij lup. 
li^.'hhij ipil^ij to arrest, to hinder, to 
contradict, to oppose, to embarrass ;j- 
Mupliiu'iihij to arrest, to imprison, to im- 
mure, to encloister. 

l],^^fr^«/4'"^'«. encloistered, arrested, 
enclosed, detained, imprisoned. 

H^^t^u.'i, U.^^t^u'fcny s. arrest, de- 
tention, prison: lazaretto, quarantine; 
ifi,hi_j-u , to arrest, to imprison. 

^^ifArfui^'ii^ s. pi. cloister. 

U,^Y-t£»3 s. park, close ; cloister. 

\l["f^iS"-'f'' '^ib va. to hinder, to ob- 
struct, to arrest ; to close, to shut, to 
enclose; to sequester, to hold, to im- 
prison ; to forbid, to interdict, to pro- 
hibit; to amuse, to occupy; to interrupt, 
to disturb. 



li^'ft^int-iH. s. forbiddAnce, prohibi- 
tion, interdiction; retention, hinder- 
ance ; - lrlilr,ihjju,liu/b , interdict. 

^fH «• important, considerable; ef- 
ficacious ; working ; -o^, a working day. 

^Pt BonJ. lad. now ; accordingly ; at 
present, now, presently, recently, late- 
ly )-/"'4' just now;, directly, newly, 
very lately. 

li.p^u.irl.'b a. new-born. 

m^if-uumniS/i/i a. new planted. 

U^/^™^, »3 a. Just, upright, faithful, 
honest, loyal, well disposed, worthy, 
equitable, reasonable, legitimate ; ad. 
justly, equitably, truly. ~ 

Uipii-u'iiuipa/b a. veracious, just. 

Utin^ui^iuiq^tMj t jj^^ti^uipujt^iiMit^^Ml^ ad* 
just, upright, honest, innocent. 

l],;<Y..u^«*^n^4- o. just, equitable, up- 
right ; justifying. 

U^^.u/»«.^/7^/5-».«-/3^/»<_'>/ J. justice, equi- 
ty, integrity, probity ; justification, act 
of justifying. 

|],^^«.^i»^.«>n a. that judges equitab- 
ly, just, equitable. __ [ment. 

U^^io^r .o If /umnt-/?/.*. equitable judge- 

U./i^<"/"''//n<-( a- justly tormented. 

I],^i;^<ii^<i//.i<i4 a. that thinks justly, 
that is just, equitable iil his judgement. 

y.PfiMMpui/i a. just, equitable, upright, 
innocent. 

lifq-ujitoj/i^iL a. who weighs, judges 
equitably, just, equitable. 

ll,^^.»^iu^/7^/«i/_ a. very just, upright. 

\S,l,il.u,p,ujpm a. innocent, just, honest. 

11,^^i»^»/'><u>i/', uijiy vn. to justify one's 
self, to prove one's innocence ; to be 
justified. 

\S,p^,ui,uiiMik„ ad. justly, equitably, 
deservedly, rightly, fitly, exactly. 

\S^q..i,p,uuk[' a. that^ loves justice, 
just, upright. 

l],^5.f.»^<u</a//.r.a. sentenced or judged 
equitably ; who sentences justly. 

XSipij-uifiui^l, a. ad. just, equitable, le- 
gitimate ; justly, legitimately. 

W^pH-MUpittant-uu^li-lI", ni-tflt Va, tO jUStl- 

fy, to declare innocent, to acquit, to 
excuse, to exculpate, to clear, to ab- 
solve, to save ; - ntui,^, , to make excu- 
ses ; -'it, justification. [cative. 
\i,(,Hji,pu,^nijil,i_ a. justifying, justifi- 
Uif?-'"/'^'- "^' truly, in truth, cer- 
tainly, surely, yes, yes truly, yes in- 
deed, really. 



U,^/^iop#«-/3-/«-5/ s. justice, equity, 
right, uprightness, loyalty, fidelity; 
rectitude, reason. 

\\,liq.lrop ad- perhaps, never, if, not, 
still, even ; certainly, undoubtedly, in- 
deed ; k—Jp.^ - , will you ? n^ liuiphJ' - , 

I cannot ; uijti<iuth jiiliuautntJIj ^ , nnufjiup 

"i-"-e -'he is as learned as any one; 
^[imirir lupiupp^ - p-k "ij I know not 
whether I shall do it or not ? i,iupju/i,^ 
Pk - ulpkg£,r ^Irq , y ou ask If I lovc 
you? J(, -, God forbid! [now; before. 
lV?-4'fc. l!./>?-4'*' l'"h c'd- already, even 
y^q-l- , ilruij a. present, new, recent, 
modern;- yiiimju newly born; -.p, 
the moderns. 
M.ptl'-^' S. \i^i-["^{f • 

\i,p^l,^,ujii/rp , \i,pq.l,^u-ltu,'i, a. meri- 
torious, fruitful, useful, profitable. 

MS^pij-liLiiu/iiiMiir, ui^uij vn. to be carried 
into effect, to produce some effect or 
fruit. [if-liiiuipk-p . 

'\i,l„l.l,i^„uu,ph,r, h-^l va. to fructify, 
to bear fruit, to make a favourable 
impression, to be advantageous. 

W,pq.[,^%ui,i.pn,-P[,^^, s. production,- 
fruit, utility. [man. 

l],p^[,t-%.t,p.,ip a.s. fruitful; husband- 

li/'^'-^""^'"/""-'^/'^' *• Iproduction; 
tillage, agriculture. 

\i,pq^l,Ji,ui^ni.^u/iihir, iil^[i vu. to make 
useful or fruitful, to produce, to fruc- 
tify ; to effect, to execute, to complete. 

U,^,^/i£-'>/«,t.n^ , uij a. meritorious, use- 
ful, fruitful. 

\}^f[,i.'7,uii.np[,ir, t-jjiy vn. to be meri- 
torious or fruitful. [fruit, utility. 

U.^Y-f ti.««-».^»<-/?/.<->' *. fecundity ; 

l],p^/.«-*i^ , i-hu/b^ s. pi. production, 
fruit, utility; work; merit; deed, effect, 
operation ; price ; reality ; .u^^tu/./^tp , 
ad. in effect, really, actually, positive- 
ly ; j^u ^{th/j to effect, to execute, to 
fulfil ; [Lu/ii^. - ilfi-hl^' , the words were 
fulfilled, realized ; [•[••"s'' l>"h - •ui[ia,iu,^ 
lilA, L. •Ifi-fiy'i- , the actions speak for 
themselves ; - /-/""j . experience ; j-tp. 
f./r.uij l'p"'ji' • by experience. 

U.^7-4fr./-, hjj[. va. to polish up; - 
^uimt-liu , to iron linen. 

n.pq.^a.pan^'ii^ sf. fl. UBW-brides. 

U,^,f% , ^#.1% s. lance, spear. 

\i,pji„u/il.p, \S,p,^u.,-np a. javelin- 
bearer, pikeman. 



UPb 

B,^r^7/^'>/;jt4-_j a. tilter ; - ilhih^ to tilt ; 
- /..u«.^u.^4/7<-/?/itS. , joust, tournament. 

U,^.^«<-, ua,j s. artabe, epha, (an an- 
cient measure of the capacity of 65 
litres). 

'^plTt^ [• s. sun: the eighth ancient 
month of the Armenians ; - ^u„iiu^ , np. 
city of the sun, Heliopolis; J- 4"'-"4'' 
on the eastern side. 

sun;S. U.^/-.-. 

U,/'t'/-«".4*'<"P<"/» ad, sunlike. 

l),^/;-^™;jiu.4 s. balcony. 

'^l,h^,ul[i„ulil^q_ a. burnt by the sun, 
tanned. 

^phii^,ullb,„Tihir a. where the sun 
shoots or enters, bright; solar. 

M,l,lr,i.u,lpj„,jlfii a. solar. 

}S^phii.iuliiiuiu.lru a . where the sun 
shines or shoots, luminous, clear. 

\^,p[ri,uip,m,li„yi_a. shiuiug like Jthe 
sun, brilliant, resplendent, clear. 

Hkpli-if-uii-k'n a. bright, luminous. 

l].^fr^^ti/"e. exposed to the sun. 

li,pk-i[.nJi.[, a. sunny. [warm. 

\i,plr.i.£lrp a. warmed by the sun, 

\\,[ihli a. strong, Tiolent. 

lA.phliiu'ii s. jaundice. 

\S,ptr%.„li[,j a. of the same blood, con- 
sanguineous, kindred, relation. 

\S,pk'iiuiljjni-[3-liiSb s . consanguinity, 
kindred. 

XJ^plAuiT^lrira. bloody, sanguinary. 

M,ph.-, nu.s. sun; light; life, day; _y-_ 
«■. ^,zY_, to come in broad, day-light, 
to come before the sun sets ; j-'u t/»^_ 
"iini-ij to swear by one's days or life; 

H^""WC -''• J'"il"3 4-"^'^^. li'hl'LJ-k . to 

deprive of light, to blind; j-k mplii.,^ 
%Iti^ If- j:,,u„„i/i,hi_, to murder, to kill ; 
to lose one's life; [• iJ'iiiu/i,lri_ -m,, the 
setting of the sun; jh^ui'iihij, /, 6-^^a^ 
-"«- , the rising of the sun ; pin^h^ j- 
fi^pn^^p, to drink to the health of 
some one, to toast; irm^n,^ , A-^p _„i_, 
sun set or --down, sun rise. 

\i,iiti.uiif.iu^, [, s. day-break, dawn, 
sun rise. 

\jtpti-iuii.iiipjt s. tropic. 

l).^.A-i,u.^t»/"*. bot. vanilla; heliotrope. 

\i,ph^>-iaii.[ii,i,o// s. helioscope. 

\i,p/ri-,uftuiiii,/i s. 60/. litmus, turnsole, 
sun-flower. 

\i,phi-uiiruiipp S. \S,['lri^iiiif.iuu 

llp/ri-iiiliiii^f. ,<!. solstice- 



72 ttPP- 

tt/rtt^^i-^a. tanned ; - ip'^^O *<> ^^ 

sun-burnt. [stroke. 

0,/.fr^"'4'"f' il'^'l'ir vn. to have a sun- 

\},plri-,„JlrpJ , }J,plr.-ui.flrilJ„K-P^[lL.% S. 

perihelion. 

\],plri-i„1iiira/iini-pp^i s. parholion. 
W,plr.-ii,^uji/i {tf-npirli) s. heliometer. 
^plri.u,.,i„i^n a.who worships the sun. 
]A,ph,-,ujnjj {n.npirli) s. gnomon. 

Xi^nhi-iu^ni-guill S. SUU-dial. 

X^phi-iuiliuin. a. splendid, brilliant. 

y^^nhi-triuMf-kiii s. orientalist. 

j].^t«-fr^«cA/«/i.u.'>/^ a. s. conqueror 
or master of the eastern regions. 

y^pk-i-iriui/iniiiiii , }J,plri-/riu.infa s. east- 
ern region. East. 

H^pt-.-iriu/i.^i.'ii a- that has appeared or 
shone in the East. 

U.^it.-tft«y , t-iyj a. s. oriental ; -^ , 
uip/ri-ir^if , the orientals ; the eastern 
regions. 

\l.iilri-titriJii a. oriental, eastern; 
^mii/ii - , east-wind ; li-pkbp • k"'i]l^ ~ < 
East, eastern region. 

^phc-hif , hitj s. pi. East ; sun rise ; 
eastern regions, the orientals; •/■"'p^ 
^m-ijui'iihi^ juipt-i^hiu , to set towards the 

East; l^nprn-ii^tTij ^nl3-hl_tfuiplri^lriu , 

to turn from the East. [ing term). 

U^t^/.^ s- little or sweet sun (jest- 

y.^tt.^^1-^" a. ungrateful. 

^phi-liui, a. a sunny day ; fine 
weather. 

"^phi-irni-in^p, irmlij s. pi. West; sun 
set ; the western nations ; ^u#^i-t-«/«i_on» 
iyu , westerly, towards the west. 

\i,p/ri-ir,iiir,y , t-iyj s. wcst ; -.p , tho 
western nations. 

}i,pt-i-innfriJ% a. westerly, western, 
west; 4n#^% - , west, westerly wind; 
l[ii,i^i, - , west, western region. 

\^plr4-^u,ni-P-liLii s. health; toast; 
piFufhi^ J- ni^pni-fi , to give a toast, to 
drink to the health of some one. 

\},piri^i,pii.[ip s. pi. sons or worship- 
pers of the sun. 

V.pi^i s. alum. 

W^ptu , [• s. Mars, (god and planet) ; 
-/r or -k-u/ii n-ui^, , field of Mars. 

\i,pP^m,[i , J- ad. awake. 

}i,pP'i,u,liui'ii a. watchful, vigilant, 

W^pP-'iiui'iiuitr, luijiu) vn. to awake. 

\],pP-'i'"'-l3-'f s. watch ; want of sleep : 
vigilance,' diligence, precaution, care. 

]J,pP^nK.% , pt/«j a. watchful, that does 



not sleep ; alert, lively, yigilant, dili- 
gent, careful ; - 4,^^. to watch ; ^n^ii 
gW -u ilti,l„r, to doze, to drowse, to be 
half asleep. 

^pJ-ufu ,. /y a. worthy, proper, suit- 
able, fit ; cheap ; s. dignity ; right, e- 
quity, justice; - t. it suits, it befits, it 
is necessary ; ».^4- - . it is not just, ne- 
cessary, convenient; — i,uiiru,pir[, to 
juflge worthy; to deign; n^- i,u,.r,„pl,,j 
to disdain, to judge unworthy ; - ^ii_ 
kp , was it necessary ? - t /.^««#«- 4- . it 

is just to, fit; J—u, — iniuu •liiiTfiun.lrij 

•tiit-i_, to give, to sell, to buy cheap or 
cheaply. [thy. 

}\,pJ-,u'i„uii.nilji. laudable, praise-wor- 

^.pJ-ufiiuiJ-u-n-u^m. a. worthy heir. 

lJ,;fc/-,u%ii,^£.^, a. that deserves to be 
heard. 

U,^€/-mi,u4„yj a. justly 'demanded; 
that demands worthily. 

^,[iJ-u,'h,ui,.uu a. that happens deser- 
vedly, worthy. 

^pJ-u,%uii,,uMnn)^ a. paid justly. 

^pJ-ufu,ui,uMi-uim a, credible, wo tiy 
of being believed, faithful, worthy to 
be trusted or believed. 

'^{•J-uiiiui'iiuiir, •utfufi vn. to be worthy, 
to deserve, to make one's self worthy. 

\],pJ-u/iniiuiiuin[,t. a. worthy of ho- 
nour, honourable, that deserves res- 
pect, respectable. 

y.pJ-ui'iiatiiiujinni-ni-P-ptii s. dignity, 
eminent quality, greatness, honour, 
character. 

[f^iiJ-tiiiiMJui^a ad. worthily. 

\i,[,J^u/h,n,lujjlri^ a. worthy, just|; very 



t-j/» va.'to make 



suitable, becoming. 

worthy. 

}S.pJ-u/i""'-'<p a. that deserves, wor- 
thy, just, meritorious. 

\^pJ- uAiuji-npirir, lrj[i vu. to dcscrvc, 
to render worthy ; to obtain, to procure. 

W,pJ-MM/buii-npl,,r, Irgu-i vTi. to bo Wor- 
thy, ta.merit. 

\i,[i^ii/hiMi,.„p„,_p-'f, s. dignity, merit. 

\i,ltJ-ia%iu^,u,n. a. worthy of glory, 
that deserves to be glorified. 



\^pcf-u/blrir, Irqfl 



'/icrutbi 



to 



coin, to mint ; to stamp, to impress. 

that is worthy of being received or 
granted, agreeable. 

U,^</-/»*//. a. worthy, that deserves 
something ; just, convenient, suitable. 



73 u.rb 

decent, proper ;- 4«»,/iY,i-^, to deign; 
?•*""£.-. to go worthily, conformably; 
-,£«.» uipJ-ufi,L.nfb , J- , ad. worthily, 
justly, suitably; -^1,lr^ to be worthy, 
to deserve; - „/,^'fct^ S. \i,pJ.ui.^^„pf.,r. 

]\.pJ-u/i,[,p , "i.i^ujj s.pl. dignity, merit, 
importance ; pum uipJ-miih-iun , worthily,' 
meritoriously. [stamp. 

U,/ic/-ui?/p s.'pl. dignity, merit: coin, 

^(iJ-hj; frj/, yn. to cost, to amount, 
to stand in ; to be worth; \,ui.uiuu.p -, 
to be equivalent. 

XS^pJ-k-^m-juJiit-ir, iti.jj[, va. to esti- 
mate, to price, to value. 

}S,p<i-ki-l^i s. prime cost, cost price. 

W'pJ-kp < {),pJ-niiF,i-P'f s. value, price. 

y,p[' , pt-y , p/raij a. valiant, valo- 
rous, courageous, manly, strong, bold, 
intrepid, brave ; \i.p[:p, the Persians. 

\\,pl'-iifi.ujp ad. valiantly, valorously, 
courageously, manly, bravely, strong- 
ly, vigorously ; resolutely, generously, 
magnanimously. 

\i,p['iii/i,u'i, a. masculine, manly, 
strong; valiant, courageous; - m^, 
the Persian nation. 

\i,[,[iuj'i„u,r, lutjuii vn. to have courage, 
energy, to be strong, to be notable for 
courage. 

^,pli,u'i,nu , [, s. Arian. 

\S,pliu,jni-^u/lil:rir, ni-jf Vtt. tO CnCOU- 

rage, to embolden, to strengthen. 

U,/»/>n«-/3f s. valour, courage, brave- 
ry, boldness, firmness, steadiness. 

W^plit-'i,, ptru/i,j s. blood, kin ;-/./««_ 
'inipy , unpressed wine, must, wine ; /»_ 
pt-iMii/p %hpliyi_ ^ijuifuk-ij to imbrue with 
blood, to spot with blood ; - 4tyot-£_, to 
shed blood, to kill, to wound; - i,u,%hi_, 
to bleed; i,nuni-ilL u-plr,u'ii , hemorrhage; 
Ij^npq. luptrMu'b, yiho sheds blood with 
another, consanguineous, of the same 
blood, related; S. U.«^i// J-/y J- . 

lJ,^/iLi<u^fry*/ a. of a blood colour, 
red, sanguine. , 

W^pfti^iuiquAiH. a. bloody. 

\i,pl,Li,u,p-u,p-ui,^ a. bloody, dyed, 
stained with blood. 

l].^/.ti<»^ij a- full of blood. 

\i,pl,^,u,[„iu'iii a. bloody, bloodthirs- 
ty, sanguinary, cruel, that delights in 
shedding human stblood; that loves 
blood. [blood. 

[|,^//liu/^u»<I4 a. bloody, mixed with 

\S,pl,L:iiu,^Mui_, uij s. vessel to hold 
blood, cup of libation. 



U.P\F 

U,^/.«-'fcio4«/'i. , U.^/i.-'fcu^^t./^ a. s. san- 
guinary; murderous, bloodshedder. 

\i,l,[,LJi,u,^lr,ini-P[i'^' s. bloodshed, 
slaughter, massacre, carnage, bloodi- 
ness. 

U,^/«-'fc/«4/r,/ a. bleeding, bloody. 

0,^/.tii«;fr,^«<./*/.ti s. abundance of 
blood. 

\i,[,lit^,,ypia. sanguine, that abounds 
in blood, sanguineous. 

\i,pl,i^,u/i,u„r, ui^uij vn. to be turned 
or changed into blood; to become red. 

U,j,f ii.u^t;/4 a. coloured with blood. 

U,^/.i.7/u,%2u.tr a. marked with blood. 

l].^/f«-iu«£u.m a. who has much blood, 
sanguine. [blood shed. 

I],^/.t.itou;u»^i/< a . responsible for 

\i,[t[,L-%uiua,/iu,i-a. who has little blood. 

\i,[.[ti-'i,u,uir[' a. that loves blood, san- 
guinary. 

\i,p[,Jj,u,iTi.ni- a. blood-sucking, bloo- 
dy, sanguinary, bloodthirsty. 

li,pl,JbuijwijMn a. who emits blood, 
bloody. 

H^/.tit.r, lrjj[, va. to bleed. 

U.^/.t-'fc/r^ui?/^ a. colour of blood, red, 
bloody. 

D.^//.tA£^,a-iu/ a. offered with the blood. 

Ij,^/,ti4nanr_^/.t4 s. homorrhagy. 

ll^f linn-n^ a. watered with blood. 

lJ.^/<tiou, a. sanguine, full of blood. 

'^p[,i^ii,piuli a. having the colour of 
blood, sanguine, red. 

\},i,[,L.%„j,.-^, a. bloody, full of blood ; 
sanguinary, bloodthirsty. 

\i,p&-uiP-, nj s. silver; coin, money, 
species ; -<y mwij ^uiTCmn-iru to sell for 
ready money; ^I'i-'^l ?_-. to take or 
wear the silver off; •u'liop- -n/, a silver 
vase. [«. slave. 

l],^6-.u/3<«^/.t/ a. bought for money; 

''^piruip-mf.njii a. silvery, having the 
colour of silver. 

lJ,^S^u//3^u,/f«^6- . /., uig s. silver- 
smith ; a. silver. [silversmith. 

\i,piru,pu,^n[,lfni-P[,iii s. trade of a 

Jl.pl^.fP-uijofr a. silvered. 
'll,^S-.»/?.«^o6^fr./", fry^i va. to silver, to 
plate, to wash with silver. 

]j,[,ftwPu,irp„j[i a. that hides or has 
hidden the money. * [silver. 

W^litrujp-uj^u/ii^ , 4»oiu#j s.pl. mine of 

'[},pfr,„[3.uAnilj ini-ibg s. melter of 
silver, silversmith; a. melted or made 
with silver ; that is entirely of silver. 



94 ttpll 

\i^l,(r,u[3-,uuiiM-,n a. silvered. 

\i,l,ftujl9-u,n.ni- a. that has received or 
borrowed money. 

l],^a-u»/3i//<#^^ a. that loves money, 
avaricious, covetous, too fond of money. 

}i,ptyu>p-i>itlia'!Cuin. s. silversmith, who 
sells silver-plate ; money-changer. 

l],^a-.u/3^»«/T«Y» , u»5 s. silversmith. 

}^p{nup-iitiliiyi_ a. shining or polished 
like silver, silvery, having the colour 
of silver. 

\^l,ifu,p-k-iik'ii a. silvery, made of sil- 
ver ; s. silver plate. 

W,iiitiuPir'r, A-j// va. to silver. 

U,^a-<«/?/> a. silvery, made of silver ; 
s. silver-coin. 

l],^6-.u/3-/7«-ja s. silvering. 

\\,[,tt.uPiit^iuili .?. trunk; poor-box. 

p-l,L^, s. love of money, avarice. 

va. to stir, to poke, to blow the fire ; 
to incense, to animate, to irritate ; to 
revive, to renovate, to renew. 

}J,[rlta,[ifrli^ a. kindler. 

U./'S-"'/'*-"'-^ s. rekindling. 

\i,n}>^tlrj; k^[, va. to enamel. 

U,^&-/7i.u,<t^i_A- s. griifin. 

Wph^ni-uipiup s. eagle-stone. 

U.^A-n.-ffc^."^' a. that has the sign of 
an eagle; s. eagle (standard). 

U,^6^#u-f , ifm-n/ , irnijriti^ s. oaglo ; 
Au.q. ,upifnu.nj, oaglot ; ^-^ - , oaglsss. 

^pitn.nii,liu a. that has an aquiline 
nose. 

U.^^™S- a. endorsed, cloathed. 

U,^;^.«S-, /.J s. misfortune, disaster, 
calamity, mischance, mishap, danger, 
peril, risk, hazard, chance, adversity, 
storm, tempest, evil. 

^pliufiihib s.a. clothing, dress, ap- 
parel; cloak; that throws, that puts, 
that pours. 

]},p^uAt-ir, uiplili va. to cast, to 
throw, to shoot ; to put away, to re- 
ject; to reduce to, to bring to; to sow, 
to scatter, to spread; to pour out, to 
shed ; to mix ; [• JJf. - qu/bAli , to inter- 
meddle, to intrude, to enter ; - ^ Jt£.i 
/■ "iil^p^u , to thrust in, to introduce, to 
mix ; - [i Jlnnii , to insinuate ; - ^JiiJUi 
l^i'l- 1 /' ''•I'^p.^y ' to undergo ; - ^..pi-u, 
lu/iiJtujiip., to endorse, to put on one's 
back ; to put on, to dress one's self; - 



ftps 7 

unil"-u , to make bricks ; - ^«»/_i to win- 
now corn ; - niinpi/Sn-p-ln-Iri , to pity ; - 
fitiH-jIruiA , /Af. "(inji , to whet, to shar- 
pen ; — i^tif. uifn^iut- , to saw ; — 2i"-{' • to 
pour water ; ^.m-Pu - , to pity ; [umShli 
-, to cense, to perfume with incense ; 
^^1■lr;JL/.^ -, to seek, to trouble one's 
self to find ; ^mj'ii - , to cry, to scream, 
to shriek ; iluMpiu , uu,li - , to bargain, 
to make an agreement, to contract ; 
^^tCiuIi - , to cast or draw lots ; // 4/'/» . 
/. ^ap , /f f„i,b- - , to use, to employ, to 
make use of; <itrJ'/ -, to undertake; - 
ftii'l- miapuilint-au/iia^ , to make doubtful, 
to doubt; - /. irnn-u,jo%u , to forget; - 
^fbJUi [, i/,„m%^ , to place one's self in 
danger ; - /» jni-am^utuini-[3-[iL% , to re- 
duce to despair. 

]i,p^uA[ij; lupliiy vp. to throw one's 
self, to fall ; to dress one's self. 

\S,pliq , libipu^ s. chest; caisson; 
trunk, box ; 7-*'fr/_ ji^pk^'L- to pack up, 
to put in a chest; 4B.iAjr_ jiuplihi/h, to 
unpack. 

\\<pli'li"t"p^ • Wjph'i^h^c" ^•^- trunk- 
maker, box-maker ; made like a box 
or trunk. 

TUtpiqui^u^lj uitf s. cashier. [box. 

M^rh'lth *• casket, cash-box, small 

MS.p^u.J'u.pi, a. despicable, contempti- 
ble, vile, abject, low, poor, sorry. 

]J,^4i/ii/^^4«.%^ s.pl. contempt, dis- 
dain; Outrage, offence, injury; «./._ 
4io'/L>/>4uf%q^ ad. disdainfully, contemp- 
tuously. 

\i,p^,ailh,p^t-j; trj^ va. to despise, to 
repulse, to disdain ; to aggrieve, to of- 
fend ; to vex ; to debase. 

\],p^u.J}„p4l'i_, U,/i4«"</;»/»4""' a. con- 
temptuous, despicable, disdainful, of- 
fensive. 

]i,p^iai/h,p4n,^l,c3i s. contempt, dis- 
dain, abjection, shame; vexation, of- 
fence, humiliation. 

]J,^4uii-/i^ , ,aM-p,ng s. fright, tcTrour, 
great and sudden fear, dread, conster- 
nation, shock. 

]J,p^t-um , etc. S. }S,pni-lrum , Otc. 

W.pAuiii.iMi'iii. , ui^ s. echo; resound, 
repercussion ; - mu,i_, to echo. 

I],^i<i/i(, all/ a. free, loose, untied; 
open, unsealed; vast, spacious; ample; 
licentious, rash, dissolute, debauched, 
unbridled; prosaic; - puih, prose ;- 



U.P2 
^uiiTuipiuili , boldly, frankly ; — .freely. 
\^pAiuliuip.u,1i, s, prose-writer. 

W^piiiul£iu^h-p O. ytrpiaptiiaiit 

\}.pji,u^uiq^,,jp_p s. suburbs; outskirts 
(of a town). 

\i,pJa,/ii,tp,.„lutf s. open town, coun- 
try town ; without fortification. 

\i,pJui/iuM^uj/i_a. free, that goes with- 
out hinderance, freely. 

]j,pj,u/ilri,iii, sf. woman divorced by 
her husband. 

\^P^ujtitrir, /rji[, va. to untie, to loo- 
sen, to detach, to break ; to unchain, to 
slacken ; to unpack, to unfold; to un- 
load, to deliver ; to dispatch, to expe- 
dite, to send; to release, to let go ; to 
relax; to throw, to thrust, to fling, to 
shoot; to discharge, to disband, to 
dismiss ; - /• /M-.^^ , to absolve ; - ^u»_ 
plijia uituputuuiliuiL. t to sung ; Jiujjb — , to 
scream, to cry; ui^i -, to ogle, to cast 
eyes on; - TCunt-uni-iyP^u , to cast a 
brilliancy, to shine ; p-nju, liiyirai^niitu 
- , to sparkle ; ^/.j" - , to fling, to yerk ; 
"iiiruiu-, to draw the bow; ifpuitjui'b - , 
to let off a gun ; 4^^™ - . to fire a can- 
non ; - iflilfu , to divorce ; - ipumh-ufL , to 
dismiss the session ; - qnp , to dismiss 
a person ; tpni^ - , to fart, to break wind. 

ad. unbridled, unruly; helter-skelter. 

\},pj,ii^l,ir, lilrgwj vn. to be untied, 
delivered, detached, liberated. 

]i,pJt,a/i[,^a. who delivers, unties, li- 
berates. 

\i,pJliu/in,-aL s. deliverance ; shoot; 
disbanding troops; dismission; - '[• 
iit-ifuij , absolution; - 4/»"y"*'/'' dis- 
charge ; - /I'linl^, divorce. 

\i,pA,M,/ini-p^ s. leave, holidays; S. 

XjipJtuil^ni-Uii • 

yS^piuil,, uig s. column; statue, figu- 
re, image, idol; instrument, writing ; 
Ijrpiuliikii/L -^ , the pillars of Hercules ; 
liuii_- uAiirnn-uij , to become an eternal 
monument. 

\\,piu/i,uiii-Jip , tpiug s. inscription, 
title; epitaph; trophy, protocol; ma- 
triculation. 

'W,piu/buiq.npir a. stone, stony ; s. S. 

\}jbif.p[iiuii.npir . [itnt-P-^t^i . 

^p^utliMMii^nph-n^P-ftL^i S. U^q-p^M^^np^ 

Ji,pJiiAiiiil-plrJ', A-j^ va. to inscribe, 
to write ; to enrol, to check; to regis- 
ter; to record, to draw deeds ; to enter 
a will. 

^2 



y.p-i'' 



tin-pt 



.-/?f J> if. acts, registers ; 



enrolment, writing, deed, book, roll, 
record, protocol; inscription; account, 
list, memorial; calendar of the ancient 
Eomans. 

]i,pAu/i,ui^u,'ii s. register ; epitaph ; fu- 
neral sermon. 

\i,p,iui'iiu/biiiir, »"_3"y vn. to become 
like a statue, to be firm, fixed ; to stop ; 
to stand, to stand upright. 

l],pi.u>/u/jni_juAt«r, <"-j/' va. to con- 
vert into a statue; to raise, to erect; 
to establish; to exhibit, to represent; 
to inscribe, to write ; to register, to 
record. 

\i,pAui'iini-P[,iA , \},pAiuiini-Hii s. stabi- 
lity; representation; establishment. 

1J,^J4*^ s. pi. pitch-fork. 

U-Hs/z.*-, hoop-net, net, snare, toils. 

iS.piP, I, s. stump, root; stem, set, 
block, chump ; um. uipiHuirp (uik^u to era- 
dicate ; uin- uipjpi liiihu to place near 
the root. 

'^p,ruj%ujir, ifjuijvn. to be benumbed ; 
to be stunned ; to be astonished. 

l],^<y;<im, nj s. root; stump; trunk, 
stem ; source, origin, cause ; -» uin._ 
%ni-u lupiiulilrij to take root. 

^pj'MiiinuiMi.i^tn s. botanist. 

hijl vn- to eradicate, to pull up, to ex- 
tirpate. 

\S,(,iru,uiiuliiM,% a. radical- [herbs. 

^i^piHu u.iulihp a. that eats roots or 

'^piTuiuiufiiuiir, ui^mjvn, to take root, 
to take hold, to grow. 

\i,irinu,niu2[ii>2_a. extirpatcd- 

\\,[,iriuui.uf.li ad. rootedly, radically ; - 
IuiItu to pull up by the roots, to eradi- 
cate, to displant, to grub up ; - lu/nijih , 
eradication. [phenix. 

\S,[iirui,-, ni-, ng s. date; date-tree; 

ll,^i/i#«-u.uoi«A s. spot planted with 
palm-trees. 

\],pir,i,jL.ir%[, s. palm-tree, date-tree; 
palm; branch of a palm-tree, palm; 
[,>-,l^Mupi/h>i-lr'i,^y , palm-oil. 

\i,pHi. S. 1).^ .r. 

'[],p,n,i-/i , \i.pirni.p, s. elbow; fore-arm; 
u,p>iiiui,ri. [up-irij Jiitrij to clbow, to push 
or thrust with the elbow. 

W.P-rMnlip , .nlru,^ s. com, corn-crops ; 
production, fruit, product. 



ttpn 

11,/rju/^/u , l],fr;io^i.f2^ *. dawn, day- 
break, twilight, aurora ; S. ll.2^z?'-i'i=P • 

0,f25"«- s. course. 

}},[,^aL.,a/i^ ad. currently, rapidly. 

\},p^iii-ui.iu,%q.^u a. that runs, races ; 
Olympic. 

\\,[t^ai.uA , %tu^ s- course ; erruption, 
invasion, incursion, excursion, descent; 
expedition; -^ ^y, league (four kilo- 
metres, two and a half English miles). 

Tj^p^uLjjiunip a. that runs rapidly. 

\i,p^iJrir, h^f, vn. to run ; to go quick 
and with impetuosity, to run as fast as 
possible; to gallop; to make an incur- 
sion or excursion, to pursue. 

m-gfi va. to gallop, to cause to gallop ; 
to make run ; to force one to make an 
excursion, invasion. 

^Sipn/p, uipni-pj, s. latten, brass- 

^^^,pnl-, nM^uij a. male. 

U,^«txu^»» a.s. sodomite. 

W,pni-uiiflimnt,p-lit^i s. sodomy. 

U,^ni-#«///Ar/^Y- «• that chokes the 
males. 

\i^pni^u,liu.% a. male, masculine. 

}i,pni-uyl,li a. arabian. 
bordering, frontier, neighbouring. 






tnJiii 



A, 
At* 



s. suburb. 
Iriyif s. pi. inhabi- 



tants of a suburb ; outskirts, suburbs. 
\i,pni-i. a. meager, thin, dry, barren. 



lif 



I'j s. art, trade, profes- 



sion, study, condition, oifice ; artifice, 
expedient, means, invention, ingenui- 
ty ; sign, miracle ; unfuimuiliufi, , ilk-^lr^ 
'iiu.liiMi'b, trf"i^3bk -^t the liberal, me- 
chanical, fine arts. 

\i,pn^hi,u,ujp.ujp ad. artistically. 

U,p»ji_A-omuj^4r„, a.s. artisan, artist, 
master, author. 

\l,l,nl.lruiiiujq.[„„n,^P [iL.'h S. kuOwledgS 

of arts ; state of one skilled in the arts ; 
qualification to become master, skil- 
fulness. 

\},pni^lrainu,f[,p s. a. calligraphcr ; 
that is skilfully written. 

lj,^n«-£i«..i.u^^t«i a. s. inventor, au- 
thor, master. 

}i,pnM^irtiintu/iiuiitii o. artificial. 

W^pnt^/ruUiUtfuou , Otc. S. ^ujputiupiU^ 

/««/# , etc. 

]},pnt-lruini„/jM,/i, a. s. technlcal, arti- 
ficial ; artful; factitious; skilful ; mu- 



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77 



sical; musician, composer; music, sym- 
phony. 

\i,lint.trumii,fi/r,ai^a. affocted, studied, 
formal, stiff, finical. 

H,[inL.lri,miu/iirir , A-jf vu. to malcc 
■with art or cunning; to invent, to af- 
fect, to pry into. 

1].f»i<.£-u»,ui^/>»i/»-/u6- s. manufacture; 
-" jopt'i'lrij to manufacture ; a. em- 
broidered with art; delicately painted 
in miniature. 

W^tnUruiiiuilifr^ s?. companion, asso- 
ciate in the same art. 

\i,pnt-lri,,„iiilini.pji s. artlfice ; affec- 
tation, scrutiny. 

JS^pni^t-u,nmi,iu'bqJ^u s. exhibition. 

U,^n<-£'ui»u>4/«-ui<>^ a. woven or made 
with art. [fitted. 

\i,[iiiM-t-„miyui[iii^a[i u. wcll mado, well 

\i,{ini-i-aijiii/i,nj s. workshop, work- 
room, [made. 

1]^n<-£-</<»i„^'i> a. well made ; skilfully 



Ikp 



nt-lriiigiuiiii 



r^tm s. master of arts. 



foreman, overseer ; chief artist. 

J^pni-lrinnuiiqku ad. skllfully, inge- 
niously, with art. 

\\,pnM.humiu,ikp a. industrious, who 
works diligently, skilful, ingenious, 
artful. 

I],^f7».fr//i#,<««.np s. artisan, artist,work- 
man, manifacturer, maker; a- artificial, 
ingenious ; artful. 

\S,[,niJruinuii-nf,lrJ', Ay/> VU. to make 

with art ; to invent, to find. 

W,[ini-lruuiuit-npni-P-l,ti S. artificC. 
W^pni-truinlrtrO' Xj^nnt-lruinuallh-ir* 

li,pni.ktrt '-l'f"'3 *• hermaphrodite, 
androgyne. 

yS^pn'-P-fiii, , 'O.pM^mL.piiJii s. virility, 
manhood; courage, valour; fortitude, 
virtue ; male sex ; seed of man. 

]ii,pn>-ut-u,/i , alrlil, s. Venus, Lucifer ; 
devil. 

\i,p£j nj, w«-j s. bear; -i/iamiu^, she- 
bear; 4"/'^'-^' '"/'^'- or u»f^«-4. bear's 
cub. 

li,pl^/p' a. arctic. 

W,p2^uiu/ii s. bear-ward. 

l^jT^ian. , nj s. oy:; -^, cattle. 

\\,p2s""-""''"^ *• mortality of cattle. 

W^P^^n^uiJhpP- s. skin or hide of an ox. 

'[j,p£iu n-,i,£lii^s. pizzle ; whip. 

H,p£iiiuui , y , ^p^uufl, , [• s. vitriol. 

}J,p^iaif^a.uii- s, raven, crow. 



ftPS 

l],/»2?'/"^*-"<" a. dressed in a black 
or dark coat. 

\],[i^,i,p-yp a- black, dark ; dull, sad, 
melancholy. 

\i,p22'"""l^" > l),/'£>"""'i-</«»4 «• dull, 
dark, black, gloomy, sad, melancholy. 

U./'^^-fry^ *. 60^. fennel-flower. 

U,^£<nia4 4". bot. truffle- [soil. 

\i,pin , ntf s. field, piece of arable land, 

^paiiiiplrplT,r, lrgl< Vtt. tO UttOr, tO 

pronounce. 

]j,pui,M,pirpni-l3-l„.i s. pronunciation. 

\i,p„„iij.pira,^a. produced; -%, pro- 
duct, [express. 

\i,pir,u,ii.pirir, irjl, vtt' to producc ; to 

Ti,p,aui^pnt-[9-[i--'i, s. production, gene- 
ration, reproduction; expression; - 
^lui^uimnf , creed. [sate. 

U.^u»u#jtY»£-./", t./uij vn. to extrava- 

\i,pai,i„llr,ii,i-3L s. extravasation. 

l],/im««Y;«6- a. driven out, banished, 
exiled. 

\),puuii/ifih-t-tr, tgf va. to drive out, 
to banish, to exile. [dem. 

\i,pu.ii,/.,n/p , ni-p[i s. tiara, mitre, dia- 

J},ptiiui/uni.put/i , luij s. cover, veil; S* 

\},puiui/,in/p , 

\S,pu,,uluni-plr,r, 4-j/i va. to crown. 
U.pmm^t'i^^n'fc a. excentric. 
W.pmu.liir'i.ii.pn'iint-P-T s. excoutricity. 

\S,pu,,ui,yu, a. ad. evident, clear; evi- 
dently. 

l],^rai»/iu/mA-f/', tj/r va. to dcclarc, 
to express, to utter. 

\S,pu.u,^iliu„i.ni% a. very or more ar- 
dent, much inflamed. 

\S,puiMa^,liu/uuiir, ii'guii vn- to become 
ardent or red, to catch fire, to inflame. 

li.pmiailiin.-P-lic'b s. ignition. 

^puiui£b^uthtuir) ^lu^lrtu^ Vtl* tO OX- 

pire, to die. 

\i,p,„ui^,^ir, lrg[> vna. to expire, to 
die ; to exhale ; to exude, to perspire, 
to transpire. 

\},pi„ui^^i-P-[i'-'bs. perspiration, exu- 
dation, exhalation; vapour. 

\i,puiia^i/' *. land-surveyor. 

'{i,p,nMzi^ia^t-J', irgl' vtt. to suTvoy ; to 
measure (land). 

U,^i»ui^u.,//»«-/?^«-'i'/ s. land-surveying. 

\i,puiu,uinnnuiu^ u. straycd, out of 
the road. 

lj\^putuiutu^ifu/lilrir b. {jt^unplrir* 
W^puiuiUut^ifuMlini-P-lit^i S. Ufcf "/» • 



UPS 7(1 

'\S,[,muiuiu'hlr,r, k-j/fi vu. to pronouHce, 
to utter, to articulate, to sound, to re- 
cite. 

^pmuMuui'iini-P-^L% s. pronunciation, 
articulation, recitation. 

JJ^liuiMuiini-iup/rii a, that causes, pro- 
duces tears, that weeps. 

l],/'">u'<""-'«^/'^' a- ad. melting in tears, 
all in tears, weeping ; lamentably. 

]3,pinaiuni-gu^n^ u. that crics while 
weeping. 

'^pmiuum-uiP-np a. lachrymal, that 
sheds tears. 

tearful, all in tears ; weeping. 

\i,iiuiiuuni-u,luuinlb o. mixod With 
tears ; weeping, tearful. 

\}^ninu/unt~uil^utP- b. \hftunttJnt^t£/(3-rin • 

that weeps with, that partecipates in 
the sorrow of another; - //A^iT, to 
weep together ; to console 



U., 



'jt-ii, a. melting in tears, 



weeping. 

0,^.«.u«/ni_t,r, h^ft vn. to weep, to 
shed tears ; to lament, to groan, to 
complain; to deplore. [rable. 

\},l,u,uiani^tj, a. lamentable, deplo- 
\},ltMnaiuni-p , uni-ujj s. pi. tears, la- 
mentation ; Jiap^ 



luiunt—u ■ 



T'l 



tiuittc-^ 



U in, 



irm'i,lri_, to melt in tears ; uip,n,uun,-o^ , 
with tears ; 2l^p,ruipinu,„ni.u /f^#7t.nuAAy , 
[uii^^ptTutpinitiuni-o^, to crj blttcrly ; 
•"ij? j'ipu„uunt.a , with tears in the 

eyes ; utnmuMuni^o^t [3-u/buitt nn-nit-h-t , tO 

water with tears ; - i.nul^li'i, juj^„ ^,„_ 
put , the tears ran from his eyes ; upptf^ 
qutpiniuuni-u j,i>^^ , to dry one's tears. 

\},p,iita,luip , OTj s. husbandman ; 
ground for tillage, arable land. 

M^pmujifiiyilTir, Irgli VU. to shino, to 
sparkle, to be resplendent; to glitter. 

0.p.»u#f./A .^injfU. exterior, external, 
extrinsic; superficial; profane. 

U,pinui^%uijuipq.,i,p a. that is only out- 
wardly clean, false, feigned, pretend- 
ing ; - u,n-,up[,ini-P[,Li, , pretending, de- 
ceptive YJrtue. 

M.p.ntMip'bng s. privy, necessary. 

W^pinui^nj pr. ad. out, abroad ; out- 
wardly, outward, externally ; -^/«#^./._ 
^/A, out of town; -J-mirm., beyond 
the hour. 

\S,pinui^nj,p s.pU outward appearance, 
external part. 

\^pmui^ni.i,,„ ad. out, outwardly, ex- 



U.P-P 
ternally ; </»^^. - Jti^/b k > mourning is 
merely outward shown. 

\i,puTuipu ad. out, outwardly. 

\S,p,nui^iihir, tr^jt va. to put out, to 
drive out, to exclude. 

\S.p,aujpuni-:fhs. exclusion; expulsion. 

\i,pin/ri-uA , p , 'i'-uj s. top, summit, 
the highest part of a mountain, of an 
edifice ; - »•% pi- eye-lid, eye-lash. 

\i.pu,^i s. wild sheep. 

li,pu,nf,ii , mni-mfi s. lark, skylark. 

Ti^pmnptiy , pk^S *• 



field, country. 

U.^/u./i^y// a. stray, misled ; - 2««<«-f.^, 
by-way ; pum - i^uliuiiihru ,rninplri_, to go 
wrong way, to err. 

privilege, prerogative, right, favour, 
exemption, immunity. 

\i,paioMip s. tear; S. 0,^i»u#«»»f«^ • 

W^puioupuipJrp , etc. S. U,/»m«"«/"^u«, 

pirp , etc . [weeps. 

\],pii,oupuj^ujn.Ma^ u. that sighs and 

\\,pu,oupuii,nu S. \S,pmuiuni-uiP-np . 
IV^ S. \S,p^.l^• 

li.p./-u^flr,[^ s. pi. sun and moon. 

M.p.pu.p-ti-lrJ'vn. to fly in the air. 

'W.p^jiuiJirpJt a- near the sun. 

U,^^tmt, , 4'iAl.g , M.pif.k'bl, a. solar ; 
luminous, bright, celestial. 

M,p4-l> , ^••-y , ^lru,j s. sun, luminary ; 
heaven, ether ; light, brightness, splen- 
dour, [or light. 

U/r/f «»Fi"'4 a. that dwells in heaven 

U,^/^/.,u^fc-^ a. beautiful, luminous 
like the sun, bright, brilliant. 

lj,^;^/f<u^^««j a. that walks boldly in 
the light ; that goes to heaven or to- 
wards the sun. 

U.^^/.m^'"/"?- o- adorned by the sun 
or hght, luminous, bright. 

\itpt^t[iM£il£iiiJi S. Wtpi^rl/it^ • 

U,^^/.iu4^uij.' 4f»"'"' or TCuiTCiu'ii^a. ve- 
ry luminous, extremely bright, bril- 
liant, resplendent. 

\i,p.fi[;nTCirira. that walks in the light; 
that goes like the sun ; bright, lumi- 
nous. 

^pe"!/ • 1'3 *• ^•'^S '■> prince, monarch, 
potentate, sovereign ; uip^-ylj - , king 
of kings, emperor ; lih^^ii- , God save 
the King ! long live the King ! 

\i,p_^tiijuipij,p ad. royally. 

Uppmyu/^mJi^ s. royal regiment or 
guard. 



UPO 



v*p^uijmt^ I l^'^ip I ^"^n s> royal 
prince. 

W-ppMajui/iu/it a. royal. 

\i,ppiyiiijilrpui a. royal ; ad. kinglike, 
kingly, royally. 

\i,p^Mi,juA[,Mi,n a. where tlie king re- 
sides ; - ^ui.iu,^ , s. capital. 

ll./;p.yi»^i a. made or built by the 
king ; royal, magnificent. 

\j,[i^ivfu/^t-p , W^ii^iufiuuiuiiiifii^ ct. that 
has royal honour; royal. 

W ppitifiii^n'-it s. aqua-regia. 

XkppiyiuifuiMu'i, s. regicide. 

^'Pl!"//'""""-i' '^- given by the king. 

\],pp„,j,„[„u'i' s- palace or city of the 
king. 

\i.pp,y[,/i oA s. basilisk (lizard). 

\],ppu,j/i„ji^i(, s. walnut-tree or al- 
mond-tree. [ce. 

\i,pf:,M,jnpi-l' s. son of the king, prin- 

]i,l,pa,/n,-P[-Lii s. royalty, reign, 
kingdom; heaven, paradise. 

\i,[,p,yn,^';l, sf. queen ; lih-^^l^- , God 
save the Queen! 

Wtpo/irtu^ tt, royal ; — Putif-utt-n^ni^^ 

p-l'iit, vei^n; - inlilipi , queen, royal 
princess.- [tropolitan. 

ll.pf!fr"//'"4""i"" *• archbishop, me- 

\i,[iplruiliulinMMinu,uliufii o. archlepisco- 
pal. [ric. 

\S,p^lruiliulinuinuMupu!ii s. aTchbishop- 

M.ppt-ufliu/iniiinMinM.p-liL.'ii s. arcMcpis- 
copacy. 

13. /ip/"/'"*""/'/"" *• archimandrite. 

U,#/«ni_"f«Y'" ^* royal ; — 'auniutuitun^^ 
great thouroughfare, high - road. 

^,p^niiiujinni-[i u. givBn by the king 
or Court. 

\],l!pnLi>[i a, royal; aulic; - a*«Am_ 
uiu,[ii, , uiii'inuuuj , high-way, road-way. 

U,pf!"«-V!f! • *'^'"j * • palace , royal 
residence ; court, courtier ; j.»ppntA/«/ 

A/jt./j ii-p,ui-hi_. to confiscate. 

- ad. from the Porte 



79 llhO. 

U./>o/""'/-/>/>. s. ploughman, plough- 
er, husbandman; a. ploughed up, 
tilled ; — , lupopiuAlii^ uii^lri_, to plough 
up, to till; - ip.iri_, to be ploughed up 
or tilled. [ifr^. 

\i,popii,ii.plrir, tj[i S. lltpopuiq-lip utn._ 

\S,popuiii.pni-P-'(, .1. tillage, ploughing. 

l],t.oy;5f. , ,«3 a. greater, eldest, oldest, 
senior; chief, first, noble, nobleman; 
prior, superior ; - ^,p.uj[3- , holy-week ; 
- nL.pp.uMp- , good-friday ; - nt-iiiJi, , /un_ 
P-j'b , high altar, 

l1,<-<u^<i<^n/V> a. older. 

\i,i-u,if.iuluni.i/p. a. composed of nobili- 
ty ; _ lumlruih , asscmbly of emperors, 
kings, etc. 

\}.i-,uq.u,iHritiiip a. noble, excellent, 
much honoured, very estimable. 

U,>-u>^ui%^<uir, ut^uij vn . to ennoble 
one's self. 

\i,i-aiif.,i/>i[i s. court, nobility, grandee. 

M^i-mif-uti/inii^s. trombone. 

'U.i.iii^t-pt'i s . archpriest , parish- 
priest. 

0,Li"^n/P ■). old age. 

\\,i-„i^nplru,p s. court, nobility. 

U,«-/u^/»«-/?/<«->/ s. greatness , excel- 
lence, sublimity, dignity, degree, de- 
gree of honour, nobility; majority. 

U,£.,u^"t,4/. sf. lady ; - ilu/uiu^ , prio- 
ress, abbess. 

U.«-<"7-/'4 ad. there is, here is. 

II,<_,«^, nji s. sand, gravel; powder; 
-^•Jitlri_, to gravel ; /"/.^^ j-l' , to run 
upon a sand, to stick fast in the sand; 
ij'i-l_-nil, to scour with sand ; »"i-Y^ , 
i^inii —nf , sand-pit; J-mJiu^yj j~y • 
hour-glass. 



utn-iinu.^ 



U./Jf"'-'*' 



nL-iini-Uii 



oi: Grand -Seignior's court; from the 
public treasure. 

W,po„ , /. s. bustard. 

\^P<tiil' s. sorb-tree, beam-tree ; sorb, 
sorb-apple. 

l\,po,i,,[,j s. pasturage, pasture, pas- 
ture-ground, herbage. 

U,/io..i.«4«"*' o. s. that pastures, eats 
grass, at pasture, at feed ; that leads 
cattle to pasture, herdsman, shepherd ; 
pasturage. [plough. 

}i,pop , nj, l> s. plough ; - uiiCiihiT, to 



U.. 



UOiulf I 



s. thief, robber, rifler; 



assassin, brigand, high-wayman. 

lij^u,^a/j„.piup ad. like brigands. 

U,^B.^u4u,*/»7y s . receptacle for 
thieves. [sand. 

'\i,,..uM^a^u,Mii a. bound or confined by 

ll^/«^.«^m«(ti.. s. captain of robbers. 

I].i_u/y.u4i-.r, tjf va. to assassinate, 
to plunder, to rob. 

l],<.<u^<»(^m s. sand-banks, shelves, 
quick-sands, downs; a. gathered toge- 
ther like sand, numerous. 

U.t_».^u<4"«-/i/«-'i' s. robbery, depre- 
dation, assassination. 



ft- 



.i^iutfuihni-ta 



uaiui£^i 



a. full of robbers ; who 
loves robbery. 

l]^«./j'.i>4/>d!^ a. built on the sand. 
ft<_u/i2."'</;«% s- pounce-box, sand-box. 



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U.^b 



{),i_.,>i^/<.% , m^ s. basin of a fountain ; 
})ath, bathing tub ; pool, reservoir of 
wat«r; horsepond; basin; - diipmn^_ 
p^lr.n'ii , font, baptistery. [ble. 

l],i-,«25"'^"/'"^' a. like sand, innumera- 

\\,^,a^ii^ni.i_a. fallen or ruined from 
having been built on sand. 

U,<_««.^i #^t% a. sanded, sandy, sandish. 

lJ,<_,«^ti/", i-j/. va. to sand, to gravel. 

U,<-™y/A, U.'-ui^ni-m a. sandy, gravel- 
ly; -p , sand-banks , quicii-sands , 
downs; sand-pit ;^^t^j-u , to run u- 
pon a sand. [plain, to lament. 

\S,t-uui^int. alas! -u mpliu/bk-u to com- 

'Wf-utq-uiu^flint-fJ-jtiX s . complaint , 
moan, lamentation. 

\i,<-miiir4r, tr^li va. to pity, to complain, 
to bewail, to lament, to be displeased. 

1),<-u.y/,^ , U,<_u.i^n<.4 a. lamentable, de- 
plorable. 

\\,L.u,'j,, mj s. small market town, bo- 
rough, village. 

\\,,-u/b,a^f,i^,l^s. small town. 

\\,t.,JbuAi,i„r, Mii^^u) vn. to become a 
borough. 

^.-jJiiij., [,j s. deposit; consignment; 
tradition ; offer ; j- u,u,i_, •^hi_ j-f^ , 
to consign, to deposit. [traditions. 

l],«.,«^/Y.,»^/,mi7t/?/it-'S> s. knowledge of 

that keeps a deposit ; that preserves 
the tradition , depositary ; sacrist , 
sexton. 

MS.'-iu'iiii-iun.ni- , utg a. that has received 
a deposit, depositary, trustee. 



U.- 



u/j a. that deposits ; 



who has given, who is the author of a 
tradition. 

U,Lu»i^,».»»Ti,'fc s. vestry, sacristy. 

ll,.-.x.^/7-t«r , ir^l, va. to consign, to 
deposit ; to leave, to commit, to deli- 
ver, to remit, to transmit ; to recom- 
mend ; to teach ; to give ; - .^n^/. , to 
give up the ghost, to die. 

l|,<_<«iY-/<^ a. that consigns, depo- 
sits ; that teaches ; that gives. 

W^iJiiif-m-P-liL^i s. consignment, depo- 
sit ; tradition. 

■l-^nf , commendation of the soul. 

tJ,<_uA/.4 ad. see there, see here; 
here is, there is. 

\i,'-"'ij y , (• a. voice, sound ; melody, 
. harmony ; - uiuhtr, to sing. 



^Aj-u,iu.iia!ii a. tender, mild. 

U,L/«j./i , Hj s. faith; fidelity; j- t"p. 
irk-u to make, to work faithfully. 

ll.«-'"/» . «"j *. booty; pillage, sack, 
capture, recapture, prey ; plunder, ma- 
rauding ; devastation, depredation, dis- 
order ; — uxnJinL^B , uih-trf , J^uanliu/ltlrff t~ 
iTiuntlil^l^ J~[l UMIutint-ft ilttulfL-l. to spoil, 

to make booty, to pillage, to sack, to 
plunder, to ravage ; ^.m^JA-ni uit-tupuiL. , 
charged with plunder ; j- i/iumt.^^, to 
be a prey, to be given to pillage, 

U.'-i''[i'fp'a^u a. that distributes the 
booty. 

l],ti«^j»p«j^ ad. with plunder. 

|],<-/»^/<c</:uu% s. portion of plunder. 

\i,i-ui[tian.ni-, n.ni_uiif O. plUUdCrer, 

depredator, freebooter, marauder. 

li,-.,up,a,i.ni.[3-[>iJt s. sack, pillage. 

lJ,.-u/^£-^, A-j/f va. to make booty; to 
sack, to pillage, to ravage. 

}i,i-iapnM-iiL s. pillage, sack ; deva- 
station. 

\i,i-u,p,„ , p s. termination, comple- 
tion, consummation, end, term, point, 
extremity, issue, exit, conclusion ; faU, 
termination, cadence ; - ^itf_, to end, 

]},i-ufi,mu,p^^,n,-P-'li s. epiloguB, con- 
cluding discourse. [shape. 

\),i-uip,n,a^it,uuifi a. having a finest 

W^iapm/rir, i-j/i vu. to terminate, to 
finish, to end, to complete, to consum- 
mate, to close, to conclude, to make 
an end. [end, completion. 

H,,-u,pu,n,_m s. termination, term, 

W^-^uipinnii, a. ended, finished. 

U«-"if *-«/*, %/> va. to cure, to deliver 
from sickness ; S. l^,u,_ujpt-j'. 

U,<_A-^, // , .«j s. broom ; hair or feather 
broom; brush; coat-brush; - mb-t-ij 
to sweep ; to brush ; to dust. 

M.t-t-l^apm'ii a. that is redundant in 
words. 

}i),i-t-i,apM,An,^p-[iLii s. pleonasm, re- 
dundancy of words. 

U.'-t-iuiti.n/i, a. very abundant, much. 

U,t_fr^«,jLf.t«/", tj/i va. to join, to add, 
to increase. 

U,t.fr£.«;5f«A3 a. excessive. 

\i,--lr^u^,A,'lyni-(3-[,Lii S. OXCOSS. 

U..-fr^uS- o. sweepings. 
l],<_£-fuj6^ii£_ , uij s. sweeper. 
U,i_t^6-/ji-/?^«_t. s. sweeping. 
[i,i^iriuiuu,uij a. avaricious, greedy. 



U.hb 8 

\i,i-ir£uiumMajint-[3-[ii-^i s. acquisitioii of 
superfluous things, avidity. 

M^trib , tit-iaj a. ad. exceeding, sa- 
perfluous ; more, above, beyond ; ,«t.A-_ 
it-uij piiAip , exaggeration ; .ui^lrit.uj s. 
the five epagomene days of the Ar- 
menian calendar. 

U'-t^n^^, ,„j a. exceeding, redun- 
dant, superfluous, too much; f. rest; 
-^ npniliu/t'^ , excrement. 

\],iJrinp^uiui,a^n a. superstitious. 

\i,t-t-£npfuiuiut^niit-P-[iiii s, supersti- 
tion, [perfluity. 

Itt-i/'Y'T-"'-/^/"-* *• redundance, su- 

\],t-t-inUi , i^l s. hoi. dock ; -^ , sweep- 
ings, [sorry for. 

ll.t.t.^iJA-i/', ty/r va, to regret, to be 

\S,iJs;„uip.iu% a. that gives, brings 
good news. 

U,<-frmi£»puA£-J", £-jf va. to give, to 
announce good news. 

\i.--lr,nuMp.lrp a. that brings good news, 
messenger. 

W,.^lrn,uifl,p s. copy or writing of 
good news ; a. that writes good news. 

U.._A-mra^^t.r, trgl< vu. to writo good 
news. [news. 

0...tm.o,y.p/.^/?f li s. writing of good 

U,«-fr"""££»'-pp s.'pl. good news. 

jj^trintau£££inn-lrt- f Jj^t-h-inutinriL. Ct, tliat 

gives good news ; that is given with 
good news. 

}J^I-^Miiiiinizi% , ujq S. GrOSpel ; Hltuindh-^ 

^ii,pnqk-i_ n- , to preach the -. 

Jj^tJriniiipu/iimfliii , •{-{""J s. evangoHst. 

gelic. 

Wj-hmiupu.'i-lrj; t^jil- va. to give good 
news, to announce ; to evangelize, to 
preach the Gospel. 

]Jf-k-ui,iip,M,%[ii^ s. evangelist. 

s. notification of goodnews; preaching 

the Gospel. [news. 

]i,,Jr,„u,i,np a. that has, brings good 

TUf-kinuii.nplrir, lrj[i , WfJrintrJ' Vtt. tO 

give, to bring good news, to announce. 

U,i_A-»../jf. , mlriug s. good news, noti- 
fication of good news ; l^pkhp «"-*-_ 
mlruig I land of promise ; -«» muii_, S. 
UtA-rati/'; •no'ii ]i},,.t-,i,lruij , Lady-day. 

]jjut-.n^uij s. present given to one 
who brings good news. 



|J,£.iY, a. ruined, destroyed, desola- 
ted; j. ruin, destruction; demolition, 
dismantling,, overthrow ; waste, da- 
mage; havock, devastation, desola- 
tion ; ^— lliiiir^ /£'"lt^ iltiiin%li£^ q.uituliiul__. tO 

be ruined, te decay, to be desolate^ 

ruin, to destroy, to ravage, te deso- 
late, to harass, to infest. 

'^•L.trpiuir , III), nj s. ruin, demolition, 
destruction, desolation. 

\i,,.tpu,/i , ,uji a. ruined^ desolated ; s. 
ruin, rubbish. 

l].£.t^//Ap s.pl. ruin, desolation, ra- 
vage, devastation. 

y^t-t-ptir, tj/r va. to ruin, to destroy, 
to demolish, to undo, to overthrow ; 
to ravage, to desolate, to break, to 
spoil. 

M^p-lnP/b s. hot. Spanish camomile, 
pellitory of Spain. 

U."-/2_. ^--I'zi, ll^/'iP s. lymph, hu- 
mour, fluid substance, serosity, liquid. 

13,<-//«-i«. fury, transport, enthusiasm. 

\y.'-^"i s. xj^ui//' 

\if-2l^""P S. {)^,%q.p. 

l],e_n^j yfufiiirir vti. to ruu away, to 
vanish, to drop off. 

Uz-ou/^Y- or Quiupif. s. old woman. 

!],<-/» s. bile ; dysentery. 

U,^ , nj s. palm of the hand, handful ; 
-j-n) ad. in haste, on a sudden ; -« ^-^» 
iiiuplfufitirir, to clap the hands, to ap- 
plaud. 

yS^im^Mf^ , ujjlij s. pi- summit, side, 
declivity of a mountain, rock, high and 
steep place. 

trj[, va. to confound, to stop the mouth 
of some one, to silence; - ipit-fj to be 
confounded, to be unable to answer. 
\i^i[in% , [, ,s. opium. 

ySA^i' •tl'i't Mpu/b^ s. shore, bank, 
brink, coast; steep bank, bold shore. 

U,,/,ii«6-/.^ a. confined by the shore. 

11,^7//. s. glean. 

\Q,ibJ; etc S. l].«c/"^. etc. 

l]../#oA-u,y , U,^u4- , kta s. plate, dish ; 
bowl ; tray. 

D,^i»i»u/<r, \S,-punuirir vna. to regret. 
\^,{iunuiu%,p s.pl. regret, repentance, 
grief. 



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82 



\]^ipmf.^uirin% , J}^i^^nif,[imfi-iii% a. Ve- 
nereal, syphilitic ; - «»/«•« , syphilis. 

U.^ ■ h ^- leg- 

-/<, crowing of a cock. 

U^uyti/", tj/. 'vn. to kick, to kick 
up one's heels. 

Uip,«j/. arf. kicking ; - fririrhu to kick, 

IXf mj/ff ■ gkuig s. pi. feet, legs. 

Ui^mj/T^a. kicking. 

IL^/lr.i , ^<//>y f . weasel ; - uuijimuili , 
ermine. 

ll^uK./zi-//', A-j/» va. to leap, to skip, 
to bounce ; S. U^-ujlrJ'. 

l],_^un^ , y.^imiiiu'iip s . exile, ban, 
banishment, transportation. 

U^</n^fr«r, tj^ va. to exile, to banish, 
to transport, to send away, to confine, 
to proscribe. 

\]^j]ui'ri s. tongs, pincers ; - itiu,iu!tLui_ 
l-ifiij forceps. 



P (pen) plA s. the second letter of 
the alphabet and the first consonant ; 
its sound is between «< and •/• ; pt p, 
two ; second. 

P<u conj. that ; Muumjji pm , I have 
said that ; ad. truly, indeed, really'; 
int. hey ! bah ! 

P«/p s. door. 

f^uipuipit-iT, irjl, vna. to strike ; to 
palpitate, te beat; - ^tn.i/, to clap 
the hands ; - up.„[t , to palpitate. 

f*ujpiufiipi~ii , x^uipiitpint-ilh S. pulsa- 

tion, palpitation, irregular beating of 
the heart. 

^•upu.'i, s. balister; swing, see-saw ; 
luu,iiiui_piupu/iiujL. , to swing, to see-saw. 

^uipui'bu'pujii s. stone of a balister. 



paR 

^utplr^uliMuii t ^"'p^i±''3l' ^•^* Dauy- 
lonian. 

Puipt in', oh! ha! fy ! alas! 

^lupkuili-i/ii a. admirable, surprising, 
astonishing. 

p,»^ , [• s. barnacle, muzzle; part, 
portion; uipliiu'hlri^ ij- '[i i/n-m-li^ , to 
muzzle ; - m[>liu,'i,hi_, to participate. 

P»>f/>>#, ^■fc'uj s. altar of an idol; idol, 
statue of a false god ; altar ; temple. 

^.uq-iuiiuMptup ad. collectively. 

^tu>f-iuiiu,liu!u a. gr. collective. 

^u.f.A.^Jil^J', Irgft va. to amass, to 
gather, to collect. 

^uMfAuiincJHi s. collection. 

fi.aq.'r,u,J/r,- a. in the shape of idola- 
trous temples. 

Pu>^V//<,u{£-.» s. keeper of the temple ; 
priest of the idol; pontiff of the hea- 
thens, [idols. 

[Ku,^%,.,uki' a- idolatrous, lover of 

p,«^ , «7tj s. drake ; 4^?- - . duck ; <f<»^ 
-/».-, duckling; - ffii.nu.'bl , tame duck; 
- ,lj,yplr%l, , wild duck, teal ; tetc-y -* > 
the duck quacks. 

^.u^lru/u , ^iuq.k'h s. sacordotal robe. 

piH#t./»#A f pi/#rt./i»*f*^i^ J. bencn ; oeu- 
stead ; sofa. 

Pu/;2>/</, pi«^, I'j s. falcon; merlin; 
gerfalcon ; hawk. 

pizij^^'"^'"/,, V^'^^kbr ' V'^^'H"^ ^' 
that fowls with, carries or has a falcon, 
falconer. 

^u,^uiuAn.-P-[iL% s. falconry. 

f^,u^iui/Jy helper, coadjutor. 

fiiuq^u,A[if a. that stretches out the 
arm; received with open arms. 

P/«^«u£/frjn«-/?^tA s. wrestling. 

irn.- a. that puts forth 



tuqliu3UuiuJ^ni— 



"111 

branches, ramous (tree), branchy. 

^uiij^uimutpiMiit a. that stretches out 
its arms, spread ; ad. with open arms. 

^uiil^iuimiMiiiMMM{rnt.p-[,ii, s. stretching 
of the arms. 

^ui^iu^li ad. with the arms. 

Pu/j^t./", A-j/i va. to divide into seve- 
ral branches ; to cut, to cut off; to ab- 
ridge, to resume in a few words. 



-r"'f 



S. P-, 



luauiuiu 



"Ufl 



^luifjhip.u^i a. verbose ; talker. 

^•uqjhtpu/iiirir, trj[i DJi. to talk much, 
to be verbose. 

^uiqiTu.piu'iinL.p-liLi, s. reduudancy of 
words, verbosity, polylogy. 



BOA 



8S 



pua 



^uiqj'iupiuilu a. that distributea, gives 
much ; that is given abundantly, abun- 
dant: polynomial. [words. 
^iMiqj'uipmn.ni.p-litA s. abundaucB of 
^uiqJhiiiiiippmn. u. that spBaks, con- 
tains many languages ; polyglot ; - 
^•,up, an harmonious lyre. 

Y*uii^aiph-tlj Y^iu^duiish-i^t^ (X, VBry 

fertile, very abundant, fruitful. 

f*iuqjinplrp (X, D. X^iuaifuMplriiniJi ^ Cid* 

fruitfully. 

^iMjifjiaplrpiiiiMh-ui^ tt. that has many 
mouths or branches ; 2<J»u«7- - , chan- 
delier. 

^MifJ'uipypi. a. very high. 

fiui^jh,plrpni.p [iLii s. much fertility. 

^uiliTMiiplir a. that has many stains. 

^uMatpupjit-pi x^utqiTuipfit-piui-np d, vory 
numerous ; that has many forces. 

^ui^u-iAmli a. very populous. 

^,MM^iu,pni.,ilu a. that flows abundant- 
ly, [good scent. 

^ui^raipni-pk-uj'iila. that spreads much 

^^uiif-uAJ a. wealthy , opulent , 
very rich; precious, very dear. 

^•uqJhiif.hpu/Fi a . that has many 
beams. 

PiK^/Zu^^./i a. very learned. 

i^ui^rmi-P-t-ili a. very slippery, where 
one slips, stumbles often or very easily. 

^.uifJ'ui.f.p-ni-P-l.L^ s. abundance of 
mercy or clemency. 

^un/Jhiifl!!! , ^uiqJaMi^ilt «. Very dear, 
precious. 

^atqJ^Miflimni-P^lit.'b s. polymathy. 

^laqJiuif^P a. written in many man- 
ners ; polygraph. 

•tm'-l' a- that has many heads. 

^uM^naifuuMg a . very frequented 
(road). 

^uMifJ'uiif.nib a. of many colours; 
more, much, various. 

^utqtniMif.nllj ^uiqJuMq-fii^utn Ct, VCry 

celebrated: very praiseworthy; that 
praises or is praised much. 

^ui^Haq-ni^p a- very mild, merciful, 
full of fondness, compassionate. 

Pu/^«fi<.^n«.«/;«^ 0. of a great assembly. 

f^utqiltuq.n£jbutlf p y*utqlfiitq.fitjirru/ll CC, 

that has many colours or shapes, di- 
verse, multifarious. 

puifi/^u/^niJi.^ a. very numerous, of 
many forces. 

^u,^ruifnJb[, a. .of several colours or 
shapes, diverse, multifarious ; - «»4* < 



suceinum (yellow amber). 

^iii^i/u/il.iupirui% a. of several, ages ; - 
4in£./?/.iA, remote antiquity ;- cfu.Ji._ 
*/<«4i a long suite of centuries. 

^•u,fj;uii.u,p,n„% a. that is carefully 
nourished, of which much care is taken. 

p/ii^/;«<.^t<. a. who is possessed by 
demons; idolator of many gods. 

^uiqJhiqJ:,l_a. much hoarded up. 

P,iiqi/hiq.^ir, ^iuqj;u,i.liiiii a. poly- 
edrical ; equivocal ; multiform, diverse, 
manifold, multifarious ; ad. of many 
different manners. 

^uiii,ruiq.n,^,A a. of many doors. 

fVui^i/Li,^u,% a. very various, of many 
kinds. [diversity. 

^luijJ'.jiqju'rini.p-ltii s. great variety, 

^uiqJiuiij,,pn. "• that is adorned mag- 
nificently ; that has many ornaments. 

pu>2;/^«^.<«_u<^ a. that has many 
children. 

P'"t'^'/P'"7. "^ • wandering ; busy , 
eager ; meddlesome. 

^uiqJ'uiqj-truM'i, a. of many nations. 

^uiqiruiqif-l, a. of several species, sorts 
or kinds, diverse, manifold. 

PuMqi/hii^q^, p«»^/Xo^tyCTt5j a. copious, 
abundant. 

fi,jiqjhiqni,iap2C a. full of ploasurcs, 
very amusing. 

^aiiJhiqop a. very strong, very 
powerful : s. numerous army. 

p.«^/i,/?t^fi. filaceous. 

^uiqXutpirpP a. polypetalous. 

^ai^r,up[,i. a. very numerous. 

^inilirujpi„_P a. very wrong; perverse. 

lilrui) or lihufti a. long since, old, an- 
cient, antique. 

^uinJhKt-uHiJ, s^ harpoon. 

P«.^./;ijc/-/.,^„,/^o. populous, numerous; 
*. great assembly , meeting, party ; 
crowd, multitude. 

^.unJhMiuip a. of many chords. 



qiS}ulh-qn, 



. a. polyglot. 



^u,qj-u.it a. surgy, billowy, tempes- 
tuous, agitated. 

^ui^r.uinju a. full of lights. 

P«>^//;«'/»uffi a. that deceives or that 
is much or often deceived. 

^•iiqj;a^uiq_ u. gambling, sporting 
place. [materials. 

pui^i/^/uu/f^ux^a. composed of various 

iiui^r>ii^iani a. much mixed; in va- 
rious voices. [ed, mischievous. 

^iiijjh,^,a,pi[.uif, a. very false, wick- 
J3 



pu.a 



84 



^u.qJ'u.lutu, a. very thick ; very fre- 
quented (way); very difficult; very 
abundant. 

^uitjiTuiluluajiP- or [uiiluiyP a. ulce- 
rated, full of Vounds. [care. 

^lu^uifJiiiuir a. careful; kept with 

^uMqjhjlu%n.lY a. that asks, demands 
much; liable to many discussions or 
disputes ; much sought. 

f^i.^ruj^'i'^s'j «• feastful, j oy ful, splen- 
did, pompous. 

(iiiM^n,.pjn,ilunii_a. that kills much. 

^uiqjriu/unj,i_a. much sought; - ipifnr, 
to make researches ; to be curious, 
inquisitive. 

fiu,qJUip,n[,u/b a. that has many ta- 
bernacles ; - auiiiuii-iupm , helmet of 
many crestsw 

^lu^nulunfimlili a. full of victuals, 
splendid , magnificent entertainment 
or fare. 

^u.^riuluni-qhj; trjfi vu. to sock much. 

iiuij^ruipini-iut, a. of a great concourse; 
thick, thronged, mixed. 

^i„qi/hj/uinlru/b a. unhealthy, that is 
subject to many maladies. 

^ujqt/uifuou t etc. S. ^MMi^fujpuA r etc. 

^ujqiTuib-Mu/u a . expensive, costly ; 
splendid, sumptuous, rich, magnificent. 

P<u^/i.S-u»YA4 a. that has many 
flowers. 

^iuai/ujit[A I X^iuajuih-Mn^iy tt, that 

generates much, fruitful, fertile, [ted. 
^u^qi/hiitn^^i a, stormy, much agita^ 
^•u^ui/f, u/j s. socket; snuffer-tray; 
candle ; candle-light. 

^mqi/hiliuju u,j) s. candlestick ; snuf- 
fers: guest; S. pui^{«/:"4- 

fiiuqiTui^uA s. guest, invited person : 
table, banquet; carpet, mattress, couch, 
sofa; bench, seat; -u -<# piuj/uA^, to 
divide the guests, to form several 
banquets apart ; -« iu[,/iii%t-u to offer 
chairs or seats- 

fiiii^jh./iuAiufi[>j a. messmate, com- 
mensal, [feast or banquet. 
fiu,ji/lu/iui%iuaini- , [i a. that gives a 
^ui^i/hi^iaui a. that is joined or tied 
with many strings. [wants. 
Bu.^>/:u^>«^oi/i a. who has many 
fii,iili/:u/iirpn,-(3-[iM-'ii s. voracity. 
f^u„lJhj/ih[iui a. in several shapes, 
diverse, various. [polygamist. 
^■'luqinulilfb a. having many wives, 
\c'uiiiinul^.7(l,nX a. embarrassing, very 



piLa 

entangled, complicated, embroiled. 

^u^qj-uilpin^p^litX s. polygamy. 

^unjiruiiinlu d. that is trampled on or 
oppressed much or often; - TlufuuiuiMup^ , 
public or much frequented road. 

Pu/^/io^n4<o/} a. that has many 
waves. 

^•u,jj-uiiiy,n a. s. of a great assembly, 
where there are many people ; in great 
quantity, many ; crowd ; assembly. 

^,uqj-u.i,,u,r a . savoury , that has 
much savour. 

^ui^u,i,uiJp.uip a. that has much 
provision, well provided with necessa- 
ry things. 

^u,qjhii,u,J[Lu,i- a. very renowned. 

^,u^ru,i,ui'h,l.ku a. pompous, with 
great solemnity ; glorious, victorious. 

P«<^./lu4u.%2C.o^ a . that has much 
wisdom, very wise, - learned. 

P//#^/iu4«.«t««^ a. that sighs much, 
lamentable, grievous. 

^ui^uii^uMinnp a. voluminous. 

p<u^«fi„4,„„,„t.iu6- a. divided into se- 
veral parts or sections. 

p,/.^,/L/4„^4/. a. yerj honourable, 
- respectful; splendid, magnificent. 

Pu«^/i/4u7^/»«-om a. very rich. 

^uiq^Jhi^uii-iMi^ n, that amasses, col- 
lects many things. [or ways. 

f^iini-rM^iru, a. that has many tracks 

f^.uq,ru,4[,u^jP^ a. astonishing, sur- 
prising. 

P<«^i/;<i4/i<-u , piu^a4t'->'"'i o. well 
woven, that has much web, closely 
woven. 

Pu<^/^<4</;><-ui a. very skilful, full of 
erudition, very learned. 

P,u^/L#4Ji,ni.p^ti«. great erudition. 

^uiqjhi'i'iiu.[, a. very ingenious, dex- 
terous ; several, diverse, in several 
ways. 

^uiqir.o'inf a. pensive, gloomy, an- 
xious, full of care or anxiety. 

Pu/^/:u4fYf>i^ a. that has many wind- 
ings or ways. 

^U£ai/}£t^nt/hjhp f X^u/tfJttj^tiJh-iMtu dm that 

has many lovers, gallants. 

P«i^o4/.y£^ a. very numerous, im- 
mense, infinite. 

Y^iuaJui^nu^ X^tuailui^nuu/li Ct, that tlOWS 

or spreads abundantly, copious. 

i^ui^jht^niiiJi a. having an abundant 
harvest, that has much fruit. 

pu/^i/^i.iA^a. that has much sound; 



that has several sounds, very sono- 
rous ; polyacoustic. 

P.u;j./i,4^u,^ a. astonishing, won- 
derful. 

^uiijJiuiucjii a. that has several 
sounds , that speaks several languages, 
resounding ; in various voices. 

^•ui^raiJtlriA a . powerful , strong ; 
numerous, much, in several manners. 

^uii^,a^k-M.%t,i^[,i.'ii s. hand, power, 
great number of people. 

^la^naJli. a, multiform. 

^uiqJhtJlif n. that is thrown or spread 
several times. 

^u,j,ru„lu„l,o^ a. very noisy, loud. 

P«#Y!''"74'"'«''^ery unhappy, distress- 
ful, pitiful, unfortunate. 

jp.»^»/i.2(i»j<'u/'fc^fl. full of rays or light, 
splendid, brilliant. [colours. 

t^uiq,na-2Cuwi/ht-fi a. of many and various 

pu.^//;„a7.L,^ or ztf/^ a. polypetalous , 
branchy, ramous, full of boughs. 

iBuiYi/:u</L>f^^a. that has many claws 
or fangs.' 

Bu>^/Ii></U% or Juifiini-iMiit a. that is 
Vfell or in several ways woven, that 
has many turns and windings, tortuous. 

^••iqJ',airuM'i,li„i.p-l,^, s. having many 
children. [children. 

^u,ifj'u„rufi,n,-li fl • who has many 

'^uiqj'aMtTuMitii or iruMiHihuij a. that is 
formed of several parts ; diverse, va- 
rious, multifarious. [bundantly. 

f^uiqiTuiinaMnnj^ u. givcH much Or a- 

t'lutfjTuiJ'uip^ a. populous ; - mniit-u 

ptaqiTmJhip^ujjni-jm'lilrij tO peOplC. 

X't^ifJuiiiiiapn^i-Plii^ s. state of an 
inhabited town ; great population. 

^iiiil,/h,i/p.n/a a. peopled; of great 
concourse, numerous ; tumultuous. 

^•a^/hii/pn/uni-P'f s. great multitude 
of people; tumult, great noise with 
confusion and disorder. 

^Mit^jhiJiriy or Jbiu'ii a. old, aged, 
ancient, ,of old date. 

^luililhiJir^ a. burdened with many 
sins, 'great sinner. 

f^uM^naJt-muM^u a. abounding in silk. 

^tuqj'uijb^tr'huij a . furnished' with 
many machines; full of machinations, 
very cunning. 

^unfjiudjiu a, plump. 
^iuqJ'tujjim «. wise, learned. 



1 F-aii 

^•uqJhiin,i4^[ii-'ii s. longevity. 

^ui^uijhi-api, a. who has had many 
wives or husbands; polygamist. 

^u,il,i;„iini-i,'iini.p-l,Ji, s. polygamy. 

^iuqJhii/o[i a. dirty. 

fiuf ^/hjjuMirlru.'i, a. that wanders ; tor- 
tuous, devious. 

^uiqjhijuiiip- a. much renowned in 
wars, victorious. 

^ta^nu/irqi, a. plentiful, abundant. 
f^iuqi/}yninil_a. much, numerous. 
P.^^i/uyn,!^ a. tumultuous, much agi- 
tated, uneasy. 

^laqiTMynpn. ft. COplOUS. 

^uiqJhijnpifjii, a. active, very diligent. 

^u,^r,a)i, af. who has many husbands: 
populous (town). 

^ui^nyoq^a. that has many joints; 
false: ad. piecemeal. 

Puj^/uAiKiT, uij^j vn. to increase, to 
grow in great numbers, to shoot, to 
multiply, to enlarge ; to abound, to 
overflow. 

^luqj'u/tiij-uiiTa. that has many mem- 
bers : polynomial. 

^uiijJ'ut'iiliuui a. polyhedron. 

^luqJ'u/blti-P- a. that abounds in ma- 
terials ; that contrives in several ways. 

^luq^ra/bliuip a. provided with many 
pictures ; various- 

^luijiTu/blilii^, a. polygonal. 

^uiqJiutiiiniip, a/", prostituted, whore- 
monger; prostitute; S. ^anjJ'iyp. 

fiiu^/h/iiJln^^ a. very affectionate, 
enamoured. 

pu»^«Aj««tr or 'u^'uuili a. that has 
many significations , equivocal, ambi- 
guous ; that has many marks. 

■ ^u,qJ'u,%n,_u,ii- a. that is composed 
of, or has many tunes ; harmonious, 
melodious. 

^u.iliTiu'hn^, a. that has many names. 
p.ojf^^^f 4 a. very useful, profitable- 

^ui^nu^uipJ- a. trembling; mutable. 

or turns ; tortuous 

^uitfJUi^l-iiui a. laborious, that loves 
work, that has worked much; labo- 
rious, painful, heavy, difficult, hard ; 
ad. laboriously, with much difficulty 
and work. 

^u,qJ\u^inpC, a. that does many fa- 
vours, that gives bountifully ; that a- 



u,i,iiu,^u--liiia. thas has many tracks 



bounds in favours. [bond. 

Pu/^/L>^>^/.^ a. rover, roamer, vaga- 

^ui^j;u2p2s^i-(3-J;^ s. state of a vaga- 
bond. " 

^uiqiTiu^up a. very wicked. 

f-iu^jha^P^P a. that has suffered 
much. 

^uinJia^aiip a. immense, vasty, 

^•Mi^iu^iy or ^t«A or ip a. furnish- 
ed with many eyes. 

^•uqjhiuiui-iCnjTt u. well adorned, em- 
bellished. 

^uiqj'u.uiiyirutn. u. vsry clear, bril- 
liant, most illustrious. 

f-uiqiHaiMiuiuiltli a. multiple ; diverse, 
much, several ; magnificent ; - «.#iit^, 
- ipit-ij to multiply ; ad. more, more- 
over, [very cunning. 

i^iu^Jhiuiiuinlii, a. that deceives much, 

f^u-qi/L,iiiujui[ii. a. much honoured, 
very honourable, respectful. 

f^uiqjL,uiu,ui^u,a. u. vory bashful. 

[^"i^/hiuiuiin^h-ir, tj/i va. to multiply; 
to repeat. 

^ut^Jhiuiuiinlflril, s. multiplicand, 

f^-i1tni,uiuMmli[,^ or lin,i_ s. multiplica- 
tor. [tion. 

\^,iiqi/^ufiu„,^ni.p-[„Ji, s. multiplica- 

P«.^£/i,u,m^^i-,. a. that gives or is gi- 
ven abundantly. 

P«/^/i,u/u,^/,t.'i,u,;j a. that contains 
much; multitudinous, much. 

f^iu^uufuipu, a. that owes much ; 
much obliged. 

ViaqJhiui/rmni^p^ s. polyarchy. 

\^uijJL,ufpu[, a. of many forms or 
fashions, diverse, various, many. 

Bu/^/;uufu,>i<_,^ a. that abounds in 
fruit, that produces much, fruitful. 

P</i^./^£<„i a. painful, fatiguing ; la- 
borious, busy, dihgent, careful; ad. 
diligently. 

^uiqJhjit-uiu, a. superabundant, 

t^uiqjhiutiitr/u af. prostitute. 

^u,q,/;z,uirpt,r, irgl, vtt. to multiply, 
to increase by propagation. 

^•uijJhjuluuiiji. subject to many faults. 

X^iuniTMiiuinlr,^ , uuilrqhlyufli ft. that haS 

many branches, boughs or parts. 
^•unfuiuuth-ii^ s.pl. aM. pleiades. [^ast. 

a.s. polytheist; -^, idols. 

fiiiiqi/;uu,nnL.uii-,ii-[3-]i s. polythoism. 
^iu>iJ',uil^u%if. a. polysyllabic. 



86 piia 

^uiqJutiluiTCutn. a. mercantile, 

f^ia^/uiiljun. a. ardent, inflamed. 

iiiuqirui4k"i a. that relates many 
things, polyhistor. 

^lu^ruiilkp a. much wounded, that 
has many sores, 

^uinfui-lbij^n a. tormenting, painful; 
gloomy, grievous. [gerous, 

iiuiqjhi,luiut%f a. very perilous, dan- 

Pi«^/;»^/^«i a. turbulent, much a- 
gitated, stormy, 

"^uiqiruiuitui^uiuf a. tormenting, gloo- 



my, painful, sad 



[extensive. 



^uiq,n„miuiiuii>' a. far extended, very 

f^,M-qiru„nir'i,il>i a. very desirous, 
eager, anxious. 

tiii,^uiiflrui^ii a. of many kinds or 
sorts. 



[pects or forms. 
t-ii^l_ a. of many looks, as- 



f^uiqiTuiu-h-plrt- fl. polypotalous. 

f^u,^uiui[nti a. of many forms, edi- 
tions or types ; various, different. 

Bu.^</;Kin^n<-^ a. very sad, grieved 
or melancholy ; very vexatious, 

^uiqjhtuin^j' a. of many species or 
kinds ; populous. 

f^ui^r.^ir^l.L.'b a. very useful, profi- 
table ; very meritorious ; full of merit, 
well deserved. [meritorious, 

^uiqJTupJ-u/bli a. very worthy, very 

f^u-iJhipituiP- a. very rich, opulent. 

Pu>f</^^>ii.£-uin o. ingenious, full of 
cunning, of ingenuity, artful; poly- 
technic. [^^ulqJutmhuiull* 

pm^/u/jA-/^ a. of many tribes; S. 

f'uitiJ'mjnugu/blrj', nt-jp va. to aug- 
ment, to grow, to enlarge, to increase, 
to multiply; to accumulate ; to re-in- 
force ; to fill, to people, to repeople. 

^•M,qju,L.u,qtrii, u. YGT'^ doplorable, 
pitiable, miserable. 

poifi/ioi-n^ or p-uliu/b a. multitudi- 
nous, numerous ; plural. 

pu<^i/:i«.<7^>n<./7/><-.'i> s. plurality. 

^•iu,lJiMiipujji_ a. very shiny, bright, 
brilliant, [practised. 

Pu.fi/;u;^/>^^ a. very experienced, 

pf«^/L{^ui%Y.ii/;( a. that has many 
fine sculptures ; well engraved; well 
worked. 

^u,nirui^u!ii^uip a. very clever ; very 
valuable, rich, precious ; very heavy. 



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87 



RU.* 



^uii/Jiu^ffi, a. scrutinizing, very in- 
quisitive, [obliging. 

Puf^t^ui^ui a. full of kindness, very 

'^ui^piuiP a. of several flocks, or- 
ders or ranks, numerous. 

^ui^llrpuM% a. very happy, blessed. 

^uinJhpu/iif a. of several colours, 
variegated. [songs. 

^luqUk-pii-ni-P [,,A s. frequent use of 

^uiifdkp^huM'b a. of a thousand diffe- 
rent colours. 

f^uJi^JIruna^uiul/frirf "'-sl' ^^. to Set, to 

place, to lay down, to put. 

^uiqi/l-i/iiriMMj a. well cooked ; cook- 
ing mixed things. [cious- 

^luqj/tn-liim a. very avaricious, tena- 

B«<^</^i/', hjiuj vp. to sit down, to sit, 
to place one's self. 

pu,^/{iin^iiui a. very wise, learned. 

P«#;y«i5^^«»^/»«-/3'/iti s. polyarchy. 

^unfJ'n/P- S. \i"'ll_ O-St. 

^luqi/hum n. knotty, nodous ; S. Puia, 
•Twi^it-ilj [polypous. 

^luqJ'nmu/bl, u. havlug many feet ; s. 

^,Mi^npu,l[ a. having many qualities 
or accidents; of many colours. 

^•iiqin,pii.[i a. having many children. 

P><ifiy;i^f.ni./?/f<-% s. state of a person 
having many children. 

f^uijJhiin^iufP a. full of snares or 
springes, dangerous, perilous. 

piK^i/nj , // s. altar or resting-place ; 
chair, seat; mattress; couch, sofa. 

^uiijJhi-P-lnJi s. multitude, great 
number, quantity, crowd, gross, heap, 
mass,bulk, body ; abundance, increase, 
inundation ; multiplicity, plurality, in- 
finity ; people, troops, regiment, force, 
retinue. 

^ui^/:iu%,i^H a. that contains much 
or many things. 

1^,u^/hi-i,ni.mi a. very wise, learned, 
skilful, scientific. [ledge. 

Puiqifhi-iiniJibiii-P-lit-i s. grcat kuow- 

^Mu^oplruy , pkl'3 a. many days 
since ; old, that has existed a long time. 

^ui,jjhpp,u,li a.ad. in several ways or 
manners, divers, various ; in many 
shapes. 

piofni-^ , j^/i , ^luj s. arm, forearm ; 
power ; branch, bough; 60/. beet, straw- 
berry-spinach ; - ran. - iKiMpoA^ij lliup^ 

^uin-hu to come to blows, to fight ; - 
u/n. - n'iiiui_, to hold by the, hand, to 



give each other the hand, to go arm in 
arm, together. 

Pra^u/*, qjji , qifaij o. sevoral, di- 
verse, much, thick, great, large, full, 
abundant, copious, numerous, consi- 
derable, frequent, very, too much, ex- 
cessive; n^ -, but little, not much; - 
iMi^nf-uiir, puiiii^^ii , several times, often, 
frequently ; - p-^ «/4^»!^ t% , it is ne- 
cessary much trouble, many things ; 
jtin n^ — tui^nM-pj , iu n fow days ; ^ 
iiuijjhijj ^lr,„t , a long time ago ; -^ , 
many people ; -^ /. Jhip^.tiuiiili , the 
most part of men; -« , - /A^, ad. 
much, too much ; - /A^ ^n^fr^ *-n^«. , 
roaring of the waves ; -« ijupiyptij ^^ 
suffer much; £*<^ - J-iaJhAmliu , for a 
longtime. 

t^uiani-Jntlirpt/' O* f^urqt/uitf.nt-13' m 

^uM^n.u'u , raj *. sacerdotal maniple ; 
bracelet. 

pra^,/;^ , praj s.fl. flight ( of stalTs ), 
balusters, balustrade ( — ): bed. 

pra^>nral!> s. stalr, stop, 

PraJ- , [ij s. impost, duty, tax, con- 
tribution, levy, custom ; - ralij/rj , toll. 

pracAra^ , raj S. CUp, glaSS, ffiUg, 

goblet; chalice ; bumper. 
Pra</-ra^ra^ s. sauccr. 

pracAraj^ra^ra^ S. SalvCr. 

Prac/ra^£-i/*, tj/. va. to soak, to wa- 
ter ; — qq^h-mlHtli , ifmniHu , tO WatCr 

the ground, the plants. 

Pra<fra^/i4 s. small cup. 

pracAraJ^ra tt. dlstrustful. [ciou. 

^u,J-u,j:„ni-P-l,t^, s. mistrust, suspi'- 

pracAra^rapra^ crf. dlvldcdly. Sepa- 
rately. 

pracAratiray^ra^ S. hclr. 
pracAra%ra;(ra% fl. divisiblO. 
pracAra^ra^ra^n*-/?/"-^' *. divisibility. 

^aiJ-ui%ailily a. that partakes with 
another. 

^u,J-u/b,upu,p s. distributer ; divisor. 

Pra J-ra'ifr^/. a. divisible ; s. dividend. 

Prac/-ra%A-,r, k-j[, va. to divide, to se- 
parate ; to share, to distribute ; to cut, 
to decompound, to disjoin, to uncouple, 
to disunite, to split, to cleave, to 
scatter, to behead, to make an inci- 
sion ; - ^.Jfra/Jrai. , to allot. 

pracAra^o^^ , raj U.S. partaker, con- 
cerned, participant; subscriber, shar- 
ing ; - ilAi^ij to participate, to sub- 
scribe, [share, subscription. 

^mJ-ui%np,l.ni.[3-l,,X t. participation; 



Pill" 

^mJ-ini,nL.!H, s. divisioH, share, dis- 
tribution, partition, repartition, dis- 
pensation ; decomposition, dismember- 
ment, disengagement, disjunction, 
distraction, dissolution ; stitch, rup- 
ture, departure; separation, disunion, 
scission, retrenchment, section, segre- 
gation. 

PwcZ-i^u^^-m *. custom-house officer. 

P<»</u. «..!«_, U.J s. receiver of duties 
or taxes, custom-house officer. 

f^u.J-irMr, h^l, va. to tax, to levy a 
duty. 

^•-J-[^h , J-'iifij s. part, share, por- 
tion, quota, proportion, distribution, 
equality, parcel, piece; dose; lot;- 
^•ap/^uij , assessment. 

Pu.</-...nt.'fc s. custom-house. 

Puȣ, Ij s. cherry ; large black cherry ; 
morello cherry ; fog, mist ; pale co- 
lour, paleness. 

P™^«.J/,^ a. nebulous, misty, foggy ; 
-^ , dull weather. [balsam-tree. 

^iuiu,„u/b , u,^ s. balm ; balsam ; 

^,„iu,,nhul,i_a. dark, gloomy. 

pm^i/i s. cherry-tree. 

^.ujulp s. sledge. 

^.•.i-llfh^s. gad-fly. [gloomy. 

Pu.yro<-m s. acorn, tassel ; «. cloudy, 

p/«/,/<«6- , /<3 a. foolish, wanton, mad, 
cracked. 

^„.l.,u.i^n.^l,^% s. folly. 

pu./«4-«r, fcyf va. to strike, to beat ; 
to shock, to knock; to touch; to 
scourge ; -[t^uipli qnu,u , to strike one's 
foot in a stone; - ^n./i/h^ ifa.ni-i, ra- 
ging of the wind against the houses; 
-q^m-ni,, [, ^^u.^< , to kuock at tho 
door ; - qlini-piru , to beat one's breast ; 
- n^nup, to touch a cithern, harp, 
lyre ; - a'<i»»i»i.^//^/?^/j ,^^, , to dazzle 
the eyes ; iM.,uliibu,i_ uMpnimum^o^ , burst 
into tears. 

fil„fi,lrjin--^u/i,lrij; ni-j[, VO. tO kuOck 

one against another. 

f^u,/„[,ir, Irj/i^f vn. to be beaten; to 
fight, to combat, to attack ;- /Aif li^. 
dhu/iiu , to fight together, to knock, to 
dash against each other. 

P«//i//.._^r , pu/^/.^ift s. beating, per- 
cussion, blow ; knock, shock ; ren- 
counter, combat. 

P«./«,« , ly s. fortune, prosperity, 
luck ; destiny, fate, fatality ; chance, 
hazard ; Fortune, Good Genius ; ^A-vA- 



88 pu.n, 

/.W _ , I have not had the happiness ; 
£«.» ^.»^ -[/r, , by ill luck, unfortunate- 
ly ; ftinii jm^niit-i^ -[> , jtuui JUM^nifnt-ua^ 
{rnj -[• , fi^iiiii —p lriilr>iil_ 'bnpin Jlrn.m%[i 

p^{i,u.,llfh , by chance, fortunately his 
enemy dies. [ner, foreteller. 

P<o/,/«iu».f/.<-,»/ a. prophetical ; s. divi- 

pu</.»/>u.///%>^^^ a. adventurous ; - 1^^ 
'I'Iti_, to seek fortune, to adventure. 

P/«^,„»^»3 s. Temple of Fortune. 

P«»/«„,.«3^ ad. fortunately, luckily ; 
at all events or hazards, by chance, 
by good luck. 

P.»/,/«,i»L/7^ a. fortunate, lucky. 

^,uluu,u„-np„Lfff, s. happiness, good 
fortune, luck. [or chance. 

^u,lu,„l>.r, hju,) vn. to huve fortune 

P™^ , Ij , ,„j s. porch, portico ; halo, 
red circle round the sun or moon; 
sheepfold,fold; circumference, round, 
circuit ; — u/fiim.^, miihij lupliuiiiy/j to 
encompass, to surround, to begird. 

p,/////on.fr</", £-j/» va. to encompass, to 
begird ; to contain, to comprehend. 

^uilik,iu,p- , f, s. wallet, bag. 

^lu^i^fj, [,j) s. bean; lupine. 

P/«ijnt_»^ s. stick," staff. 

pa/4, /y s. spade, hoe; mattock; 
p«.4A-«r, to hoe. 

P«<4ii._<u%^ , Aj s. necklace, diamond 
to hang on the neck; iron collar. 

Pu/^<o^^ti/", t-jip va. to compose, to 
conjoin ; to ally; to mingle, to mix; to 
compound. 

f^iailui^irnK-P-pjii s. compound, com- 
position, synthesis, combination, con- 
dition, confection, formation, mixture. 

pu'Y/u^x.'ir a. suitable. 

pi«Y.">^u.^itir, tj[M va. to conform, to 
make conformable. 

^uiqiuquBlini-P-ln^ OX %nL,ilii S. fitneSS, 

relation, conformity, connection : al- 
liance. 

f^aiifjuAiu/i, a. consonant; unanimous. 

pu..^u#.Juy>,n«_/3^ii s. consonance. 

Pu#Y«//^ , •yl-^ or myf s. pretext, ex- 
cuse, subterfuge ; suspicion ; stain, 
fault ; cause, reason ; p.u,nu,ju f, il!rc"il 

seek excuses or pretexts ; p.u,iiuya 

ilinni-[3-hiMtit liuipl^iuinb-i ji i^nuii , tO Ca- 

lumniate, to slander ; »/n.ii>%^ p.u„uM,ja , 
innocent, inculpable, blameless ; ad. 
inexcusably. 

pi»f^»/t/u.iY£-»F or »/i«A s. bath-keep- 
er, bather ; sf. bath-woman. 



pat. 89 

^•iM^i,%lip, %/riujf s.pl. batts, bath- 
house; bathing place; uia,^n pu».^u»_ 
it-ut^ , bathing-tub ; iltpmpfinL. p<u.^u»_ 
ilruijf , bathing-gown ; hifuMiuili p.»i^u». 
ii-fuj , bathing season; «/»»"4> ulAiiruili 
p.uiquihhui^ , bath-room ; /> p<«Y5«A/>u 

J\liuniirlj p.iuituilihu iitnjini-£j to DatllG^ tO 

take a bath; f puniuii^u /rpp-iui_, to go 
to the baths ; •{.kmnj , &-n^«^ - , rivjer- 
baths, sea-baths; - if-ninp^n/ , p.J-^,u^ 
4«A - , vapour, medicated bath ; 
%uuttui^ufti — , hip bath ; ^nt^^m , 2b'V'^ 
ivy - 1 cold, hot or warm baths. 

p-l'ii,. [compound. 

^uiquiplihiT, hgl va. to assemble, to 

^ui,iu,p2j ts o- unleavened, azymous ; 
s. unleavened bread, azyme. 

piii,[iuf,2;iilihpg , pui^ s. pi. the feast 
of unleavened bread. 

^uiiiiuifini-^m s. bladder. 

BuK^^uo^ioy^ , j[ij , ^uilip.iuifui'ii^ S. pi. 

pretext, colour, cloak; calumny, false 
accusation ; S. ^aiii>y^ . 

pu#,^p,i„^t#r, tj// va. to pretend, to 
conceal under a pretext; to calum- 
niate; to accuse, to' impeach. 



P«#>^if..«u.u#4u<% a. comparative. 

puiYJ-iuinA-i/*, etC.S. ^uiitlr.namlrj; etc. 

^uiiik-iT, h-ijli va. to join. 

P«»^>^, t-iiu/iij s. hot. ivy. 

P«>Y/<ufn^ , laj s. stone-bow ; cross- 
bow ; catapult ; dart, arrow ; small 
dagger. 

fimiilut-iT, etc. S. P»j»/»t«/", etc. 

pii>Y/<»i4<£//(iu'ir a. deliberative. 

^uiifi^uililij a. conjoined. 

^aiil^iuli^,r, trjiy vn. tO COUJoiu, to 

be united. 

^uMii^u/iiuiir, lu^uy vn. to consist; to 
be composed, constructed, constituted. 

P.»Y^i»5n«-/3-f •-■fc s. consistency, com- 
position, conjunction. 

^uinlfui^nL.^iiM%hJ', ni-gli Va. tO COUStl- 

tute, to compose. 

pu/i^(i»jn<-j^^ a. constituent. 

Pu.y4/i«.i/iu4mj% a. copulative. 

fiuiif^^M-utir, frj/i va. to make an in- 
termixture, to conjoin. 

^uaii^utj} 1 etc* S. ^uii^iut^y-i^ t etc. 

P«i^m««4 * • bot. acorus ; yellow 
water-flag. 



PU.^ 

P»uaij»A , u/_y s. vest ; waistcoat ; 
flannel waistcoat ; night waistcoat ; 
bodice ; cloak, mantle ; tunic. 

^iii-2C^niiij/i ' >"3 *• waistcoat ; jacket ; 
little old cloak; short cloak. 

^•aj'con}. that ; uiuu.^l, - , I said that. 

P«»/:u 4'. altar. 

Pu»i/;^ , /ry s. mus. basse, base : a. 
thorough base. [wadding. 

Pu»y^<»^ , <//y s. cotton ; — «/i^»//«_ , 

pu>i/;p«,^A-'ir/> s. cotton-plant. 

^uiJp.tuu , Ao s. guilt ; o. x^iuil^iuiiiuiin • 

^lui/piuiiai^uA a. slanderous. 

Pui</]f!u#</u>%^ *. pi. detraction, slan- 
der, defamation. 

^iui/i!.uiu,uuk[> a. that loves slander. 

^•uiTpiuuiiMi-np a. slanderous. 

Pu/f/piu/iA-i/", ty^i va. to detract, to 
slander, to speak ill of, to calumniate, 
to defame, to backbite. 

Pm./^/.;^, fj/. , ^uii/pl^^, p^'hsf. lady ; 
princess ; queen. [pers. 

Pu..yp/./i4, ji/i-uAj*. castanets, snap- 

Biui/^nj s. gum ammoniac ; bamboo : 
agaayllis. 

P'f/ ' As *• d""- "^erb ; word, speech, 
discours ; S. P^yj • [verb. 

^ufjuih-uiliu/b a. derived from the 

Y^tutujUtUll*f lUauii p ^^luihif^ WuuMi VH. to 

be clayed, to hide one's self in a den. 

puyii/7»/iJ> s. supine ; verbal. 

Puy/Tj , uij s. den, cave, lair, haunt, 
kennel.- 

Pu//_j conj. but, yet, notwithstanding, 
however, nevertheless, though, still; 
save, except, without; - tp-i^ , except ; 
unless ; - i^Mu/ii , if, provided, with the 
exception of, excepted, but, besides ; 
if not ; - uui^ui/i, . yet, however , ne- 
vertheless. 

pu#*# , it-^ , ituip s. thing ; S. P.»^#. 

P«/% , pj s. speech, word, term, say- 
ing, dictate, expression, oration, dis- 
course, language, history; proposal, 
treaty, promise ; thing ; reason, intel- 
lect ; understanding, intelligence ; ora- 
cle: the Word ; 6o<. myrobalan (fruit, 
tree and oil); acorn (fruit); '^ -/# 
uinXIrij to interpose, to employ ; ^^^ 
-[iL. ,M,njbki_, to excommunicate ; - u,n. 
-, word for word; i^nil_-[n-, in a word; 
^-^<_p uiniilru to converse, to speak; 
f, -Ml uipliu/jih-ij fi -Ji ain%lri_, to pBrsuado, 
to convince, to gain ; t-f«^ ,u%liui'blri_, 
to converse with, to hold a conversa- 



tlOU I h "** ^nuMu^n^puAiu^ utpliUMUh-i^ p —u 

%hij to charm or to allure with 



'inL. uMn-i 



one's words ; -<# ^^^ l,phu,p,i i^Iti_, - 



ni_«A-j 



Lcyt 



'-Jlrji 



—H'^L." 



".p > 



to 



understand, to be understood, to come 
to an understanding; />"■«> liirm-iTu -[>, 
npiMiku [,J' -u k, according to me; /i - 
uiui'i,hi_, u.piiio'hhu to employ, to serve 
one's self; - fr^, Ifuiiun^, it is said; ^n/^ 
|Ay- -/'j" . at these words ; uiuhi_- ^_ 

pnM-P-lru/li ani-JIral^ t — " pjuntriua ^uoulr£^ 

•IjummA , to speak ill or well of some 
one; ^AV. ^ ~" ••il" • 'w^hat is this? 
<Yj to promise, to give one's word ; 



^"'lh$. A P-"'3 Ir^i 



vt< 



leave these 



things ; - /> ^»j/»6- tan^ihu to begin to 
speak ; •luifu-zCui'Lhi^ if-u 1,,-p , to finish 
one's discourse ; - ^uiplru to do some 

thing ; n^ //.« t^t ~" If^'i^ uMh-lrui£_ . 

without any hesitation ; - /Ai_4- /A^ «»n- 
^t^, I have a word to say to you ; 
Itum -/f u,Jk%kjjni^, , accordiug to every 
body ; i^ui ^n -[uf. , upon your word ; 
/rum -ft ^n, accordiug to what you 
have said; tj-lmiru i^if. n«_.r4- -7-. you 
know well with whom you have to do ; 

J^<n.lTn,—^M h ^trnutb'bnnui liiujtih i hard- 
ly had he spoken ; -^ /A^^ fr% /»»/■ ^fc^ 
nt-JL-^ , I have a suspicion of some 
one ; I have intrigues or connections 
with some one ; -^ [fu^ n^ kl^i or ni_ 

i^ninjt Itntttu pi"!- nt-uhp It iTuM n n^l£uibl^ f 

they have neither society nor com- 
merce with other men; <i»»i-u<*j -[• «//nn-_ 
"Lplini-P-fr , exceptfor cause of adultery. 

P«.>#«»pt^#,«-/?/<«-'>/ s. embassy. 

Piu%i»^^»i a. lettered, learned, wise, 
experienced, versed. 

R<x.%a>^/i^ s. writer, author. 

Bk>%.«^/.»j J/hlrij to parley, to enter 
into a treaty of peace. 

^ui%ia^uiqnt^i3lit^ s, treaty. 

Pu.>/u<^n/^s. plagiary. 

fiu/riai^nii^t^p-^iX s. plagiarism. 

B<u%i»^»i/<i._/?/ii.% s. eulogy, pane- 
gyric, praise. 

^lu'biuif.iniuli ib%lnr vn. to excuse 
one's self, to pretend; to feign, to al- 
lege, [composition. 

^,u'biu^pni-P-[,d s. writing, work , 

fiii/i„a,f.l„u'ifp s. pi. excommunication, 
anathema. 

po«^/.«^^t,r, ty/f va. to excommuni- 
cate, to anathematize. 

^lu'lMtun.pnL.P-fitX S. p/iit/ui^nioV/u • 



90 PUfb 

^•uiiu/t i. key; lock: explainer, ex- 
pounder ; — 'iint-uit].,upuiiiuig , a tuHing 
key ; - 4™</i«»pu»4'"j ■ master-key; - 
tf-uiWuM^ni^t/fi , watch key ; tf.uiiim - , 
false key. 

^u/iiut^inj^, fiMHi-tfui^ a. examiner. 

^uiiiiuluoii a. orator. 

^,M/i,ujl„a„ni-P-l,i% s , oration, dis- 
course, sermon. 

puf^io^ , luj s. camp ; army ; en- 
campment ; castramentation ;- u»»ii»t.^, 
^aip^,u'i,lri_, to encamp, to pitch a camp ; 
(loinAuY. i^'i' ' to remove the camp. 

^lu'builiiulijt^ a. companion of the field. 

^•M/bu^lfUMtikl^ s. the middle or centre 
of a camp or army. 

P<i>%ia//u/% a. reasonable, endoMred 
with reason, discursive, inte/Iigent ; 
logical; -i, «. logic. [standing. 

^.uluuliu/bni-PliJb s. reason, under- 

nuij s. camp, campaign, place where an 
army is encamped. 

camp, to pitch one's camp. 

PuAu.4/../', t-jiy vn. to encamp, to 
place one's self, to pitch the camp. 

^u/builinpiiil^a. eloquent. 

^u/bailin.1,1- a. contentious, that is 
fond of disputing, captious, cavillous ; 
- f/At^.. to cavil, to carp, to chicane, 
to dispute ; - £//ii4y_ jniV''i_ uikmu , to 
dispute about trifles. 

iptlrij [disputation. 

^ai'iiMMilin.ni-nt-P-liiii s. logomachy ; 

^u/i-iuliplilnn a. curious, that resear- 
ches much ; s. critic, censurer. 

f^iutim/ijni-Pj, o. conference, parley. 

Pi»'i^i«4/>i-<> , [i oT nj , ,uj U.S. writer, 
author; poet: newsmonger. 

Pmi/u4^«.i,n..p^iA s. composition ; 
poetry. 

pK#%uiX'u»i.£-<r, lrj[, vn. to reason, to 
narrate, to discourse. 

[iiiAMuTCmpiu^ a. examiner. 

P«A,u«r, piujp va. to open, to dis- 
cover, to disclose, to develop, to ex- 
plain; to loosen; to perforate, to 
pierce, to bore ; to spread, to enlarge, 
to extend ; to unfold, to untwist, to 
unlink ; to rub ; - ^/»^ , to take off 
one s hat; — »?c_Jtp qu[ipui f,i.p , to un- 
bosom, to open one's heart ; - t/uilunp., 
J-wli I to excite appetite ; - ^»j_. to 
uncork a bottle ; itJii -, to perforate, 



PU.1i 

to pierce, to bore ; ilii'k^ , to unseal ; 

- ^u,u , to illuminate, to enlighten 
the mind ; - ijftguiiiu , to unstop ; - 
ilifpuMp% , to unpack ; - TfufiiiuuiMUfii, , to 
trace, to mark out a path ; to open a 
way, to make a road. 

B«>%<ii</*, P«.^//r«r, f^'ijui) vp. to open ; 

to be detached one from another. 
f^uMiiuii/uinin o. p*iA«#iJrt-//i- ♦ l_men. 
Pu<%u.u4^^ s- philologist ; -^ , literary 
^ui^iuMulipai/^uA a. philological ; - 

■iJ'mnu.p-^i.i, or ni-uJhL.'itp , Uteraturs, 

humanity. Initios; letters. 

^•ii'iiiuulipnM-Pliiiis. philology ; huma- 
^iMiiiuiuinyiib- , //J s. poet ; j""-t or 

^Jini-i - , poetaster, rhymer. 
. ^u/iiuiumiriip-iuliiu% a. poetical. 

^a/butaint-iip-htr, frj/» VCl. tO pOOtize, 

to versify. 

^lu'buiumlriip^ni-Pji s. poctry ; poBm. 
P«<^/i»u»i£-f^6-n<-4/< sf. poetess. 
^uiiiuiumlrijh^opk'i' ad. poctically. 
B«i%u>^u2('iu>i. a. boaster, braggart; 

- ib'tilrij to boast, to exaggerate ; to 
swagger. 

^uAiuMpuip o. poet ; writer, composer ; 
complaisant, obedient ; *delegate, de- 

^u,%u,p,apnt43-li s. composition, work 
of sense; poem, poetry; *delegation, 
deputation. 

^uAuii-np a. reasonable ; intelligent, 
wise ; vocal ; rational. [sonable. 

fiuAiiMu,pa,,i.n/ii a. wiser, more rea- 

P«»i«»t.»r^nt./?/f£_'i s. reason ; intelli- 
gence ; rationality, understanding, in- 
tellect ; prudence, wisdom. 

Pu.%11ipu.q_ a.s. plagiary ; compiler ; 
curious. 

piiAuipufffn!-/?//!-* f. plagiarism. 

pu.%u,^lfb s. critic, reviewer. 

fiu.%u.^%%nLj3-piii s. critic, review. 

puiiplrp , «#j s. messenger, envoy. 

P™W s. bot. hen-bane. 

i^u.'i.q.liu.ni-P-l.iii s. erudition, learn- 
ing, literature, science; ilt-p'iiiypi, -, 
astronomy, 

Ynuun,uia.rti-^Mi.t 

gance, revery, idle talking, delirium, 
enthusiasm ; chimera. 

[iui%q.uiq.ni.^,ir, t-jiaj vfi. to talk ex- 
travagantly, to talk nonsense, to 
rave, to dote ; to vacillate, to totter, 
to stagger. 



b^iuf.ni-^io'i'i^ s.pl. folly, extrava- 



I PU-C 

*piu'iiq.iuli , „g s. jelly. 

p/ii7#iy.A-*/' IS. x^iulimirir* 

P</Afr«o^ s, feud, quarrel, dispute, 
wrangling ; S. P"A , ■fc/.y, , •ith.i.p . 

f'uHitrnj raj a. verbose, eloquent, vo- 
luble, fluent. 

\r'u/i,i^,q.q.liir ipilnrvn. to contradict. 

Pra*#/.pf.iA e. learned, skilful, expe- 
rienced, versed, wise ; eloquent. 

pratrf 4 , liuiiiliniiip a. talc, story, 
trifle, bawble. [reasonable. 

Pui'iiliJiuuu, , iiat'ilpifh.j a. intelligent, 

pra%^,/y , p.ufiipliu.'ii a. confidential, 
authorized, accredited, estimable, in- 
fluential. 

pra>4>i , 4»i.% s. coarse language ; 
tale, story, fable. \li(ilil„n. 

\*iMlhnpuuali , raq O. \*ttniwmuBiij Ytui/iu.^ 

PraV/^io^ , #y , raj s. herb, herbage, 
pot-herbs, vegetables ; beet. 

Prat.£.//^ra?/>7j s. kitchen-garden. 

Pratr£<«^rai^«2('ra,i. s. green-groccr ; - 
ilHi . herb-woman. 

Pra^/^ra/zi-Yt'*/ a. herbaceous. 

pra'>rara^4fr/r, irg[, vu. to slaudor, to 
calumniate, to report. 

pra'i'«a'^4"'- ' "i3 *. tell-tale, tale- 
bearer, sycophant, opponent, adver- 
sary ; Satan, devil, tempter. 

fiu/iiuM.,f,//n.-[3 liiii s. tale, slander, 
false accusation, calumny ; contrariety, 
opposition ; witchcraft. 

P„A„, , [,j s. prison, gaol ; ^■fct^'^ -^ , 
lupliu.'hlrij [• -, to imprison; lunLMlr[_ [. 
~k , to make one's escape from prison, 
to escape ; 4"At£.^-4-. to let out of 
prison; lriu.'iihi_ /. -k , to go out of 
prison. 

p«j^/»/i«#Y"'/_ ' P'"''"""'Y"'^ » X^uiltuiu.^ 
Y*uifltntitlMfiit^ , )^uiuinti.ufiub t pra/rraiu^ 

..(iru. s. gaoler, keeper of a prison. 

pui'huiiupn.hi_ a. prisoned ; - umiilrij 
to imprison. [detention- 

pa.'bm.aiiflrin.-P-lii.'b s. imprisonmeut, 

lupifjrf « 

prairati/", tj/. va. to imprison. 

P'"2_' ts *• horse hair, mane. 

pra^ ,7y *. distribution ; assessment; 
share, lot ; division : weevil, mite. 

praj/oi-iT, tj/r va. to distribute, to 
share, to part, to divide, to dispense, 
to assess ; to disseminate. 

Pra^/^/rj^ s. gratuity, drink-money. 



Pllfb 



92 



Pu/^/.;^ , njl-j s.pl. gift, present, gra- 
tuity, donation. 

Pm^/»A./?/,iA , p««jAm^W. s. distribu- 
tion, apportionment, division. 

pw^iji s. a kind of falcon. 

p.«^<«Y.u-%p «.pi. silly story, idle talk, 
stories, nonsense, prattle, quackery. 

^ui^ui.ijrj; Irgl, vH. to tattle, to prat- 
tle, to talk idly, to tell idle tales, to 
speak of trifles. 

^ui^aijinm a. prattler, great talker. 

pu/n., [i^ s. word, term, speech, ex- 
pression; air, song; - ««n. -, word for 
word; £</«» pmn-lUt, literally. 

pa.n.u.^, nj s. bellowing, lowing ; roar- 
ing. ' [to roar. 
^iin-ui^ir, ir^l^vn. to bellow, to low ; 

Pu/n.u<j^ a. renowned, famous, ex- 
cellent; ricb. [cellence, beauty. 

fKuin-,^jnt-Ppfui s. renown, glory, ex- 

P«,«.^^;»4> s. dictionary, vocabulary, 
lexicon, glossary. [handle. 

p^/iiu/^i^ s.pl. lever; porringer; 

f^ain.'LuiJ', p.iti[,A[, va. to take away, 
to remove, to carry off, to displace ; 
to retrench; to derogate, to suppress, 
to withdraw ; to cause to cease, to 
destroy, to dispel, to efface, to extin- 
guish, to stifle ; to take away, to ravish, 
to take, to steal, to rob ; to lift up, to 
raise; to bear, to support, to sustain; 

- '[• •Urc'V' *° P^^i *o P^* °^' *° ^oa,(i ; 

- '[, e,ui2ni-k, to discount, to deduct, to 
abate ;- i^o^it." . to repeal a law, to 
cancel, to annul ; - ^un^ , to clear, to 
extricate ; - ^uJi-^i , to unbar ; - 1</^_ 
"hni-lib juipif.iu'iiij.kt to deliver a woman; 

- [3 nnnt^ij p.itjrni[i [3-ni^t ujn^iri_y to aban- 
don, to forsake entirely ; - /> ^-td- li^n^ , 
to weigh; - ifif-in^u , to behead ; /i/r^u.- 

nuM^l t liujiiu/b , l^tun-ui^i ^H'ij ^lytt — i to 

scream, to cry out ; to weep ; - /> «^£n/ , 
to carry away, to stroy, to annul ; - 
quiJk'iiuifbri.J-ni-uipni-P'liL%, to take away 
all difficulty ;-^^fr/">'" m-pm-,^ , to take 
away the life of some one, to kill, to 
murder ; p-nqiip -, to appeal, to invoke, 
to lament ; - n^iui-u , to support pain ; - 
ni-„,„lr^ , to go away, to depart ; - ^/.i- , 
to subtract;- lupiuilihi^ to dismiss; 
p.uipJtlruii^p.lr[,lri_, to Carry. 

^luiubiutT, y^ujiubhir, \*iunjilrutl /[iljltirf 

luapi.y vp. to be carried or brought; 



PftO 

to liken, to compare ; to be taken a- 
way ; to be destroyed ; to be estinguisb- 
ed ; pujp^Pp i- ,u%^llp [• irni, be thou 
removed and castinto the sea ; - irmmj 
i,uiuipuini^lrujj'p. , to be proud of; u,pp 
M'p'i-'^P^ pu,n%pi , the just perish ; T-.». 
iTtuutinu fs.ujn^aft [' .^""ii'i$."'3 » i-'amascus 
will soon be no longer a city; p.,apiu,^ 
m-luufi, , the pact is broken ; - /. ^tfcu/j , 
to die ; %J'^ pu,pd[,% ^uu.^. , they put 
on him the cross. 

^uMu[tp S. \*iuupli-£li . 

p<»<,» , ^j s. fortune, luck; destiny, 
fate ; wager, bet, stake ; -» luplimbk-ij to 
lay a wager, to bet. [buke. 

^uiupufbg, s.pl. reproach, blame, re- 

^uiuphj; Irjli va. to reproach, to 
blame, to condemn, to rebuke, to cen- 
sure. 

2'uiuplrJ; a. reproachable, blamable. 

^uipuMp. s. shuttle. 

pii/^i/u^ > ""J '*• subtile ; - _5"»«- 1 ^p'l'i 
phthisis; S. "h-^pp: braoh (sporting 
dog) : nitre ; S. ^npuili. 

^uipuiiiuMih/ii a. that spins or weaves 
finely ; finely spun or woven. 

^uipuiliui^-l^a. a skinny neck ; a long 
or thin neck. 

^.iipu,^ a. hard: soft. [porter. 

v^uspuMuitMib f f^ujnujMjfh'ui s . usuer, 

^uipuiniiiuliufii a. personified ; — p«"ii 
prosopopoeia. [legory. 

fKu,p,un.%n,-P-pL3i s. prosopoposia; al- 

pm^#/i£-/7^ s. lintel, door-post, door- 
tree. 

{^mpuii-npni-P^pL^Ls. manneTS, custom. 

^,uppuj£y/bf; s. idle talcs, nonsense, tire- 
some repetitions, silly story, prating, 
gossip, dotage- 

f^uipp.u/bllrJ', ^,upp.,u2hj; t-^fi V7t. tO 

make tiresome repetitions, to chat, to 
prattle, to bawl, to tattle. 

fiuippiun., nj s. speoch, voico, accent, 
language, idiom, dialect ; acclamation, 
exclamation; cry, clamour; sound; 

l^irp^iT ptrtu/^ it.nitrL.nPj pUiL^uMm , tlMM^iMlrt.^ 

"hu-ilg -, a hoarse orgruif, trembling, 
interrupted, menacing voice ; ^/"^-t^-i 
to offer a word, to speak ; uib-lri_ p - , 
to make one speak ; - mpiuilit-/^ to cry, 
to raise the voice, to exclaim; ^i^jpi 
°?# /' ~ ^•is-ni.p-hui'u , the air was filled 
with cries or a thousand cries of joy; 
^ 2,"^ - . in the Armenian language ; - 



PU.0 

urifuing , „f,„,„j-ui% , thunder, noise; - 
""'?"'/"/'*' . clamour, cry ; - ij^nqin , i,a„.^ 
"•-3 ' •li"^"''i""ii ' ^«'iilng , blast of trum- 
pets, ruff; cackling; noise or clashing 
of shields; whistling or bluster of the 

Wind ; — uitL^iL.^nt- , r^iuqu^iiaa , Q, \P,t_p%^ 

il"^ ; - miiimiuilil, , rumour. 

^u,pp.,u„_l„i; Ir^u,/ vn. to speak ; to 
cry out, to exclaim. 
. ^uippiapu/iip s. haggling, hesitating. 

V>"iipOipli/^ , ('•upputpfilinb S. fiMa(tpiu_ 

f^uipputpliiT, %!»/ vn. to hesitate, to 
haggle; to be busy, embroiled, per- 
plexed. 

^uippuepnia , u,^ a. s. barbarous, sa- 
vage ; barbarian, cruel. 

f^iupp,„p„„„,.p-l,^s, barbarity, cruel- 
ty, grossness. 

^utppni-Ma' s. mus. cithern. 

pii>^Y^<_a.2r, [y a. signal, illustrious ; 
cheerful ; increased, flourished, flour- 
ishing, civilized. 

P<i/^^<»i.i»2('u<%^ s. pi. increase, abun- 
dance ; profit, improvement, bloom, 
lustre, splendour, renown. 

P'"/»?-'"'-«'2(tj/', lrj[i va. to make flour- 
ish; to civilize. 

pnf^^xii.wX/i//', t-^iaj vn. to increase, 
to flourish, to be in repute, in ho- 
nour, in vogue, to profit, to improve. 

P"/^^, ^j s. a. hay-rick; heaped up, 
piled, bound up; polypetalous ; 



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*f#ȣ_ir 



» p« 



gr. compound word. 



^u,pq.ir,r, L-jl, va. to accumulate, to 
hoard; to bind up; to compound, to 
conjoin. 

^iup^i.p-[,^% s. accumulation, heap ; 
composition, formation. [other^. 

fiujplrmuiaj a. that speaks well of 

^utpk-u.uilriuj a. that hates the good, 
evil, malicious, wicked. 

puipt-ui^tu^iaj'a. benevolent. 

^uipii-uiguiMMiiupm «. woll doservcd, 
worthy, obliging. 

^luplr.ui. ad. well , right ; safely ; - 
klihp' be welcome; - Ohi^, adieu! - 
nfibuY. '""^/_. to bid farewell, to take 
leave ; to renounce, to forsake.. 

^luplrpuilum , fiuiplrpiu^u,[,^ ft. fortU- 

nate, lucky; prosperous, happy, fa- 
vourable, propitious. 

fiuip/rpa,fiu,u,piup ad. fortvinately, 
happily, luckily. 



\*niplrpiuluintulnuirt luqtuj VH. to prOS- 

per, to be fortunate, to succeed, to 
be happy. 

^uiplrpu,[n,nni-P-l,^ s. fortuue, hap- 
piness, prosperity, chance, destiny. 

f^/nph-puti/a- b. X^tuplrpiutitui * 

^uipirpu/ii a. that praises., 

• ^tupkpu.'iiualilig o,- that praises with 
another or together. 

^luphp.u'iih-ir, ir^li va. to bless, to 
praise. _ [encomium. 

^luphpufiint-p^S s. benediction praise, 

^u.pirpu,^u a. beneficent, bounteous, 
that does good, liberal. 

^oiplrpui^unL^liJi, s. bounty, bene- 
fit, favour, liberaUty. 

Y^taptrpurniii f f^uipirpujtlin/tlf fe. y^iMinir^ 

putfuin . yj^iupk-put^uinu/tiuiir* 

Y*taphpuMuuiUMfiiuir t f^tiiph-putuinhj' S- 

l^uiph-piuuuint-ltrpi^ O. y^tupirpuipMuini-^ 

^•uplrp.upnj , [ij a. good-natured, 
good-tempered, civil, benign, affable, 
kind. 

\*iaplrpiupnint-P-jitIh, f^uipn-piapni-(3-p S. 

excellent character, good-nature. 

p,i,plrpk-p a. productive of good, 
fruitiful, fertile, abundant. 

^ujpk-plrpnt-P-litlb s. fertility, fructi- 
fication. 

f^u,plrpn,ipn2_ a. that has good suck- 
ers, shoots or sprouts. 

fiuipt-pn/u a. that produces good 
fruit fruitful; good-natured. 

^uMph-pni-iflM a. that causes good to 
come forth. 

^.uphpnii, a. naturally good, that 
has a good disposition, humane. 

^,uplrif.lr,i_ a. beautiful, graceful, 
charming, genteel, pretty, handsome. 

^luphiifi-ni-P-liti s. benignity, cle- 
mency, mercy. [verses, lives well. 

fiuiphii-iuij a. that runs, walks, con- 

fiiiiph-^npit a . beneficent, virtuous, 
pious, that does good. [good. 

^lupt-fnpitif, trgfi vn. to do Well, 

^,upi.-,i.npirnt.piiJii s. bounty, bene- 
ficence; good works. 

pra^t^n.-/?- a. benign, humane, mer- 
ciful, compassionate, tender, charita- 
ble, flexible. [proper. 

pm^tifi-iY a. becoming, suitable, fit, 

^urpirif.liiiini-[3-lii.ii s. decorum, fit- 
ness.; prosperity, luck. 

^mplril-pni-J- a. ungrateful. [ed. 

^i^plrnuip^a. well adorned ; reform- 



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^infilT^upn-yil', ^al' ^^- *o embellish, 
to adorn ; to reform. 

^u,i,h,lu,[,^n,-P-l,i!ii s. embellishment, 
ornament, finery ; reformation, reform. 

Pui^A-ju/^.r«. of good family, noble. 

t^uiii/rJ-uin.u/ii^ni-P-lii.'b s. inheritance 
of great property ; good inheritance. 

Pi«///r^u,<_ a. very good, very useful. 

pu»^fr£,„<_„,_/?fii «.. great goodness, 
good-nature, nobleness, gentility. 

fiu,ph/u,a„i, a. sober, temperate, 
moderate. 

f^'apt^,'an.%lrir, t-ijji vu. to temper, 
to moderate, to soften, to modify. 

^u,pir[u,unfbni-p-l-ii, s . temperanco ; 
temperature, moderation, modification, 
mitigation; - o^n^, temperature of 
the air. 

PuY't^Am.r a. careful, that provides 
for wants, for an affair, [to provide. 

^•Miphli/butJifir, tjf va. to be careful, 

^u,phlu%,i.f,p a. that asks for, that 
seeks for good things. 

^uipyfuni, , ^u.ph[uir[ii,n,^[,n. U . that 

thinks of good things. 

pm^t/„^,„„, a. that gives good ad- 
vice, good instruction; well instructed. 

Pu/^t^o./ , mj U.S. intercessor, me- 
diator. 

f-iuphluouhii; t-^l, vn. to intercede. 

P«/pt/iio«n«-/?/.ti J. intercession, me- 
diation. 

^uj[ilrliujir, u»y s. friend ; familiar, 
clear ; ifintrpjjirj nt'bi^hi^ , Ti'^jutplun , u/ij^ 
^•lu'iinL.i^p, ulphil, uni-u, -, intimate, sin- 
cere, true, devoted, dear, false friend. 

^•aphiiwiraifLujlf ad. friendly, fami- 
liarly, domestically. 

?-ziplrli..iir,„^u,'ii a. amicable, friendly. 

X'MMiptriiuiiihi'iMuij; ii^iy vn. to be 
friendly, famihar, to make one's self 
familiar. 

f^iapt^uti/n^p-litjb s. friendship, fami- 
liarity, attachment ; ut.-pu, - , intimacy; 
MMi'Llihifh^ - , cordiality. 

pjo/rt^.ni/;,^^/, sf. friend. 

Pu-^fr^/u^^ a. well regulated, cor- 
rected, reformed, policed. 

^uiph^u,q,f.irir, irjl, vo. to ordor pro- 
perly, to dispose, to put in order; to 
amend, to reform. 

(^"'ityf/iup^n^p-lnSb s. good order, or- 
ganization ; reform, reformation; di- 
scipUne ; policy. 

P."^t^t«,j S. ^,upkl,lr^[,li. 



^uipt-lih'ii^ui'i, , ,ug s. carnival, ho- 
ly day time; ^intA -, the day before 
lent, shrovetuesday, shrovetide. 

^iL,plrliir%q.uj'i,ni.pi,i:i, s. happiness, 
felicity, prosperity, rejoicing. 

^luplrlilrpiMi a. that has a good figure, 
handsome, graceful, genteel, pretty, 
well-made. [shape, grace, gentility. 

^uiphlihpuin^p-lf s- fine figure, good 

^uipirlilrjl,^ a. happy, prosperous, in 
good circumstances, rich. 

^uipyiiy^ni-P-litA s. happiness, feli-' 
city, ease, contentment, comfort. 

f^:,ph/il,p "■ goo'i? honest, virtuous. 

\^u,pir^l,pl3- a. well instructed, civil. 

^,uptr^pP^ni,p^l,ifb «. good education, 
good-breeding, politeness. 

^u.pirlipo'u , J,^ a. of good morals, 
pious, virtuous, honest, religious. 

^u.phlipo'bn^p-I.Jii s. good morals, 
honesty, probity, piety, religion, good- 
ness. 

^•M,py^,a7([„r, i^jiy vn. to vouchsafe, 
to accept, to receive favourably, to 
please. 

P,iY'i-4n»2s#y a. very agreeable. 

^uipy^uiiCniu/hiuir, ui^'fj vn. to be very 
agreeable or very amiable. 

P/«Y»t4"'a"/.«-/?? s. approbation , con- 
sent, benevolence, favour, friendship. 

^uiplri,it,ira. tasteful, savoury. 

^iuplri,uiJp.uii^ a. of good renown, 
of great reputation, famous, renown- 
ed, celebrated. 

P«/^A-4u/.^u/t,t<r, i-j/> va. to cele- 
brate, to publish with praise. 

^ujph-ia,jp.u,,-ni-P-liLii s. good name, 
renown, reputation, fame, praise. 

^uipirifutirpnip a. agreeable, amiable, 
graceful, polite, civil, gentle, tractable, 
humane, kind, courteous, complaisant, 
beneficent. [things. 

P<//^t4u/jry a. that demands good 

P/«^t4«/>,2«"«#^ a. very sensible, - 
wise, - learned. [or stature. 

^ujpU^uiuuili a. having a fine shape 

^luph^.uuinfj a. rewarder, that re- 
compenses well, that does good. 

Pm^fr^u/LuA a. obedient, submissive. 

^uipk-^iup a. very ingenious, - 
clever. 

Y^uiph-^n-^iul^ , etc. S. \^iuplr^ulllp.Uil- 1 

etc. [to good things. 

puj^A-4^.«,«_t^ a. that invites, exhorts 
[^•uphJiri. a. of a good shape, well 

made, genteel; graceful. 



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V'u'ph-JtlrKjii.pii^s. fine figure, grace- 
fulness, decorum. 

^uiplrinuifb a. well matched, lucky, 
fortunate. 

^ui(,hir,un%ni.p-l,ti, s. good fortune, 
happiness, participation of good; good- 
ness, perfection. 

f^,t.p/rirujpii.[,/i a . coaxer, cajoler, 
gallant, complaisant ;-^i'fcA-f, to please, 
to flatter, to coax, to cajole, to adulate. 

^uipyiruipifjii-P-liM^, s. flattery, adu- 
lation, complaisance. 

i^uipt-Jlia, a. sincere, ingenuous, 
frank, naive ; innocent, good, well dis- 
posed. 

f^u,p/r,rnp, a. peaceable, flexible, 
good-natured, good-humoured. 

^itjpt-ifhnjiij a. unthankful, ungrate- 
ful, [ly, naively. 

Pu»^i-./;n.«p,«^ r(rf. ingenuously, frank- 

P«.^£-f/;»./jt^J/ii4 s. sincerity, inno- 
cence, goodness, indulgence. 

P'"/'^"'ff"Z_ '"• favourable, prospe- 
rous ; -ip,t^, to prosper. 

^•uphjuipiFuip a. vrell adjusted, well 
agreed ; symmetrical. 

^uiptril^oMmuili a. of happy memory, 
whose memory is venerated. 

^•iMptr/npi a. of good or of great hope. 

^ui[,lrjnp,l.np Q. that cxhorts to good 
things ; well inclined, very willing. 

^u,plrjnL.un,-P-liiii s. good hope. 

^u,ph-ioc/-,„i, a. well inclined, very 
willing, benevolent. 

^Muptriiui/uuAi^ a. zealous. 

pj/y^tijiiA a. of good sign ; signa- 
lized, remarkable, famous. 

f^uiplr^'i, a. well settled, rich, happy, 
prosperous. 

P«.^fr^»/7^4 a. that grants or does 
favours,, that gratifies ; handsome, 
graceful, agreeable, charming. 

^•i,pir^n(,i,ni-Pl,Jb s. bounty, good- 
ness ; gracefulness, elegance, charms. 

P<«^A2niA^ a. mild ( speaking of the 
wind), the mild zephyr. 

PoifrAjfii^ a. splendid, magnificent ; 
superb, graceful, pretty ; venerable ; 
modest, chaste, bashful; ,un:iini-i_^,-_ 
pt-uiL. huiirliyp- - , to cover one's self 
with a veil for modesty. 

splendour, magnificence, pomp, lustre, 
refulgence ; honesty, modesty. 

^lupkiu-if, a. well measured or pro- 



a PD.P 

portioned, exact, well made. 

^uipk^utlmi-P^liiiMS. exactness, beau- 
ty, exact proportion. [devout. 

pi«^fcu(,„2.» a. s. pious, religious, 

P»»^t»j|u»jo.ti/", frj/< vn. to be reli- 
gious, to lead a pious life, to do good 
works. 

^•uphiniu^iini-P-litA s. piety, religion. 

pH.^fr«;<x/^»««-4/i af. pious, religious. 

^lupiruiuiuiiri, ffl. vBry conveniont, 
proper, decent, fit, worthy. 

^uiphukp, ul'["";i a. good, virtuous, 
pious, religious ; benevolent, indulgent, 
obliging. 

^•M,pir„l,pni-Rliii> s. bounty, good- 
ness, kindness, obligingness- 

^.^phu'i.ni-Plii-'ii s. good education. 

P/«^t«i#ri_'fcY- » • well instructed , 
- brought up, - educated. 

P«.^fri/,«yt^t-^ a. becoming, confor- 
mable, convenient, proper, handsome, 
pretty ; graceful. 

liiu,pk;l^i>/lriin^[3-[.L.% s. fitnoss, con- 
venience ; lustre, splendour. [nate. 

P'utplrilliiCui/i a. well settled, fortu- 

^u,philuu,u,i,n,-[3-l,iii s. good assu- 
rance, certainty, boldness. 

Pm^tmiutf f^ a . that sounds well , 
sweet, harmonious, well adjusted or 
organized. 

fiiap/rn.truia^, [iu'plruilr„[i^a. havlug 

a good prospect, aspect or counte- 
nance, handsome, charming, graceful, 
genteel, delicate, pretty, agreeable. 

f^iuptrtn^ui a. becoming, proper ; of • 
good figure, genteel. 

fiuipt-i„n^,r, ^uiplrmn^Jlili Q. that iS 

of good family, noble, illustrious. 

^u,ph,nni,irni-P-lii^i s. nobiUty ; noble 
birth ; grandeur ; fertility. 

^u,[ilr,npni-[3-f,ii,s. gratification ; pro- 
duction, fruit, profit, advantage. 

^ujph-piup, Muj a. beneficent, bene- 
factor, friend, obliging, indulgent, fa- 
vourable, kind. 

^Mupi^paipk-ir, hjj, vn. to do good, to 
gratify, to favour, to oblige: 

fiu,plrpu,pn..p-[,L.'ii s. bouefit, bounty, 
good, beneficence, kindness, favour, 
service, pleasure, gratification, libera- 
lity. 

^,uptp2^'i>^ft a. blissful. 

^u,plrp2u,'i,linu.p-{ii% s. blissfulness; 
good fortune, happiness. 



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Pw^>£-^i«<<- a. glorious, illustrious, 
splendid, magnificent. 

p./-^fr,//«.«-"'-/?/<i-'fcs. splendour, gran- 
deur, magnificence, majesty. 

^,uplr,l,n(,^ a. well tried, - proved. 
f'u.ph^L-ir, irj[, va. to hide, to veil, 
to dissimulate. [agreeable. 

^••'[•kpt • ^['i a- personable, genteel, 
i^uipk conj. at least, at the least. 

^uipl, , pt-y, plru'3 a. good, nice, kind, 
indulgent; fit; fine, handsome; ad. 
■well, right ; j. good, benefit, favour ; 
goods ; - 1 1 it is good ; - um^-hij to do 
well ; - or pu,plru.i- hlij,.^ , be welcome ! 
4<»//pw<. puiphuy , good reputation ; n^ 
^/rmA-^ y- iitunr^uip, to IgnorB the dif- 
ference between good and evil; ilHi^- 
fpir/rjl,j,, what shall I do well? 4'"-. 
uinL^Irp {.ij -utjou have done me good; 
pi-lt.uiu,p uftin-lfli ,j-u _g,n, you have re- 
ceived good in your life ; jnpJ-uiiT - 
itH'jb #^t' when will you be happy ; 

^u,p[,„_p a. good ; <id. well, softly, lei- 
surely ; iruiirlihi- 4- , it is better to hide 
it; - 4-1 it is well; npuikuit.-[3nM-li ^infj 
as you like it, if you please. 

^u.pii a. sharp, pungent, acrid ; acid, 
sour, rough. [P'/3-#.<_«i6-/A. 

*^.upli.„itlfii s . chem. oxygen ; S . 

^uipliuAituJ', uiguif vn. to be angry, 
provoked, to storm, to rage. 

ffiapliuiu[,pii, a. passionate, apt to be 
angry, fretful, pettish, peevish, impa- 
tient, [ged. 

t^u,p/iu,^,yin o. angry, vexed, enra- 

X^iupl^iuntJtl b. f^uip^tuunpm . 

^u,pli,„^n,ini-P'lii^i s. irascibility, ire. 

^uiplfiu^nL^uflilril', nM-^li VO. to OXaS- 

perate, to irritate, to anger, to dis- 
please, to offend, to enrage. 

^iiplinM-P-liiA s. anger, wrath, ire, 
indignation, passion; harshness; dis- 
grace ; ilt2i'''lilru jiuitlini^, qjun!iiuil_ 'p 

pu.pfin^p-lr'iil^, to be appeased, to allay 
one's anger; I3^u,ililri_,i- , to give vent 
to one's anger ; - or 4^u#juA -, thun- 
der-bolt; •ip,-iirm[il_puip/ini-P-lr.u,/p., tO 

rage, to get into a passion ; - upunTmnc^ 

[a-n-utit f j/fiH(//fiiniL|cr^ /Liapiini-P-ts f lUry, 

ire, wrath. 

^uipJt , /y s. cushion; bolster, pillow ; 
squab, mattress, divan; bench, sofa: 
hip, thigh: dignity, degree, throne: 
floor or board of a ship ; ^frm^m/Zy - , 



PUP 

downy pillow; - hphuu,^, pillow; /»_ 
«.i»£/-i -, first place, place of honour; 

- mo#^ n..Jtrp , to confor a dignity of 
some one. 

^u,pAu.p^hknL.pi,t^ s. fracture of the 
leg, broken leg. 

^ujpiu,lil,j a. s. that sits on the same 
mattress, that is partaker of the same 
banquet or dignity ; colleague. 

p«#^<J,»4»i./.c- s. competitor. 

^u,pi^,if„^aj. s. search of dignity, 
pursuit of honour ; competition, rival- 
ry, ambition. 

P«#/7.5*//Mf«A I «y -y. cuisn. 

fi,i,pAu,n.n.- il'iil'if vn. to obtain some 
dignity. 

^u.pllrplra s. pillow-beer , - -case. 

^ujpAkpkg s. president; - u,lr,il> or 
-4? , the first place, honourable place. 

'^u.pAp/.u.lp a. that seeks the first 
place, fixed in an honourable place ; 

- J/i'lrij to seek the first place. 

^u,pA[, p^nqp u,n-%lr,rva- to abaudou, 
to leave, to forsake entirely. 

^u,pAl,li s. small cushion, bolster: 
compress. [shions, pillows. 

f^My-pA^itM^P , %tpnj s. pi. small cu- 

fi,^pA,iL.//i,t^u,l[ , itrliuMj s. hot. south- 
ernwood. 

f^,upAnL.ah s. act of raising; carriage; 
subtraction; exception; suppression, 
repeal, derogation; degradation, dis- 
solution, extinction ; deduction, defal- 
cation, [burden. 

f.u,pinijju/i,lrMr, ni-^}i VO. to load, to 

fiwpAp , Jnt. , Aniiip , Ju/itj a. high, 
elevated ; sublime, eminent, great, ex- 
cellent ; ^nut-^^ '!• p.,upJtni-k, to fling, to 
throw from above ; f Avyu p.u,pip , - 
iujiilii- , Aiyj.l,.- p.,upini- , ad . aloud, 
loudly;- •un.'i.hu to elevate, to raise 
on high; to magnify, to exalt; -il^[ij; 
to be elevated, glorified ; TCu/uui^g^ 
lp.u,pAnii,u , to know sublime or pro- 
found things ; ulr,i.,/i,-, splendid, sump- 
tuous dinner, banquet ; ^ iiu,pAnt^ , 
from above ; - n7C, elevated style ; - 
^•m/im^uiIi, relief, basso-rilievo. 

^lupAni^ip , Au.'iig s. pi. height, top, 
summit, eminence, elevation; heaven; 
p-ujifiui-np puipiiu'iij , king of heaven ; 
(3-n.tnM^!^ p.uMpi,Ji,g , blrds of air. 

^ii,pJpmp.ujiinL.li a. that has a strong 
arm, strong hand, valiant; vigorous. 

f^ujpApuiputppuin. a. that has a strong 
voice ; sounding, that has a loud or 



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shrill sound; resounding, clamorous, 
sonorous, clangous ; ad. loudly, aloud. 

^ailiJpuMpt-iij a. Tery high, much 
elevated, lofty. 

^uipApuipniJii a. that has a long stalk. 

^uipApuj^-ia^uiP^i a. whose summit 
is very high, lofty. 

■^uil,Jpu,q.,Mi.i s. a, seat, the chair, the 
highest place ; president, the most ho- 
nourable ; high, elevated ; -^ , the first 
place, precedence. 

^MM,[iJi[iiu,l.h;i_ a. very pretty, char- 
ming, excellent, supreme. 

^uipipuiifku, a. that knows sublime 
or profound things. 

f^uifiJtpuMiifni-p, a. high, elevated; bold, 
frank, honourable ; ad. boldly, highly. 

^lupipuMf-njii a. higher, sublime ; su- 
preme, grand ;-,-«, ad. highly, sub- 
limely, boldly. 

^u,f,ipuj^l^,f_a. much accumulated. 

^uipipuinliuiuili a. very high, to wer- 
ing ; s. observatory. 

^u,pipuip-n.[i^a. that flies above. 

P«uf.^^u./i#„^4iit.^^a. mysterious, pro- 
found. 

^lupipuiliiuf a. high, great, supreme, 
sublime, excellent. [very high. 

^,uplpuili,umu,p a. whose summit is 

Y*'"p^ptutin^iuli or l^n£-uiujli a, subjoct 
to large waves, stormy. [sublime. 

i^iupjlpui^iujlrtaj a. that looks above ; 

fiiupjpui^uiuuil([ a. that has a large 
size, tall. [mous, celebrated. 

^uipJpui^n-^i a. very renowned, fa- 

PiapJpaiJuiii/i a. that has very high 
branches. 

X^UtpdipUMditUUI O. \*IMMpAptuptMMppU3n- • 

^uipipuiJliin a. proud, lofty, arro- 
gant, presumptuous. [high place. 
^uipApuiiTni-p a . fortified in a very 

X^iupJipuiirtiihiTf ^jjp t f^tiiptipiui/uipif' t 

irjiy vn. to be proud of, to be selfcon- 
ceited. 

^u,pJpuiifainL.[3-[iiJk s. prosumption, 
pride, arrogance, haughtiness. 

f^uipJp.ujot, a. lofty, proud, superci- 
lious, haughty. 

iiuipJpiujo^,n,_p^tii s. haughtiness, 
pride, arrogance. 

^lupipai'iiiiiX, ui^ut/ vn. to rise, to 
ascend, to rB-ascend, to surmount, to 
exceed, to surpass ; to increase, to 
grow ; to be proud, to pride one's self. 

\c'iapipuii,j^ a. remarkable, signal, 



7 PU.P 

signalized, famous, renowned, 
^uipipuM^"!, a. built very high, 
^mpipui^^inL-p-l^ s. altimetry, 
^iiipipuiuiuiinliL. a. very honourable, 
much esteemed. 

^u,pipujiiiujn,ni-ir a. that relates su- 
blime things, sublime, profound. 

^lupipuiuiiupufiintj «. puffed up, arro- 
gant, proud; - 2/>^'£_, to be puffed up, to 
be proud of, to bridle up. [walls. 

^uipipuiuiuipliuui a . that has high 
^tupipiuupntii a. with long legs. 
^aiplpui^apu a. that has high bran- 
ches: covered with many leaves, leafy. 

X^iMipApuitljlujItuill^ uiuitjif f*tapJlpiMii[rlJiMff 

Ir^iy vn. to be puffed up, to be proud 
of, to bridle up, to assume airs of im- 
portance. 

fiiup^paiil^--P[tL% s. pride, haugh- 
tiness, arrogance. 

f^mpJtpiut/litl D. f^utptxpitiu^iupuilinu . 
ftUJpJtputant-nutlth-ifj f7C-u^it ya. tO 010- 

vate, to lift up, to raise, to exalt, to 
raise higher, to raise again, to ascend, 
to promote, to advance. 

s. height, hill, eminence, summit, top, 
ridge, hillock ; promontory, cape ; a. 
high, elevated. 

f^uipJpiiipii/iiil.iMt/i s. bass-relief, bas- 

so-rilievo. [High. 

[^utpJtpk-iai_ as. very high ; the Most 

^iiipJpni-P-p^% s. height, eminence, 

elevation, act of raising up, summit, 

sublimity, grandeur, highness. 

f^tupjipn^nl^y O. X'lUpJiputJilutlb • 
fiiupjp , ,}//j S. leg; S. ^uipJt^ 

f^tapnf,utf.^ui s. morahst. 

^uipnjui^fimni-P-'li s. moral, morality. 

^uipn/uifuou a. moralist ; S. ^muj/uou • 

\^uipnj,uluouhj', tjf vn. to moralize. 

^ujpyuMitfiii a. natural. 

^•upniuili^Jb a. moral, belonging to 
morals ; s. moralist ; moral ; - I'Jiuumui^ 
iilipni-P-liiA , ethics ; - ^f i#7/ii-/3-/»«-*» , mo- 
rality, ethics ; - ftinuum , morality ; <"«-_ 
'i,hi_ - lunp^pj.,uly-ni-[3-[iti,u , to moralize, 
to make moral reflections. 

^uipnjM^ii/bnM-P^liJi, s. morality. 

^iMipnjuililij a. that has the same dis- 
position or humour. [morally. 

^uipnjuiuil^ii t \^iupniiul£uiliuJiMi^u Ctd. 
fiuipn/ip , n/['j S. P"'/»/£ • 

P«i/.ni-/3-f«Jfc s. goodness, probity; 
benignity, mildness, clemency; pro- 
ceeds, produce. 



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p,apnJbu,i, «-3 *. vine-branch; 
branch, bough, shoot. 

ftm^oi-^ra'i'jf; , fi^pni-pp s. crimina- 
tion, imputation, calumny, false accu- 
sation; pretext; motive. _ [lust. 
p</,^«^/Fu.ni-/?/riJfc s. concupiscence, 

(poplar). 

f^uiftpirir, tjf , Pm^^^iT, frjiy vn. to 

pretend, to feign. 

Pu,^<-/7^ , »j a. good ; ad. well ; tp-J^ 
- p-nM-l ,t,n.u-2b or j«'t" ^" < if you 
please or like ; - it-lriin.-P-li,X , a pros- 
perous old age ; - illupqiMiuihgnni-P-liiii , 

good or sound doctrine ; - lyp , a 
good man; - /immtij to despise or to 
scorn well ; - 4- ''*-t •""•" iP'^U i^ i^ ^ 
good thing for us to remain here ; - k 
or - k p>"^/7- . iliupq-ituthin , you say 
well, master ; "^ t - '^pt^/t >lb'"^i'' d'~ 
'ulru it is not well for man to be alone ; 

uini-J-lri atitjn luni^-uin ^l^ — » 11 IS nOt a 

good thing to do ill to the just. 

^tiipt-n^^uiii-iijii 0. better. 

^uipt-n^hw, tr^li va. to benefit, to^do 
good to. 

^wpp , pni-g S'pl. manners, custom, 
disposition, inclination, conduct, man- 
ner of acting ; pnja p-uipn^.^ , nature, 
character, natural, disposition, incli- 
nation ; - ^lu^n^^ , good manners, 
morals ; ui'iippit , u/buipuim - , pure mo- 
rals ; /upnj^in - , proud character ; ^/uA_ 
r^iupls-^ lTifp-uibh-i_ i^ujftii , to corrupt 
the morals; •uirn^lri_ ip.uipa, to soften 
the morals ; jlti-pn^ pw^m-iy^ , [> IimmmiTiu^ 

tjLutnnM-tili f Liuuiiti-nn p.uinnL^ ^ B.utnnL^ 

joJ-ujpni-P'h, willingly, spontaneously. 

^u,popn,-P-[n^, s. happiness, prospe- 
rity, well-being. 

P#«j a. open, uncovered; p/«^™«- 
filunil_, with an uncovered head, bare- 
headed; impudently; «"^<>p -qp or -u»«. 
'"is-p "i_ HT-P uikuiu'iikp I with the eyes 
open, he saw nothing; -un- fe^tuqp or 
-op hphuo^ , with the face uncovered ; 
p-n,fni^l_l, - ij_^uiijui^i , to leave open the 
gates of a city ; /< - t- ^ni-ni , the door 
is open ; ^ - #»«J/fc/_ ^//jt-^i , to have 
the head uncovered ;f - ^l!>ui , go away! 
I - •^.u.gkp jl^k"!' , go away from me ! 
-k i - , t - < ad- far, very far ; quite ; 
out, abroad; - [■ -, openly, evidently; 
pui^ni-uu, f, - , from afar ; far ; [• -[• , in 
a field, out of the city, in the country, 



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in the open air, under the open sty ; 
p - uiniitru to remove, to send away ; 

Pum9 /» — u/lrnu/lilrl aj^utqipiP t tO SUrpaSS 

many ; [• - p-umiiuiu to take away ; k-p^ 

l?-'"L I' -' I' ~ •t'""a *o S" away, to de- 
part ; [i — trij-uii- i'lbii^uii^i gpmni-P-fiiX , 

the rigour of winter is past ; /» - 4>«o_ 
liiri^qu„iu,^ulii., to cease from crying; 
\ - uiiup , /i - ui'itj.p uiuip , int. never I 
no ! God forbid! come along! fy ! - 'f . 
pr. except, excepted, besides, save; 
without. 

^...^i^i-.u'i.^j; h^l vn. to cry out, to 
scream ; to exclaim. 

P/i,j«»^«A^«-/3-/>«-'>' s. exclamation. 

fil.,a,l^a. ad. with uncovered head, 
bareheaded. 

pim^mi-n/i, a. distaut, far off: diluted; 
pale ; - , -" ad. far, at a great distance, 
very far ; - ^iiAm^, sea-green. 

P«y m.^t'/" a- bold-faced; shameless. 

^•ujuili-y , lij a. absent, distant, re- 
mote, far off. 

^ihguiliiylir, Ir^uij vn. to absent one's 
self, to go away. 

^u,jju,iiu,jni-P-l,iJi s. absence, rimoval, 
non-residence, distance. 

^ui^iuliufbuin-nih a. very or farther 
removed. 

Puij«.4«#/t<«5 tf-Jiir s . divergent ; - 
ui^op , iiiifmiip , with open eyes. 

puiju'/uym , fj a. evident, manifest, 
clear, intelligible ; formal, express. 

^ui^uifiyinmlili Or uik" cid. evidently, 
manifestly, intelligibly ; formally, ex- 
pressly. 

Piuji«#y.«/uiArir, tjf va. to declare, to 
set forth, to explain, to utter ; to un- 
fold, to clear. 

P<«ju./my«i/f^o. declarative, determi- 
native, significative, apodictical. 

Piuyu»/«//mn«_p/fii«. evideuce; expla- 
nation ; developement, disentangle- 
ment. 

^ui^iu'b^ni-p-lii^i «. looseness, flux, 
diarrhoea ; excrement. 

*pi«ju.<i.u/4i"'i' s. gr. ablative. 

^uijiun-m-P-Jiiii s. exception, abstrac- 
tion. 

puiifuiuiupui^ ad' negatively. 

pu/_ju>uiu(<ii7/ a. negative, [vow. 

fiiujuiuirir, iitj/i va. to deny, to disa- 

^iu^tiiunL.pi,Jb s. denial, disavowal. 

pmj.«^y^ s, camp, campaign, plain. 



pi«ji//«i, ufj a. «. distant, far off; 
camp ; suburb ; interval. [sible. 

piujiuinptrili a. explainable, expres- 

pu,jj.am[it-ir, k-tjl va. to explain, to 
set forth, to declare, to specify, to ex- 
press; to comment; to remove, to scat- 
ter. 

Biuju'in/'/'^ a. explicative. 

P««»ju».i.;»n4i-«r, irgli vu. to removo, to 
distinguish, to discern, to divide, to se- 
parate. 

^uijuMinpni-P-liLi, s. explanation, ex- 
position, enunciation, elucidation; com- 
mentary, gloss ; ,an.tu%J[i% - , specifica- 
tion; -ii^tuiiuin-puig , the act of decipher- 
ing. 

fiu,ja,pu/i, U.S. that opens ; key, pick- 
lock; dilator. 

^uiguipJiuili , Mug a. much extended, 
vast, ample, full; absolute, indepen- 
dent, despotic ; free ; distant, far. 

^ui^iupiuiliasuil^u ad. absolutely, in- 
dispensably; boldly, resolutely. 

^,i,juMpiu,lini-p-liii, s. distance, inter- 
val, great extent, breadth. 

B«<j£-i«; , (i - a. ad. remote, distant, 
far ; ^ - i^hu to absent one's self, to 
quit.- [candid. 

^uigh-pku a. barefaced, open ; frank, 

^ui^lrptruni^p-lii^ s. barefacedncss, 
evidence ; frankness, candour. 

f^iajt-pt-i. a. evident, clear, open ; ad. 
evidently, plainly, openly, clearly. 

B.«j4 , '(• - ad. very far ; from afar ; 
out ; S. Puy . 

^ui^i^^irjliti a. abject, despicable, 
low, vile. 

p«#o fi ^"'3 fe. P'^J • 

\*iuqiuihpl^ or \^"'3p"p''pli futuiiujir^ to 

unveil ; to lose all shame, to be shame- 
less. 

^ui,jni.uiir , ng s. opening ; hiatus. 

^•u^ni-'Jh s. act of opening, opening, 
discovery, expansion, extent. 

pu>jni-i/«i , f, - ad. far, very far ; - 

^ f£wy fei P"y • 

p-kts "• "who lives, sleeps in the open 
air; shelterless; ad. uncovered, in the 
open air, under the open sky ; - //'**-/_, 
to sleep, to lodge in the open air or 
under the stars ; to pass the night in 
the fields- 

pu.£- *. end, limit; sufficiency ;-^, v. 
imp. it suflSces, it is enough ; liJiuumni-, 



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p^ "iinpa. „i_ ^„y _ , bis wisdom is with- 
out measure. 

^ui^iuiiu,"!, a. sufficient, fit, capable, 
competent, qualified ; s. worthy, capa- 
city, ability; -* or U..#,„„^™a- _ , God, 
Omnipotent, Almighty ; - ^At^^, to suf- 
fice, to be capable; -^/Ai-^,„?/,i/A, to 
content one's self; - utniii^u to enable, 
to capacitate ; to content, to satisfy ; 
ad. sufficiently, enough; £»«. -{, , pas- 
sably, tolerably, so-so; - 4- • it is enough, 
it suffices ; ^4- - , it is not enough or 
sufficient. [potent. 

^•iit-iuliuM'iiiuqop a. powerful, omni- 
Y^uMt-iul^u^u/biuiTf ututut vn. S. P«"-«#„ 

f^iuM.a,fiu/i,n,.[3-l,ii, s. capacity, abili- 
ty, competence, aptness. ' 

P»#t.fr/r, /rjf[, vn. to suffice, to be ca- 
pable, to be able ; to furnish ; to suffer. 

f^uit-tjni-jui'iilrj; nt-ijl< va. to render 
sufficient, to give sufficiently ; to sa- 
tisfy, to content; to suffice. 

t^uiM^lmj cqli , ifui^ , fiiut-iiiiM^ s. maze, 
labyrinth. [labyrinth. 

fi,itM^wiaili,MrAi-i- a. in the shape of a 

Pp/i«-fc s. noise, confused sound. 

Pp"<-4. pplit"3 s. crest, comb, cox- 
comb. 

P^tj«j/i/ , P^frj^ , loj s. consul ; ma- 
yor; prince; .{.njuu/iimli -f, , proconsul. 

^q.lr^.ni-[3-lt€^i s. consulate. 

pi-^i-4 s. repair. [derbolt. 

f^tr^uiji , ^/rqfrli s. suu ; light ; thun- 

^/rJfuMp , ui) s. Belial ; devil, demon. 

pA-4 a. broken; deject. 

^bliu/hlr,r, plrli[, va. to break ; to 
break to pieces ; to crack, to split; to 
dishearten. 

pt^iui/,./", phliui, vp. to break; to 
lose courage, to be discouraged; to 
refiect. [gible. 

pt^/iAnri-m u. brittle, frail ; refran- 

pt-^uip s. tribute, impost: vicar. 

P^^pfr^ a. broken ; interrupted, dis- 
continued: full of caresses, effeminate, 
soft, affectedly delicate, affected; *. 
affected woman." 

pA-^p^i^j/T i-j^i f^t^pt-fi^ir, Irj/itij vna. 
to break, to break to pieces ; to re- 
flect ; to prim ; to stammer, to stutter ; 
mus. to quaver. 

pt^pi-^ni-.'ffi s. fracture ; refraction ; 
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100 



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inflection; quaver; affected ways, lol- 
ling, grimace. 

pilrlinp , ng s. fragment, piece, mor- 
sel ; —^ ouinuiba , ^ini-utirn^ I ruDDisn. 

^/^lin^-JL s. breaking; rupture, frac- 
ture; fraction; refraction; rebuff; - 
•7f.-y, discouragement, despondency. 

Pi-^mt J-, lrj[> va. to break to pieces, 
to break. 

Pfr4t^, nj s. byssus, muslin. 

pt^t^tuy, P't^t^-iP' a. of byssus. 

Pt,^«ut.n^, pt,^/«/«->»/. a. fruitful, 
fecund. 

filri^iin-nplrir, i-_jf va. to make fruit- 
ful, to fecundity, to produce. 

f^t,^uit-nitn,j3-^Jb s. fecundity. 

Ptir, pti/p , »7j , ,11^ 3. step ; sanctua- 
ry ; seat, bench, bar ; tribunal. 

fitJ'uI^a/i, a. s- that beholds the altar 
or sanctuary ; clerk, clergyman. 

^tiHuuiu^nM-P-pJii s. oration or dis- 
course delivered from the chancel, the 
pulpit or the tribunal. 

fikiilinp^s. a note in music. 

ptfx.'fc , n-pt , n-uA^ s. burden, load, 
weight ; cargo ; duty ; bale. 

pt/iiu/pu.^^ , ptniuiij^^ ». porter, 
bearer, labourer ; waggoner. 

^t-aSiiui^pnt-P [i^it s. carriage, convey- 
ance ; cargo. 

ptnimi-n^ a. burdened. 

ptnimt-n^tj/*, Irjp vtt. to load, to 
burden. [ed. 

ptn4u.t.n^f J", t-jiy vn. to be burden- 

p£p int. come now ! come on ! 

pt^ , "J . fj s. product, fruit : a not 
in music. 

i^tpu/i, , nj s. mouth ; entrance, open- 
ing; narrow entrance of a harbour ; o- 
rifice ; defile ; anus ; - f - , face to face; 
t-' t ~W • ^y heart, by rote ; /> - ifftmlrij 

ni-uiit%lru UJnini-lj nt^itr/j to lOam by 

heart; - upy , edge ; - it-t-mnj , mouth; 

tunli^u/litrij llninttnhf p — "CI) ' ^tu pJiiMiUlr f^ 

-ni\_ uni^ulrp^ , to kill with the sword, 
to put to the sword ; [• - umlniA , at the 
beginning of the famine ; puui -, each, 
so much a head, apiece ; luqMuipulikp 
uiiiyiiujjU - , every one or body cried 
out, all the people cried out ; - J-n,in_ 
•IsA' I orator of the assembly or coun- 
cil; iu. i^iihsl' .f*"t~' ^^ "^^^^ speak 
for you ; ^-^A^ /A^. [• -y m-pm-p , to 
write under dictation ; /> -u il!iilri_, 4««^_ 

M£tMtlip^ UIIIIIMltUt[l/, — p 'll"ip Ullil£u/hjllt tO 

£all upon one's face ; •ty'l' - •un.'iin,-i_, 



to bring bad news ; fcyi^w ^ - ma^nt-i, to 
sing, to warble; ^-g mL-pn^, on account 
of or in the name of some one ; ftJl -, 
pii-l. Jl-,f; JJin^k -y > with one voice, 
unanimous ; - /» ^;^/» > b 4kp"i/ -y > 
lying upon one's face ; c%^ - witk-ij to 
repeat incessantly; puAu ^-i^f^ij^o 
suggest, to hint ; -^ T^patfui^ S. Pu/j. 



Pfr„ 



"P"y 



a. that has the mouth 



open, open-mouthed ; delighted to ad- 
miration ;flrf. open-mouth, open-mouth- 
ed ; — Uhutgj l^uMi_jMjitiT^it-U , iMQnt-^y-uii_jy£ 

it^fi ^lyh-u to gape after, at, for, to 
desire ardently, to long for impatiently, 
to contemplate open-mouth. 

^irpuAuiibp a. ad. with the mouth full. 

?-k-pu,%uiinj}>- a. that says whatever 
comes uppermost; not fasting; glut- 
tonous. 

^irpu/iiiuini-h-ni-PIt'^ s. too great a 
freedom of speech ; gluttony ; state of 
a person who is not fasting. 

^trpuAuiliuifj. lid ; cork. 

^irpu,%u,^u,ui s. bit, bridle, gag; a. 
with the mouth shut, dumb, speech- 
less ; - ipik/j to become dumb. 

^irpu/bu/hiuir, uijiy.vn. to form itself 
a mouth, to open, to flow away, to 
stream. 

^hpufiiui^uii. a. that has a pain in 
the mouth ; * . sore mouth. 

^irpufiiMu^J, ad- with the moiuth. 

^Irpu/biuqnM^uihlrJ't "'-ijb ^^- ^^ makO 

a mouth, an aperture, to open. 

P-lrpq. , ^j s. fortress, castle. 

^t-p^aii[utij ii/y *. governor of a cas- 
tle, commander of a fortress, castel- 
lan ; -^ , garrison. 

guard of a fortress, garrison. 

f-i-pj.u,Jhipuini.piiiJi, s. war against 
a fortress. 

Pt^^i«J6-£^ *. the interior or centre 
of a fortress. 

^hpii.uipii.iri_ a. imprisoned in a for- 
tress, [garrison. 

^irp^iru/i, s. pi. fortresses, castles ; 

^t-pirir, ptpfi va. to carry, to bring, 
to bear ; to produce ; to conduct, to 
lead back, to drag along; to provoke; 
to refer ; to render ; to suffer, to sup- 
port ; - •^••ru/bni^p-lit^b , to imitate ; to 
resemble, to be like ; j^igkuiim - ^t-ig, 
it^u, to feign, to dissimulate, to pre- 



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tend ; - ^if. Jpy hphumi, , to give thir- 
ty for one ; - ^^o. , to give sentence ; 

- ^ip-nM-p-liiX , to be silent, to hold 
one's tongue ; n^ e-t-p^ aiuhi_ liiupi^ p.,u^ 
'ii[iu , the order of mine discourse does 
not permit me to say ; - «<«>£^^<./7^^1> 
{Aif. ni-Jtr^ , to hate, to dislike some 
one 5 'UtaluuaiiJi — f^i- nt-dh-o , to envv 
some one ; - u[,u„rmnL.p-l,^, /fh^ m-Jh^ , 
to be angry with some one ; to be of- 
fended ; t ii-npir - , to make use of; ^»/»_ 
^ni-pii. - [A^ ni-Jhp , to consult, to take 
counsel with some on^jn^^-, to streng- 
then one's self, to become strong ; «^ 

- ijjiiuaji ni-pn^ , to euvy tho glory of 
some one ; f ^•aiTuip , f, 4<»^il - , to 
count, to enumerate ; «.i»^ - , to cause 
to be conveyed, to despatch; [• ,^u,u, 
/» jf-zj" ' *^ remember ; ouiiaputam^n^^ 
(iSh p.lrpk-u [i [ut-ipu Jtp, you tell us 
strange things. 

^irp^j; php.y vp. to go ; to carry or 
to bear one's self; to be inclined, to 
lean; to behave one's self, to act; 
Hp^'i- "t"'-'" juMpiJufbt; pjrp^fi , what ad- 
vantage will result from it ? - ^ 'l^p'y 
2png , to walk on the waters; ^A^ f^pkbp 
-.to travel, to voyage; to be busy 
with mundane things; nmn. hp^p„.i. - , to 
travel round the world ; to shed on the 
earth ; uApimpp /Aq. Jhipi - , to be given 
up to sin ; •^/"/» uiuif-p — or pJrplrmi^ ijt^ 
%t-i_, to go here and there ; to be taken 
hither and thither; ^?«-/»£^- jo/r/Ao^ Uu. 
mniJty , to observe the laws of God ; 

- p i^npb-uiJini-ith , ft i^jJ^P t tO fall iuto 

ruin, to fall down ; /» 'uuil.nu'bi or iu#^ 
fuu/hiuM.-, to envy, to covet ; fi p.u,pii„i.^ 
Pji or p.uMplin^3p - , to get angry ; ^i^ 
^fipufb -, to sweat, to perspire; L. uyijip 

ffWrt. unuo^ plrpph . A_ np ijllf'P p.l^p^^ ut^ 

uu.^buiijb , and so on for the rest, as 
follows. 

^trplipuiji , ^hplipuilhp , [ii-p^pta^^ , 

^hpiipuiliui'u a. joyful, delicious, de- 
lightful, pleasant, diverting, delecta- 
ble; content, cheerful. 

^irpl,piuJi,tn a. joyful, cheerful. 

^b-pltpu/iin^ s. belveder, stage. 

^irplipuAi^ s. pi. joy, mirth, pleasure, 
content, delight; phplipuiiio^ ad. deli- 
ciously. [cheerful. 

^k-plipmiMiuimuip o. joyful, joyous, 

i^tp/ipuipuip a. gay, joyful, that gives 
joy, delightful, pleasant. 

^k-pl^ph-iT, hijfi , plrp^pt-jal-jui^itir , 



I Pfa-O. 

n.-j,[, va. to rejoice, to give joy, to re- 
create, to divert, to delight, to enli- 
ven, to please. 

f^^p'ip["/'< t^3"!j vn. to rejoice, to be 
delighted, pleased. 

^irplipnt-P-lfijii s. joy, mirth, content- 
ment , pleasure, delight, gaiety, agree- 
ableness, satisfaction, complaisance, 
mildness. 

^hpnua, s . portage, carriage ; exi- 
gence ; tendency; prone ness, propen- 
sion , inclination ; fertility. 

f^hppP a. fruitful, fertile. 

p/. .-t^l!. ..nj *. turpentine. 

Pt«-i-4*/. s. turpentine-tree; juniper- 
tree ; piT,.hl^,y [uJtJ- or lin-k-L; colopho- 
ny, rosin. 

pA-.-t«., j,, tug «. nail: pole; q-uip^ 
pitng plrt-hn-uig , nail-trado ; ptn-h-n-o^ 
i,ut„u,ui,nyu to nail ; i,m'uh-i_ ii_pli---lTnii , 
to unnail; plrL.lrn.nil_ q- p-uiilihij one 
ill chases another; (diamond cut dia- 
mond). 

^ir,.yn.u„,.npir s. nailer, nail-maker ; 
-n,-[3-^ii,, nailery. 

^ir,.irn.,ui[u.ui , ^t^.-irn.mu/[!bii. u. nail- 
ed, fastened with nails. 

Pt^t/i.«.Jt£. a. cuneiform. 

Pfr^t/LtiT, tjf va. to nail, to nail up, 
to fasten with nails. 

PA^ ■ P^p ''• rich, potent; int. ol oh! 

P^u.^ s. goat castrated. 

P^^u..r, u,jf, , {iq^iT, trgl; vn. to buzz, 
to hum, to murmur. 

p^£.»i..% , P^i»/V *• Ijuzz, hum. 

p^^^, t^nf , Pt^f 1SI *• scarab, bee- 
tle ; stag-beetle ; cockchafer. 

P^,>n<.^ s. hot. myosotis, mouse-ear, 
forget-me-not. [devil. 

^kir-iq.irpn,.,l^ s . Beelzebub ; satan, 

^^J- . ^i^J- s. cover ; curtain. 

P4-4 s. prince, bey. 

Hii -Qi^j, eJ-ikb "Uv «• beaver, 
civet, civet-oat. 

P4;2., P4-a- *. back, shoulder ; handle 
of a weaver's comb. [fuse. 

fi[3^n„^u. a. stupid, dull, heavy, ob- 

fiPuAi^L.-r. a. obtuse-angled, obtus- 
angular. 

*P/?«,%jm% s. gr. grave accent. 

^Pu,gncgui%yir, nL.gi,, f^pirir, %f, 
^pirgnL.gu.'i.L-.r va. to blunt, to make 
less sharp or piercing, to take oif the 
point, to rust; to stupify , to make 
stupid or heavy. 



^P-t'l", li^My vn. to make one's self 
dull, less keen ; to be dull, stupid, to 
grow rusty. 
..i^J-iupi-p , pcAu.4% a. blear, bleared ; 

^J-J-u„l.npit a. talismanic, that 
makes talismans or amulets. 

PcAj-iuip. s. pi . talisman , amulet, 
phylactery. 

^'f'l'zh > pJ-ihl' , p<f-ii'"j s. physician, 
doctor. 

i^J-^ui/juA a. medical. 

f^J-^u^^ui'i.nup^i s. physic, medicine. 

vJ-^iMxi,i{tu, s. first physician. 

f^J-^u,puM, s. place of cure ; doctor's 
shop; medical book. 

Pc/^A-^, s. curable. 

PJ^/r,r, tjf va. to cure, to physic, 
to remedy, to dress. 

f^J-^„i-P-[,Li, s. cure, attendance, 
recovery, dressing; medicament, me- 
decine, remedy. 

pJ-ni„ a. bleared. [eyes. 

^J-nu-l-j; irguij vu. to havB bleared 

\'J-nmnt-P^l,L% s. Mearodness. 

P/'P ' pfI' I pp«y *. pupil, apple of 
the eye. 

f^^pt^iT, Irjl, vn. to pip, to chirp. 

P^P^« s. papyrus ; bark, peel, skin ; 
parchment, book. 

P/<cA, pJ-n/ s. blearedness. 

^■[■i_s. azure, bright blue. 

P/<*- , ph^[,j , p5-„j s. spot, stain ; sun- 
burning; blot, blemish; soil; small 
pustule; a. spotty, nasty; - ^^j, 
web;- f '/i"^aif , mole, mark, spot; 
-^ uil-uiiTu/bq^f, , flaws, specks in a dia- 
mond ; - ^y^, -u 4,„^4„„,t^, ^,i.^, „^ 

to blame, to find fault with, to accuse, 
to criticise, to censure, to calumniate. 

P/"" s. spur of a cock, etc. 

P/t • ppl' • FP"-^ s. large stick, club, 
cudgel. 

P^^". a. big, coarse, aukward, rude, 
clownish, rough, rustic, wild, base, un- 
genteel, clumsy, heavy, impolite, dull, 
ignorant, brutal. 

P^'-r ■ "s I "«-j s. myriad ; ten thou- 
sand; a. much, many, several;-,-,,, 
-fyu ad. ten thousand times, several 
times, often. 

Pfi.^u,p/.-,£nt.i a. very fruitful, very 
abundant. [lours. 

^l»-pujq.yb a. ad. of a thousand cot 

P/,^^,u,^^, ^[••.puilitrpui, ^[..-puiUlU,, 



02 pqji 

«"/,4 a. ad. of several shapes or kinds, 
several, many, multitudinous. 

^ln-ftiulfiilrty a. having many precious 
stones. [thousand soldiers. 

^lit-piMiuilrin s. commander of ten 

fi[,i-p,au„i[, «• tt^t ^^^ *en thousand 
horses ; that has many wounds. 

^I,^pu.uu,lri^ a. having many bran- 
ches or boughs. 

^ln-piui-np a. ten thousand or ten mil- 
lenaries; thousand, many^ immense, 
numberless. 

p/,L^4-,^, ujj s. beryl ; crystal. 

^[.L-pir.lu/i.iruj'i, a. crystalline. 

%hir, ni.j[, vna. to crystallize. 

^pi-pt^ilu,jnM-3i, s. crystallization. 

{iip-ui^, t< ""3 *• ^ohe of the ear; - 
upiny, auricles of the heart; - i^piit 
lobe of the lungs. 

^•ibP^i FiP-"'3 s.loaf; cake, bun. 

^ituilp, s. a. cover, lid; that has a 
cataract in the eye, blind. 

^i^liiiliir, y^uij vn. to have a cataract 
in the eye. 

fiii^p.nM.p-[,i.% s. state of a person 
who has a cataract or web in the eye, 
obscurity of vision. 

Y^i^LBunt-quMbh-iI'^ nt-q^ t y^fit-qnt-qu/lilrj' 

va. to obscure the sight, to blind ; to 
blunt, to rust. 

P^t.^ , pii-nj s. hill, hillock. 

P^-u,^, u,_3 s. hillock, knoll. 

^[puijfi, gi-ya.s. inhabitant of a hill. 

^irmfuMiinA, ^triui-np a, spotted, stain- 
ed, faulty. 

^ttuit-nplrJ', irjp va, to spot, to soil. 

Ps^fr,rS. P/'*- Y^,tJ-. 

ps-^s^ s. louse ; ^ui,itri_ ^-„ , to louse, 
to free from lice. 

^tfli,u% a. spotted, soiled, vicious, 
dishonest, ugly- 

p6^;Ju,%ni./3/,Ll, J. spot, soil, fault, 
ugliness, deformity. 

va. to produce, to cause ; to spread ; 
to pour. 

^,it,l„r, ir^iu) vn. to flow, to drop, to 
gush, to stream, to spout out ; to de- 
rive, to emanate, to come, to proceed, 
to arise, to spring from. 

{^ii/un^-Sh s. source, gush, eruption; 
emission, spiration, proceeding, ema- 
nation. 

p,^»,-4, p,^n,.,^«. pot, earthen vessel. 



BID. I 

P«^«»^„4i «y a. luxurious, lasci- 
vious, lewd, lecherous. 

fiigiMj/un^ni-P-l,^'!, s. luxurj, licBn- 
tiousness, incontinence, lasciviousness. 

p2<7i2r, pXTiiuji s. cell of a honey- 
comb. 

fi'bt^p.uA s. theme, text. 

Pii«pu»t//.«-/3^/»«-% s. physics. 

^'hiMip.utp ad. naturally. 

f^ii.uiAm/i a. native, natural ; - 5f.i«_ 
«-<"n-, native country. 

P'fcrap'3" a. natural, innate. 

pHiui^uii-uin. s. native country. 

P%.«/5.4-m *. natural philosopher. 

pi«.iy.f™"»4"'^' s- physical. 

fK%,„^[„nni.p-liL3, s. physics. 

P>ju.^/>/» s. original, text. 

P-%ui^[ip s. camp, encampment. 

P?.«»^/A3<"4«A a. metaphysical. 

Pi/u^«Ayn«-/3^/"-*» s. metaphysics. 

P'^ia^iAyopk''' ad. metaphysically. 

piiui^^[i% s. physiognomist; natural 
philosopher. [sical. 

^'iiuMifipiiuMliui'i, a. physiognomic ; phy- 

^'buiiftfiinj, s. physiognomy; physics. 

^"tiuMinjir s. chymist. 

^,u[niJru,liu!h a. chymical. 

^"huiin^ii^mpu/ii s. laboratory. 

PtruY£'.-6-ot./?/.i-'fc s. chymistry. 

P-%1.,/,,0,, s. physiologist; moralist; 
apologist; veridical, truth-telling. 

^"jiuifiiouuiliii/ii a. physiological. 

^'iiuifiioalrtr, A-j/f vn. to philosophize ; 
' to discourse of natural things. 

^'btujueiint-PJis. physiology; physics. 

P%/ii5-/A a. innate, natural. 

^"biuli , uij a.s. inhabitant, native, in- 
digenous ; inherent ; habitation, dwell- 
ing ; sepulchre, tomb. 

P^/.»^«/4/fy a. that dwells together ; 
cohabitant. 

^'iiu,liu,li^ni-P-lii3ii s. cohabitation. 

^iiuMliu/ii a. natural ; - . - I'Jaiuuiui^ 
iikp , -;ip • philosopher ; physician ; -% , 
physics ; -.p uipm-uig , genitals ; -^, - 
ly/u, opk"!'.^ .'light of nature, natural law. 

^MUjIiMu'butp.iup ad. naturally. 

^"biuliiJtiiuuika ad. naturally. 

fi'bia^u/iin't-p-liL.'i, s. nature, natural- 
ness ; simplicity. 

P%.»(i»^u/% j. habitation, house, home, 
lodging, dwelling, chamber. 

p%u#4u#£.4r™ a. adapted for lodging; 
full of habitations. 



03 p%n 

Pt/ra^wi-n^ a. settledVesident'; natu- 
ral. 

inhabit, to dwell, to lodge, to reside, 
to make abode, to sojourn, to settle, to 
occupy ; - /i J[,ujul^i , to cohabit. 

Piu/^tm.^ s. dwelling, lodging, resi- 
dence, abode, station. 

^"iMUMlilT^ni-^a/blTir, nt-jf Va. tO lodgB. 

P%«/4/f^ a.s. inhabiting, dwelling ; in- 
habitant. 

^umJiI,^ a. of the same nature or es- 
sence, consubstantial ; that dwells to- 
gether, cohabitant. 

^'builinjup-fiii, s. habitation, inhabita- 
tion, inhabitance, dwelling, residence ; 
station, lodging, home, establishment, 
house ; habit, custom. 

^%u,lin^Mali li>yiu'iip. sepulchres. 

PiBf;jrj/.../?/r«jfc s. consubstantiality ; 
cohabitation. 

^"iiiaAnp s. extensive valley. 

f'liuiiniimhui'i, s. original. 

P'fc«.2/""'p4 *• country, reign. 

pi>i«^</u/^4/i( a. of the same country, 
native ; s. countryman, compatriot. 

f.%,uuiuiu„rn,.l3^l,cii s. natural history. 

piu/^/A^ ,/#»i4A-«r va. to exterminate, 
to destroy entirely, to extirpate ; - ^._ 
*»*y_f to be exterminated or extirpated. 

p%u>i»/t^ s. true owner, master, 
prince. 

piui.. , [nj a. all, total, entire ; - n^, 
"i_-> - t"k "i_' not, none, never, no- 
thing;-, - tuli ad. totally, entirely, 
absolutely ; £% - , everywhere ; 
throughly. 

ptititii-fii/fE. f f^t/tut-ftir o. p%i//*_ act. 

Pt/u.t.<7^ a. natural, innate ; - joJ-iu^ 
pnt-Pl^i, temper, inclination. 

nt-^li va. to habituate, to accustom. 

P^/.ui-n^/r./", ty^ vu. to custom or 
habituate one's self. 

p%<ui.o^/i£_/?/.Li# s. habit, custom ; 
character, temper, disposition, nature, 
humour, inclination, genius. 

p^/^i-n.'fc , if.ii.^'fig s. cantharides. 

PV' > P^'f 4 «• natural, innate, origi- 
nal, proper, radical, native, natural, 
indigenous ; - ^aiiiuip,uili^nM^p-liiii , state 
of a native •■, -^< s. aborigines. 

Pi^oi, /»3 «. mite, farthing, obole- 

^'hn,-[3-ir%u,lifi^ a. of the same nature, 
consubstantial. 



pni, 104 

ptmi./3fiA *• nature; eesenoe, sub- 
stance ; being, entity ; the elements ; 
disposition, constitution, temper; hu- 
mour, inclination, genius; birth, natu- 
ralism; person, hypostasis; quality, 
manner ; sex ; <//».ni_fr^ k !•- "i_ — b'''i_< it 
is a shadow and not a substance ; s//' 
- i-iu^u'iiu.j L- p-iL^b,,^ , all kinds of flesh 

and fowl ; i,uimnt-jjiJliyi_ ijifiupli pfen^.^ 

/.^fru,?., to pay the tribute of nature; 

n.nnnn.Jnt uaniupuMCrnn —a t all HatUre IS IH 

commotion or confounded; t* ungui 
fAni-P-tuiiip '^'tpiTu.iii'jb , these are by 
origin Germans ; Jp p-k jtf-pJ^ pfc"'-. 
p-h'i.k l^f. tie-'-'ih, , did he say it out of 
his own head ? [Am^p-lrun/p^ ad. natu- 
rally ; really, truly; physically ; per- 
sonally, hypostaticaily. 

B'iiniL.oo,, p - ad. naturally, origi- 
nally, radically. [Foar. 

Pi,^t»r, tg^ vn. to bellow, to low, to 

P>/£nt-2fi s, bellow, roar ; sound. 

P"P *. basket ; sack. 

pnpnf^'fc s. buffalo. 

pn^ , nj s. boi. gentian. 

pn^, /.J , uij sf. whore, prostitute, 
strumpet, street-walker. 

a. whoremonger, whoremaster, that 
keeps a strumpet, that frequents bro- 
thels, lewd, lecherous, lecher. 

p/7^u,%««.r, "'j-y vn. to prostitute 
one's self, to whore. [dy house. 

^nqu/iiiig , pojuimntii. brothel, baw- 

pn^uLu,^ s. pimp, go-between. 

^n^pjf.^ s. illegitimate child, bas- 
tard, whoreson. 

P«^x-/3^//ti s. whoredom, prosti- 
tution, whoring. 

\^nJ-nJ- , mj s. boll. Small bell, hand- 
bell, rattle ; coral. 

p/yn^ , I'jf a.s. all, total, 'entire ; gar- 
land, crown, circle ; bud, button ; en- 
virons; - if-fip, primer. [cular. 

^ninpu,h-[,p a. circular, round, orbi- 

^n/npuili a.S' round, circular ; circle, 
circuit, orb. [make round. 

P/yn^ju^fr./", tj// va. to round, to 

^ninpuMii„,.[3^l,^ s. roundness, rotun- 
dity, circle, orb. 

^ninpuiJilri- tt. rouud, circular, orbi- 
cular ; ad. roundly, circularly. 

^ninpu/iiituui a. circularly situate. 

^ninp.u'iini.k^ tt. all offerod, very 
devoted. 



pna 

^ninpui^'ii a. rotund. [caust, 

^ninpuiuimni^ tt. all offered ; *. holo- 
^n/npL-ir, strgff nffl. torouud ;to crown, 

to finish ; to environ, to surround, to 

begird ; to bring together. 

jnt.lk s.pl. all, every body, every one, 
all things. [rotund. 

^"irrd" "• round, circular, orbicular ; 

^ninpntll-iip. , ^ninpn^jfii ad. all, entire- 
ly, totally, quite, utterly ; a. all. 

^ninpni-p-fi^i, s. wholc, total ; round- 
ness, rotundity. 

^nf^pn^ab s. rotundity; roundness, 
circle ; completion, accomplishment, 
end. 

p/»4 a. ad. barefooted. 

^n^uifiiuij a. that walks barefooted. 

^nliu/iiuiir, uiij'y vn. to pull off one's 
shoes or stockings. 

^nliui^ni-ga/l-yj; n,-glt Va. to pull off 

stockings or shoes. [nel. 

P/i^A-^ S' ring biscuit, simnel, crack- 

p/>^no.% a. barefoot, -ed. [person. 

Pn^/j._/3^fiA s. state of a barefooted 

Pn4 s. slaver: dark. 

^n^pn^kj-, tj^ vn- to foam, to 
slaver ; to grunt. 

po4f/iiA^ s.pl. threat. 

pny^p/j^, ^j,uy, 03 s. shoot, sprout, 
scion ; bud, germ. 

Po^^njra^™^^ a. having many shoots. 

P/7/^po£i-./', tj^ vn. to bud, to bud 
again, to pullulate, to shoot, to ger- 
minate, to sprout. 

P»i,^pn^/ii-ifi# s. germination. 

P<7^i^, /rj s. horse-radish; ^aipi^p -, 
radish. [little horn. 

Pny^ni.^ s. HBw hom of anlmals, 

pijijirp , n/ , uMg s. appeal ; complaint, 
recourse; claim, lodging an appeal; - 

^nqripuiliui'ii s.a. protestant. 

^niia_pii,lii„%nt-i3-^L% s. protcstantism. 

f^a.inpirir, irj[> vu. to appeal, to com- 
plain, to claim ; to lodge an appeal ; 
to complain. 

^nirp.l„_^,u s. silk-worm. 

pn.yp^ii s. sound, resound, detona- 
tion, crash, great noise, explosion; 



echo; 



upXuiiiyij *o resound, to 



clap; to crack. 

ppi , [3-,a'iij s. thumb : a tuning pin. 



pnp 

^•yf- 1, cure ; remedy. 

Pwi.' e-"'-ip3 *• company, body, as- 
sembly ; -^ , ast pleiades. 

Bij/*- s. nourishment; expedient. 

pn/i, , p.„t^ing s. nest ; niche ; dwelling, 
lodging ; - ^jit^, /iu,n.„..^^^,t/j to nestle, 
to make one's nest; 4u.iA-^ /. pniAj, , 
to take out of the nest. 

P»yu , pnt-anr/ s. herb, plant, simple ; 
Tegetative body ; - (LMupmug , -^ piim-^ 



P'lru/b t p.iunp p-nt-lltiii i 



nature, temper, 
upiiulihi_, to bud, 



natural character ; 

to pullulate. 

P"7PP • e-"'-vl'3 *• P'' scent, smell ; 
aroma. 

Y^ntinn , ^nlinunu S* "wild OX. 

p/>%£i</n s. hot. yellow southernwood. 
*pnj/zy , \,g s. gipsy man or woman. 
P"i2/ • P^ia; *• nag. 
Pnn. , nj s- homot, droue. 
P"i»n/. a. blood- colour. 
^nunpuiir a. Toddened. 

X^nunpuylih , ^nunputinfiui a* roddlsh, 

red, dyed red; colour of blood. 

Pn^, pnil^ , i/^i_j s. furnace, forge, 
ooppel ; mine ; chimney, stoTe : grief, 
affliction : heat, ardour. 

^n^'i„i.iu/i a. all, total, entire, per- 
fect, complete ; -1> , the whole, the total, 
together. 

y*niliuun.ix/i^ t \^niluMltn.utl^uMfM£^u ddw all, 

entirely, totally, completely. 
, ^niluifiii-ui^lrir, tr^fi va. to assBmble, 
to gather ; to complete, to accomplete, 
to accomplish, to finish ; to contain, to 
inclose, to comprehend ; fi iiuiiruia-aufu 
-I to abridge. 

^n^loAif-ai^nM-P-Jiiii s. total, totality, 
sum, amount ; summary, abridgement, 
contents ; completion. 

Poi/Ar./", trj[, vn- to be able; to suffer; 
to wait, to expect. 

pn^/rTCm/ip s. aromaties, spice ; in- 
cense ; perfume. 

^nq^phj-, ir^f, vn. to torrefy, to toast, 
to brown, to parch. 

P"^ S. pnli.. 

pnoinur, ^j s. mow-worm[; moth, 
wood-fretter. 

^nmninuililrp a. mothy, worm-eaton ; 
- ilfiiyu to get moth-eaten. 

Pn/». nj s. leprosy, itch, scurf; - 
.f-pmumnL-g , farcy. [vein of nitre. 

^npiMi/i , p s. nitre, borax ; 4™*^ -/. , 

P"/'F'_ A' 2/ *• brightness; heat; 
dark, mist ; a. abundant. 



103 pna 

finppnu ,p,r>/t. mould, mouldiness, 
mustiness ; niiilri_ ^nm -^ , to smell 
musty. 

X^np^nuut^iuiTt Y^np^nuiyjili a, mOUldy. 

^nppnu[iir, t-i/iuj vn. to mouldy, to 
grow mouldy, to become musty. 

t^nppnpliui , pirppnpliuinri a. that loVeS 

mire or mud ; lascivious, lewd. 

^nppnp s- heat, violent heat, inflam- 
mation, fire ; effervescence ; fervour, 
rapture. [ed, with great heat. 

P"fp»!pi P»/»p'!f"^«"<i5/ a. hot, inflam- 

f^nppnuh-tT, /rap » f^nppjrufrqni-qti/jtfi-i/'f 

nt-j/r va. to inflame, to kindle, to set 
on fire, to burn ; to warm, to heat ; to 
rekindle, to revive. 

f^npp„_p[nr, h^ui/ vn. to be inflamed, 
kindled, to flame, to crackle ; to be in 
a passion ; to be mad. 

P/7pp/;p/i^ a. inflammatory. 

f^nppnunM^Jht O. \*"Pp'l£ • 

\*nplrtu% , IrLhq t X^nplrhp , f*mp^ , pff„ 

pfii , /rj s. hyena. 

^npl[i,ii[„r s. thistle. 
f^npnm , [,j , uij a. Icprous ; scabby, 
itchy, scurvy. 

X^npnuih-ifj '^31' f \*npninlrqnt-qMMt!/triPf 

nL.j[i va. to render leprous or scurvy. 

X^npnutluftUMtTt utquij t f^npnmpift Irqiin 

vn. to be or become leprous or scurvy. 

^npnmni-P-liiii s. leprosy. 

p/7j , nj s. flame-; fury ; - •itpiuililri_, 
to flame. 

p/iyiu^n/% a. flame-colour. 

^njuiluuinSi a. mixed with flame, ar- 
dent, inflamed. [brightness. 

pnju>^iu^ni.d& s. brilliancy, lustre, 

^njia6^un-iui_ a. that flames, flaming, 
blazing. 

{inj/uii^i^^a. inflamed ; kindled, burnt 

f^njui^pqtrir, tj/. va. to flame, to pass 
above the flame; to burn, to kindle. 

^njiMiiiliqntji {iii s. buming, inflam- 
mation, deflagration. 

pnju<;(^6- a. that burns, consumes 
like flame. [eyes. 

^ngu,lii,uiif.nji, a. that has sparkling 

Y»nquiTCuMT!CiiMby^ X^nqutbpy a. flaming, 
blazing, bright, brilliant, sparkling. 

^ngu,'b\,i.i3- a. made or composed of 
flame or fire, luminous ; s. angel. 



\^nqu 
P#»ot 

flames. 






pnqui*ni^< 



.p-[,i5, s. act of sending out 
a, that sends out flames. 



like a flame, flaming, blazing, spark- 
ling, bright, brilliant. [leaves. 
Poj»oB.fr^t<- a. furnished with red 

fi.„jh,iki a. of flame, luminous ; s. 
angel. 

p<n. , /Tj S. owl. 

P/7<.t2r«. horned-owl. 

poi_/3^ , p/?/» a. blunt, dull, whose 
edge is worn ; stupid, heavy ; - u/ii^ 
^pM.% , obtuse angle ; - , -^s^f" • "mc"'h • 
gr. grave accent. 

Pn«-/?.o4 • "y *• thumb ; prop, sup- 
port; pin, peg ; coppel, crucible ; cork; 
ring put on the thumb. 

^ni-P-u/blilt^ s. obtuse angle. 

curative ; medicinal. 

^HL.J-lrj', lrg[i va. to cure, to heal, to 
to quench 



- iia-uBpuMi-t 



physic ; to deliver; 
or slake thirst. 

^nu.J-nL^ s. cure, recovery of health; 
treatment, dressing of some disease or 
wound; medicament, remedy- 

pnt/iaiu/j «. little horned-owl. 

Pn«-/.2a-i/.4 S' aromatics, perfume, 
fragrance ; drugs, groceries. 

f^ni-lu^pH s. chimney. 

f-ni-ir , pb u#j s. sucking lamb. 

pni-^w^uit/ s. nourishing; thera- 
peutic. 

Pn«-6-uAi-#/*, pni-}r[, va. to nourish, to 
feed ; to treat, to dress ; to fatten- 

^ni-iriit[,uA s. park; food. 

^ni^itpt, irhnf s. wick, match. 

Pn«.s-n^«a 0-. nourishment, mainte- 
nance. 

P/i^f^ s. bud, germ, offset. 

p/i^2C#..-a* s. husk of chestnuts. 

^hlSi, ^tfy , nj s, nature, native, o- 
rigin, spring, root; stock, stalk, trunk, 
set, stake, stem : baggage : camp, 
army ; ancestor ; chief: a. own, natu- 
ral, real, original, radical, true, prin- 
cipal; - lu^iiMt/inu^p , socket; - utm/ii, 
shaft of a column; /. -, j-, i^'i'^i^h -, 
Jlfb^L. ^- , /> pi/. , to the end, entirely ; 
^[i^pi, /r - , all the night ; - . ^ p*'4 ad. 
naturally, by origin •,-(i'iitr[iu J'mu!i,lri_, 
to enter precisely, exactly ; ^ - /.u^ 
ni-uu/iihij to learn thoroughly ; 1^n«^ "p 
- uiiMUMf,^ 4^ , you who are by nature 
vile ; [• ,f_u.,fu,^ l - ?#nj«£. ,in their own 
capital ; /. - /-u^ jiri,iiffi,u , in the heaven 



106 pnh 

itself; t pi-IA t-'i l- qj^-kb • '^ ^^^ ^^^^ 
day of Easter ; - p.uipyk^'i-tr'"''' > quin- 
quagesima Sunday ; - puiplr^uiir, inti- 
mate friend. 

Pn JVtiT, %^ , ^n^^.r, h^mj VU. tO 

nestle, to make one's nest; to place 
one's self. 

p»^/^4 s. small nest. 

P»iiS- s. clod, glebe. 

*^nii,liu.^s. nest-egg. 

^nH.lik'i' a. cells, pigeon-holes. 

Po«_^» , fL2i"y • "'t *• ctyst ; bladder ; 
bubo ; carbuncle. 

p«..«. , p.n-nj s. lime ; plaster ; varnish, 

Pni.,i4 , pn-uAij s. fist ; hand ; violence, 
force, tyranny; a. tyrant, usurper; im- 
petuous, furious, fiery, spirited, ener- 
getic, unruly, vehement, vigorous, an- 
gry, enraged, tyrannical, predominant, 
powerful; ad. violently, ardently; 
with violence.; - li^ , a handful; - 

,„nXlri_, ip-h/j /. •l^pui) .^Irlj tO forCe, 

to offer violence ; - i,uipliu/iitru to un- 
dertake ; [, - uipliuflihij uinini-ij qjnuni/p 
uih-lr/, iuplliMiblri_, fij'1- p-n-UMlTp ni^Mlrf_^ tO 

take, to grasp, to arrest; to rule, to 
conquer, to subjugate ; - ifiMipliuAlr^ 
tfoilruig , to take by the nack ; [• pn.^% 
ni^/rij wpitri^ qrtb or irnf-liitu , to rlsk, to 
hazard, to expose one's self to peril; 
/. - if-wij i»i4«At/j to be taken, seized, 
arrested ; - 7-4-<" or 7-t"z n^,lri_, to aim 
at, 

f^nciiuipt-ir a. vegetative. 

^ni-uiupi^pnt-P-l-^ $• vegetation. 

P/K-uo/^A-uui a. adorned with herbs 
or vegetables- 

f^ni-uuiii, uig s. small plant; herb, 
plant, vegetable. 

P/7i-«/u»4uA a. vegetable, vegetative ; 
-^, plants, vegetables. 

P/.i-uuA^<r, pni-uty vn. to spring, to 
grow, to puUutate, to bud, to shoot, 
to take root, to appear, to vegetate, 
to sprout out ; to grow again. 

^ni-uni-gu/iiirir, nM-j[, vu. to producc, 
to put forth, to shoot, to sprout, 

Pni-uOT s. coral. 

Pni.i» , pinn/ s. nourishmeut, food. 

P^nupui^t-uipP- a. fragrant, odorife- 
rous. 

^ni-pui%ng s. censer. 

^nt-puiuuiu/b s. garden ; orchard, 

Pn;.;»^/ , pp^iuij s. pyramid ; tower, 

^"•-pt • ppt"j s. wool. 



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^nL.[,t,r, fcjf vna. to smell, to exiale, 
to Issue ; - ^nm ufbnf2_, to embalm, 
to perfume ; - J-u,i,u,e,„m , to stink, to 
haye a bad smell. 

Vnt-pni-iun. , uijj s. censor. 

^m-pniSb s. smell, odour ; flavour ; 
fumigation; - uiimt-^lg, perfume, plea- 
sant scent. 

\*ni-ni\uin^ S. pnt-/**»t-«ffnL» [tioU. 

pnsp , p^nj s. sno"w-storm ; tribula- 

^3lS. pa7,3<-. 

P^«Ap s. buzzing, hum. 

P«..«S-i-^» a. plastered. 

Pn-fe-i/", frj/» va. to plaster ; to wliite- 
■wash ; to roughcast. 

f^aijmpmp ad. violently, forcibly, ty- 
rannically, [force. 

^n^iapuiptrir, tr^li vo. to violato, to 

r*nj£ttMp.mnnt-la-£icJt {5. \^ii^tuinutinnL.[3-[i, 

^•Atuf-njU a. stronger, very violent, 
very impetuous. 

Hniiu^«/«.fl. violent, coercive, trou- 
bled, constrained, forced. 

^nii,u^u,,nuii,^ s. pi. violence, force, 
constraint. 

^niiiaif-uimlrir, lrj[, Vtt. tO violatG, tO 

force, to oblige, to necessitate, to 
compel, to convince, to subject, to 
constrain, to exact, to persecute. 

^aiiiui^uiinni-P-piii s. violence, force, 
constraint, assault, persecution, extor- 
tion ; violation, rape. 

P'n.im^poulifi a. forced, constrained, 
affected. [p[,tA. 

^•Aiu/hp ad, with unsparing hand, 
by handfuls, liberally. 

^aiiuM^iuu .iyr a. s. tyrant, despot, 
usurper. 

^niiinliuiifrj; Irgf, vu. to tyraunizo. 

P»j!r««^««»/^«-/?^'J> s. tyranny ; despo- 
tism. 

Pn.t'ui^u.tr a. violent, tyrannical. 

pre*™^"-/"- *• wrestler ; wrestling. 

fiitiiui^utp/i-iT, lrj[, va. to force, to op- 
press, to molest; to fist. 

ii„^iui^uipni.p-l,ii, s. vexation, op- 
pression. 

pn.%rui</;i>4 a. died by a violent death, 
killed, murdered; s. self-murderer. 

^n^uiil7u[,u,l,li s. wrestler, pugilist. 



boxer, athlete, martial, warlike; inex- 
pugnable. 

^nfiiiiiilhipuini-P-liiii s. pugilism, wrest- 
ling, boxing, fisticuffs. 

^it^u/b,Mij; ui^iiif vn. to encroach, to 
invade, to subject, to tyrannize, to 
rule, to reign. 

Pniia^iX^a. violent (wind). 

p/i><«i<Y"'«'^ s. blow with the fist, 

nSticUIIS ; pn^tuiuimuil^oo Jitrn-iulinirh-ij to 

beat with the fist, to thrash, to thump. 

^n^i,u,„lr,i_s. handle. 

P/i5#.ui.#»/r a. violent, impetuous ; *. 
tyrant, usurper. 

^,Au,L.npiufiuiif ad. tyrannically. 

^n^„u,-npu,lii,fii a. tyrannical, violent. 

^ni,.ui-nplTir, tj/i vna. to force ; to 
tyrannize, to encroach. 

^niiiMii-npni.P'liiii s. tyranny. 

^n^,iu^n,p s. stone thrown with the 
hand. 

P/».*.t./"S. ^JplLl'Ird: 

p/iA/i ad. violently, forcibly, in spite 
of, by all means, involuntarily; a. for- 
ced, violent, involuntary, constrained; 
bound. 

^n%f„k(3\^ f. cuff, boxing-match. 

p/ii//i_/?/.i-i s. violence, force, con- 
cussion, constraint; usurpation, tyran- 
ny ; push, assault, vehemence, vivaci- 
ty, transport ; fury, phrensy, impetuo- 
sity. 

Pn-*j^ ad. with fist ; - i,iupli,i!hlri_, to 
cuff, to box, to fist ; - 4«i^#»«-«»S- , fisti- 
cuffs, [multuous, troubled. 

p/t^H^ a. carried off by force ; tu- 

f^ui/iuji a. fattened. 

P/T^P^o*/, i/»j s. recompense, prize, 
laurel, palm ; bot. tuberose. 

P^«.S- J. hollow, cavity. 

P^«.6-A-6- a. struck with a stick ; - 
Muniik^ij to bastinade, to beat with a 
stick; -h-um"!,, bastinado. 

^pu.irn, a. hollowed ; -^ *. fossil. 

^p,uK.np s. that carries a stick. 

^pif-iuJilrL, a. pyramidal. 

f^pq-Muqif-hiuj a . hairy , furnished 
with wool, covered with mourning, 
woolly. 

^pqjiqhuiiji. ragged, tattered. 

^pq-irj; irgli vtt. to crumblo ; - ^ puip^ 

l/ng-P-jit^t t — [1 iiptniruint-P-ptSb ptupl^nt^^ 

p-k-MM/r, , to be on a passion, to be angry, 
mad. 

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Ppq.n% s. crumb, morsel. 

P^»/-n«- s. ospray. 

P^ti/", fryf va. to dig, to hoe, to dig 
with a mattock, to hollow, to trench, 
to sink, to undermine; to scratch. 

P^4-i/. s. wasp. 

f^fil/bA , pp'i'^nj s. rice : prince. 

P/'Ai' i^eii"a *• lioe, pickaxe, spade, 
mattock. 

iYffii-«i J i^[""pjf ' '/""J 5. potter. 

P^inu/pui^ ad. rudely, unmannerly. 

P^muAu/ir, wjiu/ tiM. to become rude, 
rough, gross or uncivil; to thicken. 

^puiuipuili s. pottery. 

^fiuiutgni-nufbkir, ""-o/i va. to make 
hard, coarse, thick or rusty. 

Y*ituih-niulu fo. lOnuih-ntu/u * 

fipuini-P-liLi, s. harshness, asperity, 
roughness, crudity, aridity ; rusticity, 
incivility, rudeness, impoliteness, bru- 
tality, caprice ; - inupUhnj , callosity, 
callus. 

a. stormy ; snowy, full of snow. 

po/3 , p , y s. sorrowful news. 

iio[3^Mupt-[, , [,ji , u._j a. that brings sad 
news, sorrowful; bearer of unhappy 
news. [ful, vexatious. 

Po/3^,«J. a. full of sad news, sorrow- 



f (kirn) ^/.#/' or ft J" s. the third let- 
ter of the alphabet and the second of 
the consonants. It is sometimes eon- 
founded with or used for the letters 4 
and ^ : '/., f. three ; third. 

'^uip I [• s. boi. rhubarb (the root) ; 
muzzle, snout ; hook. 

'^."p6-f^«. bo/, rhubarb (the plant). 

*]',„f,iiP^, , pui'i,^ s, top of the head, 
skull, head; height, summit, top, ridge, 
pinnacle, extremity, end, brow. 

4'<"'/^"</?'ir<«44"' s. zenith. 



'{'uiMi.uiP-'iiui^uijkmj a. ad. vertical; 
vertically. 

^uiq.uip-'iiiuinii^ s. pericranium. 

^lUiX-IUylllT, h-qUJJ Vn. S. I'tof'a-UIfnM-ypMjT* 

^.ufui^m a, lecherous, lewd, immo- 
deste. 

•l-m^u.jA-j/'DW. to crow (of a cock). 

S-"»^fo_. <tzb s. heap of sheaves or 
bundles of cut com. 

T-uj^, ^ s. bot. tragacanth; milk- 
vetch: cubit. [ashes. 

l-uj^uipi , *|>«u^u»Y^, uuy s. embers; 

'\-u,q,aquj%ii,J', ui^u^ vu. to bc rcdu- 
ced to ashes, to burn to ashes. 

duce to ashes, to burn. 
^uiqu/b , ,i,j s. wild beast ; brute, a- 

nimal, beast. [cruelly. 

'{•uiquAi.up.uip ad. brutally, fiercely, 
^ujijiubMup-uiiiMij , or [tni, a. brutal, 

beastly, fierce, inhuman, savage, wild, 

rude. 

s. bestiality ; cruelty. 

^itiM3uittuj[s.lr^ , ^luquibiuMf^^a. torii by 
a wild beast. [beasts live. 

^MiMifu/huiphiali a. desert, where the 

'^uMnui'iiujp.njif a. keeper of a mena- 
gery. 

<)<u,^i«%<iif.ny% a. ferocious, savage. 

^lunu/huili s. small wild beast. 

*\-u,ii-u'i„u^u,% a. brutal, beastly, 
fierce, wild. [that lives like a beast. 

'^•uiqtja^ui/ilruij a. brutal, beastly, 

^u,^uj%u,jfii-p a. devoured by beasts. 

'^laquAuiitpui a. like a wild beast. 

^:uquA,iu([ni-i, a. devoured or torn 
by a wild beast. 

^utquJitu/tfujpui or Jutpm^^ a, s. that 
fights with wild beasts; combat and 
place to combat with wild beasts ; - ^. 
"iiirij to combat with wild beasts. 

^ui^ju'iiuii/ui£iinnt-id~[ii^ s. combat with 
wild beasts. 

']'ujiiu/i,uii^ia a. brutal, beastly,fierce, 
savage, inhuman, cruel. 

nnini-la-niji * 

T«<u^uAuAu/»r, '"j>y vn, to become 
cruel, savage, to be fierce. 

'x'i"1^'i'"'"l>["" a. ferocious heart. 

*\-ui,lia'buii,'bn/^ a. that produces or 
nourishes wild beasts. 

^,u>luj'tiuitfni-jiu'lilTir, ni-jli Vtt. to roH- 

dcr fierce or cruel. 



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'^a,iin,'i,ir,i^% u. brutal, beastly, like a 
beast. [beasts. 

S>"'>^i'%f%'^% a. thrown before wild 

S"™j.»ini^/.tA s. brutality, bestiali- 
ty; fierceness, ferocity, inhumanity, 
barbarity, cruelty, rage, madness. 

'^•uquAni-.n tt. abounding in wild 
beasts. ' 

S^'o^to^ s. bot. carrot ; parsnip. 

^•aqlrpp.n,-ial^ s. sort of aromatic gum. 

•1»my/i ^ikJ- or [ujiJ- or IiilI^J- s. pitch, 
gum tragacanth. 

^m^ai^'i, s. honey-dew, manna. 

T»««£.«^ , /ij 4'. turn, rotation ; tender- 
ness of heart, bowel. 

^lui^aput^, a. pitiful, that has a ten- 
der heart. p/o/3- , matrass, retort. 

*]^aiiuipui,Jin.i_ s. horn, trumpet ; - «._ 

nt-j/r va. to roll, to roll up ; to twist, to 
writhe, to bend; to shrivel; to curl. 

'\-unuipliir, Irjjiu/ vp. to wriggle, to 
shrink, to curl, to roll up ; to squat. 

'b««^«potiia s. roll ; fold, contraction, 
shrink; wrench, sprain, distortion, 
twisting, tortuosity. 

S-ia/YfYiniji. a. tortuous, puckered. 

^'uiint-iiui, [g^umhuA s. arrival, ap- 
proach, accession. 

S''"4 , ta ' "•-3 *• throne ; seat, chair ; 
dignity; precipice, high and very steep 
place ; u/i,liuh,hi^ {• -k< -kl-- linpitui%l,i_, 
•^"••ti. b -1'3' I' -I'a'' •IbJ-l^i', to be precipi- 
tated, to be thrown or to fall from one 
precipice to another ; ^ -/y «/y^z.' to 
precipitate. , 

T-£»4«.^£ni./« s. first rank, head, first 
place ; president. 

*|>«.4ii.4 , uy s. chair : ring, link. 

S>o»4«.^«Y_, utj s. successor; vicar. 

%,n^,uli„.[yir, /rj[i vn. to succeed to 
the throne, to take the place of some 
one in dignity. 

S""»4«"4u«/»»«-/3/»«-i S' succession to the 
throne orto some dignity. 

I'm^m^/iy s. partner of the same 
throne or dignity. 

'^•'"4•"43^'^' ^3'y *"'• ^0 ®i* ^^ ^■^^ 
same throne, to have the same dignity 
as another. 

•l-u#4«,//tS-ra^ a. honourable, prima- 
ry ; - liluu/i,^ , grandee, court, nobility. 

^«>4.</%^% a. remarkable in dignity, 
royal prince. 



*l'io4»//./4-/» a. ambitious, desirous of 
grandeur or dignity. 

'|».«4™«/r^iii-/3/.iA s. ambition, immo- 
derate desire of honour and grandeur. 

^'u,'iuj,^J- a. precipitated; - uin^,lri_, 
to precipitate, to throw from a preci- 
pice ; -ip'irij to be precipitated, to fall 
from above; - .hA-y/. I precipice; -, - 
fLt-i,ir,ai/p ad. precipitately, hurriedly. 

'\>u,^iuilliJ-t-if', Irjl, va. to precipitate. 

%,ui,a„ll<€hnt-P-l,^i s. precipitation ; 
high precipice. 

cap, height, ele vation, precipice, very 
high and steep place. 

%a^,a.-np u. s. that kocps a seat ; 
page of the back stairs ; thronfe. 

%uii,u„-npaili , uit/ s. throne ; palan- 
quin ; high canopy ; gridiron. 

%,ui,hir, lr^l> va. to beat, to strike. 

4""4fr/.43 s. president, principal; 
primate ; dean. 

'{•a.^/^plyn.-fipt.i- s. prcsidency ; pri- 
macy ; deanery. 
• •l>.i.4£*/4% luniihtrva . to dethrone. 

^„.i,^lik3ni.pl<-^' s. dethronement. 

1.,„4/Ap s. precipice. 

4«"4'"f_. "3 s. a hunter's net. 

*i>,»4ny. , j[>j s. pi. throne ; high ca- 
nopy, arm-chair ; state-bed, palanquin. 

*\-ut,iu„nni, , uij s. stone-cutter. 

^'.aqiiiil-iitp , /«#3«. idea, notion, image; 
opinion, thought ; design, project, plan, 
conception; pattern, model, exemplar, 
form, example, cast, mould ; copy, a- 
pograph. 

^'.u,(,„,piiiplrir, lrj[, va. to conform, 
to imitate ; to copy, to transcribe. 

S><"»^ I bj «■• transmigration, emi- 
gration, fligh-t; journey; pilgrimage; 
the colony, the settlers or fugitives. 

f{.u,.ip.ui<-''b a. s. fugitive, refugee, 
settler; colony. 

S«<"»fP«A"j ■5- refuge, retreat. 
^•uqP^ujp s. settler, fugitive. 
•i.,«»/?fr./", tjf va. to send abroad or 
from home. 

^u^iplrj; lr^l<, '^u.qP-l.tr, hgufl VH. 

to leave one's home or country, to 
emigrate ; to steal away, to escape, to 
flee ; to take refuge, to retire. 

'\'u,q/b, ■ipi' s. bot. monk's rhubarb- 
T-u/'ix/'o'P"'*' a. who employs French 
phrases; who knows French. 



'■Yiu'liUiMpuAhir, tjifi vn. to frenchify. 

'{•u,ijjil,uiiiuAni.pi>t-1fi s. gallicism. 

'\-u,>[qliujfuou s. who speaks French. 

^aiilfUim/iu/ii a. french ; - tlit-ntr^li , 
the gallican church ; - iLu/pp-uin. , the 
French language ; nif - itqn,-l, , gal- 
licism. [French, frenchified. 

'^uji'ijiliu/iiiuir, uiguM) vp. to become 

S><u#y/iB/^4i ad. in French ; after the 
French manner; s. French, the French 
language ; - q.fiuiiri_, m^uu/iilrij liioujiij to 
know, to learn, to speak French ; ^oo/f^ 
- , do you speak French ? ^lunlrj; Siy. 
i^,o„l„r- , I do not know. Sir, I cannot 
speak French. [man. 

S'«"'2i/""j/' > j'-w o!-*- French ; french- 

chify. 

r""i"'-IP' t 'tP'p'i S. t»imm/3- • 

%""it< I'j u. tepid, lukewarm. 

^•u.^u'i.uiir, itgiui vn. to cool, to grow 
tepid, lukewarm ; to slacken. 

'{•lui/^jni.^u/iilrj; i7«-jf va. to cool, to 
make lukewarm. 

'\'ui,gni.p-[,ii, s. lukewarmness, tepi- 
dity, coolness, slackness : indevotion. 

S''"7/", ^"ui.iinujpuip ad.pr. in secret, 
secretly, by stealth, unknown, under- 
hand ;-£'fc^-, covertly, clandestinely. 

^-ujiiy-uiiSfiiji ip.jiirvn. to steal away, 
to slip away. 

^u,,i.nu,ii.nii[, ad • by stealth, clan- 
destinely , secretly ; a. secret, furtive, 
stealthy. 

4*<"Y>"u/^'7>^o%^ s. pi. theft ; // n.,u,iuiui_ 
f-niiohu lu'iiiiu.'iilir, to conceal one's self, 
to hide. 

T>"»#^,„m;Jt^ a. that eats by stealth or 
secretly. 

%Mi„iu,u,liit„i.[H, s. cheat, imposture. 

«X3 s. oyster; mother-of-pearl. 

^u,iiu„„il„^ a. who throws secretly ; 
that is thrown secretly. 

^'iai^ii,u,/;„l,,„ "• that makes war se- 
cretly or invisibly. 

^'u„i,„ujJiruu, ad. secretly, artfully, 
cunningly, cheatingly. 

S''"Y/"u/i/iy s. hiding-place. 

T»™.^u»u,n.„t. , u,j a . that takes by 
stealth, deceitful, malicious. 

h./#/^m/,;jni.^, g, i)ot. borage. 

S>-"<^"A™//.#.^i- a. that docs, that 
works in secret; -^ , concealments, 
hidden actions, secret. 



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T-^/f^u/i/ «.//./» w«-/3/'^* s. s t egan o graphy . 

^,„iia,'ii,aituitrni-li a. secrot, occult, 

hidden, impenetrable ; furtive, stolen. 



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'^•luiiinlliiuJ'uilim S. ^MMiumtuJuipul ' 

^uiiiu,%nM^iiil_ a. that speaks or. 
whispers in secret, informer. 

%iii,l,n%l,,'iii-i<), %ku,^ a. secret, occult, 
latent, hidden; stolen, furtive; clan- 
destine, [destinely. 

•f/u/^-.A/. , "tihuii. , "hho^ , [• -u ad. clan- 

<i-'"//^"'V!f! ' "'•'^•"s •*• P^- secret, myste- 
ry ; hidden or private place. 

%,.„i,n%„p„,i.,.;jP^ a. that lays snares 
in secret, insidious. 

%i,.iu.%ni-Pl„-is. occultation, hiding, 
concealment ; secret. 

'i'ain.nnpuu,^ u. that takes, pursues 
in secret. 

•fuj^iifn.-^ ad. secretly. 

^uitC, f, s. gypsum, plaster; uiuiuilri^ 
-/>•-, to plaster. 

1.u.2r«,2r, l,jj s. pigmy, dwarf. 

^iutCu-jIH, a. ygpseous, chalky. 

%,uir, hill vn. to come ; to arrive, to 
attain ; to behave, to demean one's 
self, to act ; to be inclined ; to apply 
one's self with ardour; j.i#n-Bȣ^-, to 
spring, to proceed, to emanate, to rise, 
to derive, to result ; - /» Jtu,u , jpi^t 
to recover one's senses; - {• iui,.ni-P-t t 
to amend, to reform ; - /> jnn.ni-P-liii, 
to grow worse ; fA^. uip'^uiJ'uj[i^uitiu -, 
to be despised; fr^i f .lu,lu-2Cu/hiru he 
was near death; - .m-nt-p , it? is getting 
light ; {, - uii-ni-pi, , at the break of day, 
at dawn ; /» - hphliyyii , towards eve- 
ning ; - /. Ml,„u,%f , to run into danger or 
peril ; - [• •iiupirui^m-iih , to admire ; - f 
i^uip^ni-Su , io interrogate; jt/»4^«-7^-t 
to fear; - jminpirm-P-l'i-'ii , to have pity; 
- /. q,i2iii.Sfu, to repent; - jliSL , to un- 
dertake; !• ^[fu -, to examine;-^ 
liuip&liu ni-piiM-p, to consent; junjypu 
- , to grant, to become compassionate; 
//j.j. AlriLu„/p. - , to fall into the bauds 
of; —(^"i- '"'u^ or •11UIIM3I-UIII- , to stain, to 
soil one's self; - ^V,^ irm^u, fti,^ ipn^, 
to be smoked; to cover with dust; - 

^%^ lint^nuiliMi/U lu^rq-ui'lit^ , tO bC bom Of 

a virgin ; fA^. n^pn^.^ Iihiu'bu -, to exa- 
mine the life of some one ; - fiuui liiu^ 

»/J«n or fiUui fl-iuliji nt-nnL^ , tO llStOU, tO 

give attention ; /tu,,, liiupirlnutj nt-pm^ 
- , to speak according to the opinion of 



some one ; ulnnii_- qj;aufi,i,fuit. , to love 
traitors ; - tfuinjiMpunrp. , to love another 
person's husband; - •i.n.uJp. I„^[,n4j to 
take care of one's own household; nh-p. 
lipuML. -, to turn, to travel round the 
world; - t'"-/!p ' to applicate one's self, 
to give one's self to ; v-f^'-^/ - quMliiuiiy. , 
to see double from wine ; qoppiop - , to 
keep the laws ; qu/iiumjulint^p-p - , to be 
inclined to debauchery ; - niap^h^nt-^ 
p-hujii'pi, ^liliL^ -, to give one's self 
to drink, - to avarice ; ip.u,%l,t^ - , to 
chatter, to tattle; nfi^u/b - ^ ^^irq^ accor- 
ding to your strength; np^uil, [..^i, - 4y« , 
as- much as he could; -|/» •[k-ii,,,/ , to 
assail, to come upon; to happen some 
misfortune. 

S>'"«r, Jy or i/aL. s. means, resour- 
ces, remedy ; hold, crack, opening ; 
time, retaking; n^/i.tipt-i^-u i-ui,u%lru 
not to know where to put the hands 
or feet, to be without remedy ; -« t 
^luipa ,i.mu/iilri_, to find tho way to do a 

thmg ; nf l£Ulnitjalni — t Jnt-m ifinuiltk-ft 

they could not do more ;- Jp ,ad. once; 
-nt., -/.«_, many times, successively, 
always ; - ^•"'fc ^- . little at a time, 
more and more. 

^•iiiiru,q.[ii-,„ ip'liir va. to find means or 
place, to take, to lay, to have hold; to 
find the means of ^vanquishing or to 
wrong, to obtain one's intention or de- 
sign ; to succeed; n^A^- ^At^i to suc- 
ceed never; {•ppL ^^/^iv - wnui^^piihjVi,, 
despairing to take the city by siege. 

^.uiniin. s. bull-dog, mastiff. 

•f /jy/? , Ij s. slip, slide; scandal ; ob- 
stacle, stumbling: fart ; -<» uipimlihi, 
to fart, to break wind ;-'/'-'- 7' -/' > 
a. hesitating, uncertain, inconstant; ad. 
irresolutely, remissly, in stumbling. 

'^•yP-ojil-Huilitu'ii a. scandalous ; scan- 
dalized. 

gui%kir, itcjifi va. to scandalize, to sup- 
plant; to stumble, to trip. 

^•'"//^^"'^^tjnt-j/'^a. scandalous, who 
causes scandal. 

^lu/P-Mu^iiliii; k-ju^) vn. to be scanda- 
lized, offended, to take offence, to be in 
a passion ; to stumble, to slip, to trip. 

'^tylSu.nqnu, a. slippery, slippy, slid- 
ing ; who. is easily scandalized. 



Scandal; stumble; obstacle. [etc. 

%ujjp^u.ii,ii„r, etc. S. %u.jP^u,^.ii.,r, 

%u^l3-hir, irj[, , ^,aj[3-[iii; irjiy vn. to 
stumble, to trip, to glid, to slip. 

•J-/U,/?..,,, , uiji a. that stumbles, trips ; 
slippery. 

'\''y[iun'i, s. lance. 

'{•"ijij "J s. wolf; - J'.uuiiuli , she-wolf; 
^nplit^i -„/, wolf's cub ; •^•W'l'W'U ' t" 
whelp ; n,A,ni_ -nj , to howl. 

*!"»/.' /' *• gag; - 7' p*^/""* i^lfiri^, 
lupiiiMM'iihij i,uipliiuiihu to gag. 

%ujiiuilumiij [ij s. pebble, flint. 

'i""{ii«/u»"[iru>/ a. made of pebble or 
flint.' 

*l"u#y^«4n^/i«A s. wolf's cub. 

S"uy£./Ara«/', wi/iii/ vn. to be like a 
wolf; to be ravenous. 

^-.ujiifi.l, s- wolf's skin. 

*V'-;iihlin'i> , l< s. trepan, awl; wimble. 

^lyifunu, s. bot. hop. 

%yn. , ly s. mud, mire, filth; slough. 

*]'iy,i.u,il,p a. muddy, miry, dirty. 

lie down. 

1>uA , ly s. bastinado, blows with a 
stick, whip, lash, whipping ; scourge, 
chastisement, punishment; - e,uipliiu'iilri^ 
to cudgel, to strike with a stick, to 
whip ; - p,n,ilri_, to receive a bastinade, 
beating, blows, to be beaten with a 
stick or whip. 

^u.'inuil^ a. much cudgeled, punish- 
ed, chastised ; - u,n%lri_, to give a hea- 
vy blow with a stick, to strike with 
a stick ; - ijfiilri_, to be struck with a 
stick. 

%iu'i,u,i,.ap a. that which beats ; -^/< „ 
"iihiF, ^u^iiu^utpluro. T'"^' pji"i^[^ 

%ufi„f^,u^tjn.^ju!iMhir, »T<-3/i va. to ring 
(the bells), to resound, to echo. 

'^tu'hii-m.n s. complaint, lament, quar- 
rel, woe, claim ; - n^iilrij uiniilri^. ^u/b^ 

a-iMtitiptr* 

^.Jiitf-Minliir, fr^iy vn. to complain, to 
implore, to grumble ; - nJli-llru/iij , to 
quarrel together. 

f./ii^fiA s. sound; echo. 

^,i/b>i.ni-p a. frizzled, curled; -^ , 
curl ; -^ ^p"j . uiih-iug , little waves, 
bubbles. [domed with curls. 

•J-uA^/rm^t/^ a. curled, frizzled, a- 

'\-u,%'fpui^irp a. curled, frizzled; whose 
hair is curled. 



^•>a,%,fpk,r, hgl, va. to frizzle, to curl, 
to crisp, to buckle. 

^u/rtif^, if.[iti S. ^w'i"i-['i^i • 

^f,«.7,t./-, irjil, va. to cudgel, to scourge, 
to whip, to thump, to beat. 

'^•uA/i , [,j s. skull, cranium. 

*l>,«7///,«p,»7/ s. cratiiologist. 

*|>/«74.»p.»7/</.4«A a. craniologic. 

'J.uA;juirp,D7/n«./3/rt-7r s. craniologj. 

^ui^Jt, nijj, [,j s. treasure; heap; 
hymn ; - i»^^».ti^ , exchequer, finan- 
ces ; mniA -oi_, treasure, treasury; - 
tufipuifl, , privy purse of the king. 

^u/iiJiuili, ,uj s, abdomen, bowel. 

'^•a'i,i,„i,,ain , <»j a. peculator, cut- 
purse, pick-pocket. 

%u/iii,ui,u,,nniJ3^l,t^i s. peculation. 

^ii/h^iifiiuili , Mutj s. box, chest, casket; 
alms-box; poor-box ; treasure, treasu- 
ry ; - iih/i,liu,^nj , money-box. [rer. 

^w7r^uru£<»4 » ^u/TiAuBulfrin S- treaSU- 

'^iu'/iJSii,ii{ir,nni^p-[,Lii J. tiBasury. 

^ut%JutuinL^i , *^«i7ftJ«H^«A S' treasure, 
treasury ; casket, chest, box (wherein 
money is put). 

^u/hAuii-np s. treasurer ; receiver. 

'\;JiiJ/rir, /rj[, va. to treasure up, to 
hoard, to amass treasures; to lay up in 
a trunk; to pocket. 

'\'u/i,An,i^s. hoarder. 

'^u/iiniJib s. bastinade; torment. 

*l-./A^./", A-jf vn. to cry, to scream. 

•}-,«»t,«^t,^, fifiaji s. cage, park; me- 
nagery; den, haunt; prison; -P't^i^l- 
- r to shut up in a cage. 

'\',„it.u,fk,ilrir, irg[, va. to imprison. 

•j-iu/t/ujntj./AAr,/', nL.j[, va. to stretch 
on the ground, to lay down. 

^utit-h-tl'f uit^^ , ^iutL[ii/'f fruuf^ vn. to 

stretch or to lay one's self down. 

^«ifi_7/ , #L^A , it-iutin s. lamb ; — */*«/*t » 
the - baas. [rel. 

'^•u.n.^u.^jh./j s. bot. stone-crop, sor- 

^u.,Au„Uf.irui„ a. dressed in lamb- 
skins ; hypocritical. 

•I.,»n.7/u.,^t7/ a. belonging to the pas- 
cal lamb ; s. immolation of the pascal 
lamb, Easter. 



uflTan 



a. hoi. plantain. 



S-</"«-7/,«a-/,'/, a. that brings forth 
lambs. 

*l'w/i.7,u,//o^j, s. pi. a couple of lambs. 

'\'-ti,Li,u,'h,iiir, tii^uij vn. to become 
like a lamb. 

S>,»n.7/tJ,/, s. lamb-skin. 

%iuni,l,li s, lambkin. 



12 s-ap 

^•u,iIm„i,„ , fij s. bot. cornel. 
'\;x„lli% s. theorbo. 

J'utnrf uijJrnt^tfL f "'itirlt^uitUE ^' Cr aCK- 

ing, noise of planks; /> fap^ati^n jmn.^ 
%ir,r, to jump, to dance, to stamp. 

^uipq-iTiu'iiiuli , u,^ s. crest, tuft, plume. 

^u,ptrP^u,% s. barley broth. 

^,ai,lr^,un, , uij s . grain (sort of 
weight). 

^ujpiTi,.nj , f,^ s. barley bread. 

^u.plrqyi, a. of barley, that is made 
of barley. 

S'<»/»%'«-/» s. orgeat, beer; 4«'*t^. 
joppik-i_q-, to brew, to make beer'. 

S-«"/»/' , i"-n) <.pfruig s. barley ; grain ; 
a. of barley. ' [spring ; spring. 

%i.,pi„yl^ , 'f-^^l'/u.yi/. a. s. vernal, 

%,up%u,i%l, Oi'iin, ad. of or belonging 
to spring. 

%.,pi,u/i„uph[i a. that brings spring; 
that is produced in spring. 

%,upiiiu'ii,uii.ir,i_ a. vernal ; green. 

^uipiiu/iiuMifuyp a. increased in spring. 

^uipi,.u'buMiini.,n s. entrance or com- 
mencement of spring. 

^utpiitiibtyliii S. ^ujphujfjtii * 

^iunhuiii^ S. ^Mupbiiij%ft a. ad, 

'\-ujp^, [,j a. execrable, ugly, deform- 
ed, slovenly ; excrementitious ; im- 
pure; unchaste, smutty, obscene, lewd. 

%u,p^fLu/bnt-[3-lii^, s . immoral dis- 
course, impudent, immodest words. 

%u,p^ui,nu, a. stinking, fetid ; «. 
stink; ad. stinkingly. 

^u,p^ui,ntnnu.(3-l,t^i s. stink, rank or 
bad smell, infection, fetidness. 

^u.p^iubuMj', iMi^uMj vn. to be execra- 
ble ; to soil one's self. 

^.up^oiip s. pi. execration, abomina- 
tion, horrour; stain. 

%uip^aii(uip , iiijj s. heel; sole of the 
foot. [deous, horrible. 

'^,„l,^uu,/,-ul,i_ a. ugly, deformed; hi- 

*\;„P^il, a. execrable, abominable, 
detestable ; deformed, ugly, frightful, 
slovenly, dirty, filthy, fetid, loathsome, 
bad, base, infamous. 

%iupihlkp s.pl. abomination, abomin- 
able thing or person ; excrement : idols. 

^iMMp^^ni-ij,„'iiirir, "L-j^ va. to cause 
to abhor ; to abhor, to detest ; to make 
execrable. [that abhors, detests. 

%u,p^^ni^li^ a. that causes to abhor; 

%iup^ur, y^-y vn. to abhor, to abo- 
minate, to detest, to hate. 



T-PD. n 

•J>«.^/jni-/3^^t5, s. abomination, detes- 
tation, horrour, execration; ugliness, 
deformity, the act of growing ugly; 
dirt, filth, ordure, stain, nastiness, 
filthiness. 

S-^f^ntasi s. disgust ; abhorrence. 

^iMipn^i , piiuiu s. spring. 

'{■uipoiit s. beer. 

S«iiitu.^f. small hawk. 

S>«/<-<<'{<"^< > u»j s- stick; rod, switch, 
whip ; wand; cudgel ; crook ; flail ; bar; 
sprig, shoot; twig; stock, lineage ;- 

lil[uu/lini-[Hriij% , sceptre ; — Iruifiulinuin^ 

uiulitub , crosier. 

'{'lui.uiqm'iiuiii-lipp s. pi. book contain- 
ing the history or the series of kings 
and patriarchs of a nation, catalogue, 
list, index, series ; chronicle. 

tfiMi'biuiilip s . crosier-bearer ; 



^ust^uirlui: 



verger, mace-bearer. 

%iu,.iuiiui'iiu,^lrpJi a. divided by the 
rod (sea, stone). 

•^■uji-iu^fuAa/<iti,«.intheform of arod. 

^un-unfu/buiuiuum «. that has punish- 
ed or is punished with a rod. 

%uMi.uiquAiu,^n[i u. that carrics a|stick 
or sceptre: S- *|*""-'"i;"*'"4f/' • 

^MiMi^uMqu/iik-j; tj[, va. to beat with a 
stick, to whip, to cudgel. 

^Mui.iu'quj'iilr[iMi.ni-p-[iL3i s. rhapsody. 

*|>.«i-uj4 , 1//3 s. croup. 
^•uii.u,n. , luji s . province, region, 
country ; sky, climate ; native land. 
S"«"-»'«-<"ii . lot/ s. small province. 

puit-tun-tu/^iU/O' ^uMi-UMn-utuilrui • 

^u,LMiLuiliu,1b a. provincial ; native. 

^lui^uin-uilili^ a. s. of the same pro- 
vince, compatriot. 

S-u'i-'un-u'^^'" a. provincial; assem- 
bled from several provinces. 

*)^uiL.uMn.uiuit-m s. governor of a pro- 
vince, prefect; agent, manager; - Jp, 
urbiiut,^ , provincial. 

u{t;„n^P[,ii, s. dignity of a 



^uvc_<iyfL«Ui 



provincial; prefecture; - ilu/iinpt[,j 
provincialship. [vernor of a province. 

l-iKi.uin.uK/i^^^ s. master, prefect, go- 

^aMt.u,pu , [tj s. yellow millet. 

l-uji-^is- , i-P-uij s. vestibule, court, 
forecourt, porch, portico, - . - »«/"«'_ 
putj , sheepfold, sheepcote ; - yiih^W^ 
^L-y , parvise. 

^.pujaip^ s. home, house. 



5 n-b'i, 

S-p»"_3/' , S'ptj/' a. that dwells inapiL 
'l"^"<-<»% s- pi. caresses, cajolery, 
flattery, endearments. 

va. to caress, to cajole, to coax, to 
fondle, toflatter, to cocker, to dandle. 

'^'t"'-l'i_ a. caressing, fawning. 

^■^•"i , <"_3 s. cap, bonnet, coif; big- 
gin ; - iriMiiJia/i,^ , calix. 

1»t^ij.ni.^ S. 2,4*'* [mark. 

'^Ir,i_, l-t^nt/J/iJ, s. slit, rent, stain, 

%hi_, if-hf^ S. S. ^IrluMp.u'b. a. tight, 

stiff ; intwined, twisted. 

^Iriuilblitr, fui) vn. to twist, to wring, 
to writhe ; to distress, to break one's 
heart; to grow tender, to be moved, to 
pity. 

*\'lTiuipuj% , T-fr£»»_3 , '"J/ s. an instru- 
ment of torture, press, gag, torture, 
fetters. [ding, distressing. 

'\-lril,^ a. heart-breaking, heartiren- 

^hini^r, ./.hib wa^to^tighten7to press, 
to cloi^e ; to w;ring, to distress. 

%i-iir,cia%'s. distortion, contortion, 
sprain, sfrain, wrench, twist: com- 
motion, [flock, herd. 

^■^4 s. valley ; ditch, trench ; grave : 

%iTi,lru,'h s. furnace. 

S-t^fi , [,, y s. gehenna, hell. 

'ffr<tfc,uc/-ra/i.BA^ a. heir or worthy 
of hell. [nal, hellish. 

%lriij i;i s. beauty, charm, " attrac- 
tion, allurement,, good grace. 

S-i-'z.. I'j *. village, fields. 

•^-i-ymp^/u/^ a. countryman. 

^k-,iu,fni% a. very handsome. 

•j-i-j^ui^^tf/*, A-j^ va. to paint, to,a- 
dorn ; to write beautifully. 

%lriiuiii-pni-P-l,t^, s. caligraphy. 

'{•/r.iju^Mjf, a. handsome, charming, 
polite, pretty, genteel, graceful. 

^Uifiuquiui , ^/r^yifuiui s. courser, 
steed. [pretty, spruce. 

4>4-f^<"t"'/'7^ '^- '^^^^ adorned, polite, 

^•lriiuiiiut[,q.t-ir, tyf va. to ornament, 
to embellish. 

'\'t;iy,qu,p^ni-[3 [ii/i, s. embellishment. 

S«i-Y/"S-/.S^B#fyr^ a. smiling, graceful. 

'^t-iiuib-n'-^ , '}'i-#/m6-^A-/u/_ a. undu- 
lating gracefully. [fully. 

^triiMuit^iliir, Lguj vn. to float grace- 

^Iriitufi s. small village ; villa. 

^lr,lu,liai%nL.p-l,iX s. the coudition of 
a peasant ; peasant-life. 



%lr,iu,^pui2_ a. of an admirable beauty, 

enchanting. [ing. 

^•Iriuu.ji^^ a. pretty, genteel, charm- 

'^lr,l,l%[, S. ^'/r,tlrj[./l . 

'^hriu.iiiil,^ a. happy, lucky. 

^triimu{iu7Cn/2C u. wbU adomed, ad- 
justed, compounded ; embellished, de- 
corated; - nuipq-utphij to embellish; to 
adorn, to decorate. 

')flrnuiuiuijir.an. a. pretty, charming ; 
splendid, shining. 

^Iriliuuiu.'iiir a. glorious, graceful, 
charming, superb, excellent. 

T>fr.^u.u^.z..nj^2(" a. becoming, well 
made, pretty, graceful' 

*\^hnu,uiu,p a. beautiful, attractive: 
that dances well. 

'^bif.uuiuiplr.r, k-jjli vn. to dance pret- 
tily : to advance excellently. 

'[•triiaiui.aiinfi, «. Bncompassed or en- 
dowed with beauty, very handsome, 
graceful, charming. 

'\'h,iu,uiui[,nLj3-Ti s. dance or agreeable 
movement of the feet. 

ftyoiu^Trt/A-,/-, lr^[, va. to adorn, to 
embellish, to deck, to decorate. 

^lr,iu,uui,iu,p[3- a. adorned with 
leaves, very leafy. 

^hquiu.nu.'hlr.y^ S.pl. vlllageS, ficlds. 

*\-lriluiMi,[iui a. well looking. [sad. 

'i-/r,i,uu,f,n,_P a. undecked ; fair and 

^/ri£ijipt^f , q./riiiTn^ , if-iuf^j s. dart, ja- 
velin, lance, halberd ; - uip^uilihu to 
dart, to lance, to throw a dart. 

'^Iriiiupipiuiliinj a. broken or opened 
by a lance. 

'{'iriluipi^huiL.np s- laucor. 

*\'lriiiupn,.hii,np s. fiue arts. 

fi/^iutn^ a. handsome, graceful, 
pretty, charming ; s. dancer. 

^hiiiuilnyi^ a. noble, illustrious ; 
charming, graceful. 

T-A-yj-fr/^^. rotation, turning, rolling, 
wallowing. [dious. 

^hny-k-.i-uJiiyt, «. modulated, melo- 

'\-ir,iyJr,iu/bp s. modulation, melody, 
trill, shake, quaver. 

'^-tiiy-triiutipuiii^a. brilliant, resplen- 
dent, fulgid. 

^k im-h.ihir, Ir^l, va. to trill, to modu- 
late, to quaver, to shake, to sing a- 
greeably. 

1-/rYfr^. S.pl. villages. 



14 S-L1 

^Iriitrpt^utj; tjf vna. to polish ; to 
paint, to plaster ; to paint one's self. 

*]-lr,ilrp.p,/r,r, hjl, va. to embcUish, 
to adorn with good colour. 

'\-/r,iirjl,// , jjfi[i, ^f/u'jj a. handsome, 
pretty, genteel, gallant, agreeable, 
smiling, graceful, cheerful; polite, be- 
coming, proper, decent, light, elegant, 
happy, good ; - , -« , - [>:/!' ad. well, 
very well, prettily, politely, decently; 
bravely, excellently, gallantly; - ^£_ 
ui[,n^p-l,^ip , fine letters. 

*)'lrqt^^li,up.,/i> a. well spoken, elo- 
quent, fluent. 

^hqh^iiu.p.ui'iikj; y^l vn. to speak 
well, elegantly, to have a fine language, 
a florid style. 

^•ir,ii^jlimp.u,%ni^p-liiSi s. fine spBaking, 
eloquence, elegance of expression. 

*j-A-»^frj4i»ftn<-Y/« a. that flows agree- 
ably, [ful, charming. 

S-A-Y^'ji"'?-^! "• 'v^firy pretty, grac e- 

•ffcytj^/u^/i*- a. well written. 

%lr,ih^iiu„i.f!i. a. very pretty, genteel, 
charming. 

%h,fh^liu,if.l,p s. writing-master, ca- 
ligrapher ; a, caligraphic ; - iVi'l^u *<> 
have a fine caligraphy. [excellent, 

%ir,ilrjliu,f.Jii-in a. ingeuious, rare, 

^lr,llrgliu,ti.nfb a. YSTj pretty, - agree- 
able, genteel, graceful, charming. 

I-A /^A-j^OT^fT^*- a. who works well ; 
done or composed elegantly. 

'\.h,it-jliuiif.itn,-P~lii^i s. caligraphy. 

well looking, handsome, graceful. 

•ftyi-ji"'?/'/' «• becoming, decent, 
well made, situated, placed. 

'\'ir,[hgii,t,p-nji, a. of fine colour. 

S*^'t%4'"/"'W""'-j a- very speckled, 
much spotted or diversified with co- 
lours. 

^irnirj/iuiita,iip^ o. fumlshed with 
good flowers. [placed. 

•ftf^frj^izi^™^^ a. well ordered, - 

'{•ir.itj^uttilri.MMf a. well shaped, hand- 
some, graceful. [- constructed. 

*l'*"7*34'"i^/"" f^' y^^^ made, - built, 

'^'t./tj^uM^.yt-u.j a. good looking ; of 
a fine aspect. 

T**"'zA3'i'"4'""«"4 fl"- of a fine form. 

*1'* V.^i"'^^ a. who has fine hair. 

*hf^q_^jfi""i["-u a. well woven, - com- 
posed, - made. 



*l"^'i%4"'V"'i.«. charming, astonish.- 
ing, wonderfully fine or handsome. 

^lr,ilr^fi,uJu,/ii a. that has a good 
voice, sweet, euphonical. 

^lriit-gliu,J:uifl,lrir, t-jli vn. to sing or 
speak agreeably. 

*\-lr,ik^fi,iiJ,yjrtnL.[3-[iL.'7i s. euphony, 
good voice, sweet sound. 

^t-ntj^uiAlri. a. of fine form. 

'^Irilh-jliiailnf. , ^Iriitr^liMUnlri^ a. that 

is an excellent archer. 

S-frTtg^mitS-iT a. a graceful walk. 

*\'lrqt^ci\,i,JuipJlf!i a. of a fine form or 
shape, handsome, well shaped. 

^triih^liiaiUpni. a. who has a hand- 
some beard. 

%lT,ih^^liu,iuip,r,ap a. worthy, proper, 
becomings-fit, well made, shaped, ar- 
ranged, proportioned. 

*l*^7*34'"^"'t '^- very handsome, 
graceful, glorious. 

^irtfy^liiMfiiiuJ', ui^iy vn. to become 

handsome, s [tuation. 

■ ^lrtihijliuM%liu,n a. that has a fine si- 

'{'k-ilk^jfiu/itni.u,^ a. that sings, that is 
sung agreeably, sweet, hafmonious. 

'\'lrnlrj^tu,'iiniii a. that has a good or 
mystical name ; renowned, famous. 

%lTnhjli,a^ui,a. well composed, made. 

S-i-i/tj4«"^t«' nd. very well, prettily, 
divinely, elegantly. 

<}.t#^/rj4'""<'""'-7. «• provided with 
good fruit. 

%lTqh^liuiu^[, a. who loves the beau- 
tiful, who admires fine things. 

'{'t-iifrjfiiiuiil.pn.^pf «. love of beauty. 

^k-,ilrjl[u,uint-i^, a. furnished with 
good branches or shoots. 

^h-iih-n/^tjMui irn t ^£rf/frq^uJMnfrt/^i/(Z' ha- 
ving a good aspect, well looking, 
handsome, graceful, agreeable. 

*{-t-qtj/iui,„[,ui a. well shaped, made, 
printed, pretty. 

'^-t^iflrj^lMijni.^uAfrir, llt-gl' VU. tO Om- 

bellish, to adorn; to enrich, to fashion, 
to revive, to render handsome. 

*^lr,it-ijlin,ilin/ii_ a. boautlful bunch of 

grapes. [legs. 

'^•t-ilt-jQnin'ii a. that has good feet or 

*\-t;ilrjfini.piiiSi s. boauty, charms, 

graces, dehcacy, gentility, decency, 

neatness, elegance ; ornament, enamel. 



tu SbS 

flower, embellishment, bloom ; - o,i-_ 
'i'-iv ' amenity. 

^Uiji-jlini^ti^^ S. ^*-hilh'nl£tuiinih-ifli . 

•ftyjJ , /y s. bo(. yew : cartilage, ker- 
nel, gland: S. *\-lr,iJln^!/L . 

to desire, to wish, to be inclined,' mov- 
ed, to grow tender. 

^hiiinOth s. strong or intense desire, 
eagerness, wish, longing. 

T-i-z^'fi i: fleece, wool. 

^k-tjifLufi±utpJt , ^ h i^Slttu i-l^in or i-np d, 

woolly, hairy. 

*\'t,^„r,;ii% s. sketch, outline, rough- 
draught; plan. 

'\-lr,j2iyp' s. peasant, countryman; 
a. rustic, rural, country. 

'J.i-,^u»«-u/^ s. burgomaster, major 
of a village. 

%lrn2I^pkii s. country priest. 

^ir,^ii,upu,'i,h,r va. to speak vulgarly 
or like a peasant. 

%lr,i^liu,„ikru S. ^tr.iHlopk'J'' 

%lr,^lini.p-l,ii, s. rusticity, incivility, 
rudeness, coarseness, impoliteness. 

^k-'it'iTk^' a- in a rural manner, ru- 
stically, rudely. 

%t;gni-fi , £//[, , 21i.'"3 ■>• peasant, vil- 
lager, countryman, boor, plebeian ; 
a. rustic, unpolite, uncivil, vulgar, low. 

%i=-<iglr,r, ty/> vn. to modulate the 
voice. 

^htiA , [,j s. dancing music ; dancing 
with singing ; pomp, show. 

S-fr7»^4f . i/'j s.pl. villages, fields. 

'\-lruinpmii s. huntsmau. 
*!■/;-.« , #7j , [ij s. river. 
*{«4-m.«pt^uA J. mouth of a river. 

^Irinm/uiuit.'iintiip S. COufluenCO, COH- 

flux. [in a river. 

'^4-i/i<j.&-/i^/ a. engendered or produced 
4>A->/7ui4 s. stream, rivulet. 

Ji[,li a. drowned or suffocated in a river ; 

- i>iniilri_, ituifuSri^ linpni-iiu/lihij to drOWU, 

to drown in a river ; -f/Ai-£^, h-u,[ul,i_, 
linpiiiblj to drown one's self, to die in 
a river. 

%h,„uii,lraih,r, It^\i , Mnlru,i_ Vfia. to 

flow or to make flow like a river. 
^iru,u,i,lrpi a. that divides a river. 

'\-t^maiJ[i s. hippopotamus. 
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1>tm<o</tn- a. dead in the river ; -^ , 

death in the river. [rivers. 

^h.niuJk-l^ s. the space between two 

^tuiMu/iupn/j^ s.pl. over-flow of the 
river, inundation, flood. 

S-ti/i«""/"'«" a. surrounded by a river. 

%lru,iun.n,. s. a braBch or arm of a 
river. 

to drown, to throw in the river ; - ^>. 
W/..rwi. to submerge, to drown one's 
self in the river. 
^/rinmpirn'-l- s. ospraj, sea-oaglo. 

of a river, bank, shore ; beach ; quay. 

S-t-'OfAitj a. thrown into a river; - 
or .y-fru>^'fc4%/'4 uiii-'iiirj; to throw into 
a river. 

•l>tm/A , in'bn^ s. ground, earth, soil, 
land, place ; qy.lrin%l, , f^i^ - , /. tf.t-m'iip , 
/. - , on the ground, in the earth ; 4"- 

iituahiuf iftnujUh-lOV Ulylini_irtlin. — f CO" 

vered with confusion to look on the 
ground; u/blihuii_ fi — t-it/i^p «i^u»^/iii£-^, 
prostrated to worship ; 4u/^4u/'fct^ ^.^ 
^ini-fih, ^ - , to knock one's head on 
the ground; ju#^;^<«a/y_, ifUipliufiilti^ij^irin^ 
'iifi , to throw one's self violently on the 

ground; qiupl^ni-nuittk-ij CfUJnliuthtriqalrm 

iiint-iu earth-worm. 

S'A-uA/upf^ a. that burrows in the 
earth. 

^hafiiiuiiitui^ a. reptile, that creeps, 
crawls on the ground ; tortuous ; - tCu^ 
%u,uiu,pi,npq.lTir, to travel or to go on 
foot. [ground. 

*}-t..Au#/?uȣ.u/^ a. that rolls on the 

'\-hu,'huilu%inp s. potato, truffle : bot. 
camomile. 

^y ,n'liu>lu^nlruii , ^lr,„'i,ui/,i^n[, a. that 

stretches itself, that lies on the groun d. 

^tm%,uPi^n^ or mf 4 [pilar, ^Iti„%mu^ 

l,^nl„r, k^,u, vn. to stretch one's self, 

to lie on the ground, [on the ground. 

S-t"''*'<"/./j.««i_/3/,ii s. the lying down 

']'lrin'iiu,^np, a. that treads on the 

earth, that walks on the earth, mortal. 

iuip. s. enchanter with earth, geo- 
manoer. 

'\hu!iiu,iin^,-p-l,ii, s. geomancy. 

'l-/r,„?,.«iyL/6- a. attached to earth ; 
prostrate. 



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'\'t-m%ui,fiub^^j', tjufj vn. to attach 
one's self to earth ; to prostrate one's 
self. 

^t-m'iiuii/hi-u, a. that sinks, hides 
itself under the earth. 

S-t/zAu/yu/;.// s. ground-floor. 

^hm'iiui'tiiMiluufui a. that loves the 
ground, that stretches itself on the 
ground ; attached to the vanities of the 
world, secular, mundane ; low, vile. 

^hijiiufinuluufiiiniji s. attachment to 
earth, love of the vanities of the world. 

^k-mtiuj^irJ- , [y s. earth-quakc. 

%lT,n'ii,u^il, s. land-surveyor. 

%lr,n'i,uM^,l,k-d', A-_j^ va. to survey, to 
measure (land). 

^km'iiu.^u^ini-P-'f s. land-surveying. 

1-t«».1'/u»n-/lt6- s. chameleonf 

'\-lF,n'i,iiiunii_ a. creeping, "crawling ; 
low, mundane, mean. 

S*£-i»t>ui»iu/^u>6- a. prostrate or stre- 
tched on the ground; - u/h^a,it%, 
pallet. 

^yufuuiuiiMipuiirni-fi^i s. prostration ; 
the lying down on the ground. 

')-£-<n^/u/«i<i<J> s. cellar, vault, sub- 
terraneous place ; ground-floor ; the 
inferior part of the honey-comb. 

%yu!iiiu,ltnp a- "hollowed ; subterra- 
neous ;-:p s.fl. catacombs: drain; S. 

^trin^iu^uip^ a. that crawls on the 
ground, creeping ; mundane ; vile, low ; 
- •nu.'Llr^, to drag on the ground ; - ^_ 

*\'ir,„%u,_^,ii[,^,j; tr^ufi vn,' to crawl on 
the ground. 

•ftmo^ffc ad. like a river. 

^k-p s. weeping, wailing, noise; - 
•{.npirlrij to weep : - , pr. ad. on, up, 
above; more, very, much. 

%ypu,^,n,.p-l,ii, s. superior or ex- 
cellent nature; state of a superna- 
tural thing. 

4>tf'"'P».t4 a. supernatural ; sublime, 
excellent, divine. 

T»fc^.u^«.4 a. principal ; s. president. 

'tt^<«^f^//«.i-ir, tj/i va. to caress 
with tenderness. 

'{•irpi.jq.nf , 4-tp'"?^^^'"^ o.s. supema- 
tural ; supreme ; Supreme Being. 

'\'iri„„q.nf% a. supreme, sublime, ex- 
cellent, superior, eminent. 

T'l-i'u'i-njnt-P-lit^, s. essence or ex- 
cellent nature; supreme being. 

^iriiuiif.u,uir,r, t.-j[, va, to elevate, to 



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raise, to put higher or in the first 
place ; to prefer. 

'^Irpuiq.pu.liiu'i, U.S. superlative. 

'\-hpiu,l.(ilr,r, tj/. va. to elevate, to 
prefer ; to augment, to benefit. 

^hpuM,i.pn--PliJi s. elevation, subli- 
mity; preference; excellence, ad- 
vantage. 

'^'t-pm^'ii^ a- excellent, sublime, e- 
minent, superior, magnificent, extraor- 
dinary ; - /»af. oplAio^uit. , excellently, 
eminently, supremely. 

'{•t-piuqiMAi^ttT, lrj[i vn. to surpass, to 
surmount, to excel, to exceed. 

^t-pui^ijni-P-pLii s. excellence, su- 
blimity, [much. 

^k-puijuj'iijopk^ ad. excellently ; too 

'^irputqutpj.a. well ornamented, rich, 
superb. 

'\-lrpiuqop a. powerful. 

^irpu.il,p a. heaped up, very full. 

•J"*-^™^/" a. very bright, brilliant, 
luminous. 

^irpu,if,yp or pt-«Y. «• excellent, 
high, sovereign, extreme. 

T«t^««6^uii_/«^a. much spread. 

^lrpu.i^,i,f , Pj a, eminent, pre-emi- 
nent, supreme. 

^h-nfall.yf.ir, Ir^uy Vtl. tO OXCBI, tO 

surpass, to surmount. 

Si't^»"4™/"'-/?/"-'*'.s. eminence, height, 
pre-eminence, superiority. 

^t-pa,li,uiiiaip a. supreme, highest, 
greatest: s. gr. preterpluperfect. 

'{•hp.ui.n.^li a. very celebrated, fa- 
mous, renowned. 

'^Irpu.^n.^^lrir, k^ft va. to celebrate, 
to praise publicly, to render famous. 

^hprnStpu,^ a . astonishing, surpri- 
sing, marvellous, very admirable, mi- 
raculous, [gent, brilliant. 

%hpuM-!iuiT(>u%^ a. full of rays, efful- 

^kpuiTCnL-iih s. increase, advantage. 

^t-puMi/htpni-p a. very clean, very 
pure, spotless ; very holy. 

'{•frp.ujp.u.pjt a. very elevated, lofty, 
high. 

'{•t-puMJlrh^uMp a. very honourable, 
- respectable ; very reverend. 

'^tpMMi'i,, [ij , uig s. beam, rafter, joist. 

^irp.u'hMuil.g a. full of beams. 

'^irptu'iMUMiilip a. that bears, supports 
a beam- 

%hpu,%uMihi.a. in the shape of a beam. 

^hpiifiiiuUuiiT, uyiy vn. to become a 
beam, to make one's self a beam. 



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^hpia%uit.lTir, Irjii vn. to navigate 
with the waves. 

^t-pm'ii^iu^'ii a. armed with scythes. 

^lTpuhMq.u3il.g a. full of or furnished 
with scythes. 

^hpufi.^f, , q-lniij s. scythe, sickle. 

'\'lrpio^u,ap^ , '\-tpiaJiMutp4liiJi a. cele- 
stial, divine, supernatural, extraordi- 
nary ; excellent, rare, peculiar. 

'^Irpiuui.yb-uin. a. most illustrious ; 
splendid, brilliant ; - , - «.4p , my Lord, 
your Lordship. 

■ '\'irpiuutu,%6- a. glorious , illustrious, 
superb, excellent. [most reverend. 

*]'i-piuuiuiin[ii. a. very honourable, 

%is-puiuiiuu,ni-n,-P-l„^i s. revereuco. 

%irpu,pmoup s. torrent of tears, bit- 
ter tears. 

%hp,Kpuioupiuil,g a. very full of tears, 
melting into tears ; ad. with tears in 
the eyes. [did, brilliant. 

^hpuipipli a. very luminous, splen- 

%ypu,^,uyi_a. brilliant, splendid. 

^lrpu,Mpui)[hir, t-j[i vn. to shine, to 
sparkle. [magnificent. 

'^'/rpta.fiiun. a . glorious, excellent, 

'\'i-pii,uM/t,iA a. supernatural. 

'{•t-p/Ampjup or Miitu ad. supernatu- 
rally. 

'{•/rpif.aiuinialii'/ii s. scpvants. 

'{'t-pif.iaauiu/ii , luif s. goods, posses- 
sions ; fireside, family, house. 

^hpif-uMuuiu/uialilig s. fellow-servant. 

^hpHJsiuutuAfili s. domestic ; maid- 
servant. 

^k-ptif-uipA ■>. repurchase, emanici- 
pation of slaves, deliverance, redemp- 
tion; a. that delivers, frees, emanici- 
pates slaves. 

^tptqJ'iiA , u,g s. grave, sepulchre, 
pit, tomb, monument, vault ; church- 
yard ; ^.u^ilri^ 't -k . to dig out of the 
ground, to disinter. 

%hplrifJ'tMM'bu,i-fip s. epitaph. 

^kpk.lSiu'bailiuM'u a. sepulchral, fune- 
ral ; - '/fw/ip . cemetery, burial-ground ; 
-^ , the deads. 

^hptrqiTu/bai^lig a. buried together. 

^hpk-qj'u/binlin.-p a. that is consumed 
in the grave. 

^h-ph-qinu%utliplil^in t hch'""'3 ^* ^' that 
strips sepulchres or the hurried dead. 

%lrpyMpru,%u,ukp a. who diligently 
visits and ornaments sepulchres. 

^^h-nh-aJutUiuinktlli t ^kph-qJuMliiuinntJl 

s. cemetery, church-yard. 



^lri,/ri[,j a. s. enslftved^yith another, 
companion of a captive or slave. 

'\'!r[,lrp^„i^, %irph£,,a'i, tt- s. redeemer, 
that delivers slaves. 

*f fr^itj/', Irijl, va. to make prisoner, 
to enslave ; to take captive, to take : 
to seduce, to gain. 

^k-plr^uip ,,uij a. s. that makes priso- 
ner, that leads into slavery, captivity, 
that takes captive. 

S-fr/j/i , />t'"j s. captive, slave, priso- 
ner ; - •[i"['['i_< to be prisoner ; - wiiA^, 
to keep prisoner; - i/<"^i-/_, to bring 
captive. 

^tr[,[„r, t-iji^i vn. to become a priso- 
ner, to go into captivity. 

%/rp[iiru,j a. incomprehensible. 
^hpliin^juiiiiu'b a. inconceivable. 

%lr[t f iltp'^i o- supreme, superior, 
excellent, subUme, pre-eminent, high- 
er ; - .piui ad. pr. over, upon, above, 
beyond ; - i^lri_, to be above, to excel, 
to surpass, to surmount. 

^hpiru.'i.irj-, itj, , '\-hpiry,r, hgi, , 
f*-/>5-<.L^, irf, va. to shave ; to make 
bald. [ingbald. 

'\-lTpirnijfL s. act of shaving or mak- 

'^hp.nuii , nf a. fine, thin, subtile, 
delicate; white; - u,il,.-p, fine flour; - 
■4"^ ' finest bread. 

%l!-pj'u,'i,u,p.,Ji,ni-Pltii s. germanism. 

^•lrp,ru/hui[u<,u s. who speaks German. 

'{'Srpinu'buiiiu/i, a. germanic. 

^trpirui'iiuigl, , gL-nj a. s. German. 

%hp,r,u'i,ypk'ii ad. in german ; s. Ger- 
man, the German language ; - m^uu,^ 
"itlrij q.[„„i^^, /uoulr/_, to Icaru, to know, 
to speak German. 

*i'irp,r>uu,„ , nj s. hot. lupine. 

%lrpj'u,p,i.liu,,l^, a. superhuman. 

%trpj..,p^y a. very estimable, most 
reverend. 

%lrpn^[3-l,i^, s. captivity, slavery, 
servitude, yoke ; tie ; transmigration ; 

/. - ,[^.,plr.r, .lu,pl„r, /. ^kpn^P^k 4u^p/r,r 

S. '\-lrpir.r, %irpl..r. [celleut. 

%lrp„Li,ujli o,. sublime, eminent , ex- 
%lrpnL^„i,li„^p^l,i.'i, s. sublimity, pre- 
eminence, excellence. 

%lrp.l,u.\p S. %hp.l,„^!H.. 

^irp,[,h,r, htji va. to ravage, to ruin, 
to pillage, to sack. 

^/rp,/,[,^a. that ravages, plunderer. 
^'/rpi/>nL.;/i, s. ravage, ruin, pillage. 



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'{•k-p ^uA pr. above, beyond. 
^irpopliiuj/i a. extraordinary, excel- 
lent, rare, transcendent. 

•ffr^Y.' 'K^of t'^'i?-' tl"--d'3 *• "^'il- 

lage, country. 

%lro,ilru/ii s. pi. villages. 

'i'.fiuP ,«■-,/' s. fleece, wool. 

^,llr,r, tj// va. to card, to comb 
(wool); to tear; [• 4^1.^ - A. ^ £nt^ «,_ 
•/ujij to make ropes of sand. 

•J.^frn-tiT, t-^t va. to attract, to grap- 
ple, to grasp, to catch. 

^qbi^s. carder. [i-™^. 

%illip , ^luij s. hot. rush ; S. T-t^/o. 

'j.^/ny , •ajj s . casket, drawer, small 
box, till; desk. 

%>li>n^l'li s. little box. 

•f-^t S. S-'tf [again. 

'i'iP- conj. at least, however ; only, 

^•kzj tbzfjs s. corpse, carrion, dead 
body: a. bad, ill; - uipfiu/iit-ij to de- 
vour or make beasts eat. 

'^^^uii-ku %ki_ •tkz_ ad. in several 
pieces, by bits, piecemeal. 

S"4f.. tl'2:'3 ' t"3 "■• tumid, moist; 
lewd, libidinous ; - u/^uiifjuy , ear-wax. 

%k" I •tt""3 ' """3 *• hair, head of 
hair, long hanging hair. 

%k"' f tl""l'3 ' "••"3 s. skilful, learn- 
ed man; magician, sorcerer, E^trolo- 
ger, prophetic. [full. 

^^r ' tl'C'"3 "• f^*) corpulent, plump, 

'i'Pojlr , f a. clement, compassion- 
ate, merciful, humane, benign, mild, 
charitable, flexible, tender. 

%Pui,r, uijl' vn. to compassionate, to 
pity, to be moved to compassion, to 
pardon, to grow tender. 

%Pu,utpB.^R-^^- 

'^•p-,uu[ipuipuip ad. tenderly. 

^.p..,„[,pir,r Q. %pu,j: 

'\'P u,t,ppni-P fii-i s. tenderness. 

'\-ptir, Jrji[, vn. to stumble, to trip ; 
to commit a fault ; to fail. 

^Plr,r, %P t-jnu.jiu'blrir, ni.jp VO.. tO 

stumble, to make one stumble", to se- 
duce, to pervert. 

^Pn^P[.i-^i s. clemency, mildness, 
pity, compassion, mercy, humanity. 

^Pn^Hh J. stumble, false step. 

^-j-ri-M/lij; JL-j„j , '^-J-.f.ahij', "bhjuijvn- 
to pout, to be sulky with, angry, of- 
fended, in a passion; to take offence. 

^J-^nhnupiii-'bs. vexation, sulkiness, 
anger. 

•fcf/.n. a. harsh, unpleasant. 



'{•J-inpiT, mt-^uy vti. to differ, to disa- 
gree, to quarrel. 

•}></-.»fi£-^/.ti s. altercation, conten- 
tion, dispute, quarrel, discord, dissen- 
sion, disagreement. 

S"/' . "I s. juniper-tree. 

S"/'£.«. a. stone easily thrown by the 
hand ; [• - ^.u/^, to -wheel. 

*K^a-, 5f.a-/>3 s. line, stroke, dash, 
trace; notch, incision, cut; flourish; 
■hyphen. 

*\-[,7Ciafn/l, , etc. S. ^[i^^l-n/ii , Otc. 

,*|./A, q.^,„j s. price ; value ; tax, esti- 
mate, valuation ; rate, tariff; purchase, 
bargain ; - ^•uwuAt-ij mp/iu/it-^ to rate, 
to appreciate, to value, to estimate, to 
tax, to set a price on a thing ; u,'i„up^ 
- e,,u$nu/iihi_, to undervalue ; -liinj ,un.^ 
"jinL-ij ifinj uinuibiuijio buy, to purchaso 
for money ; •^•nj iuriiihi_iih"-p . to drink 
water that has cost money ; V*'"j ?**/.. 
to buy dearly ; puM^jpuij/nL-juAtr^j luTtX-^ 

unE-atuti/r/j npnt-qiufiirlj lint-Uiah-ant-atulilrf 

ft to raise, to -augment, to reduce, to 
lower the price ; •Ib'^^L. ^»iA ^i/y , 
to bargain; unilnp-uliu/i, -, price-cur- 
rent ; npn^k-uMi^ - , no abatement ; ^iA-. 

c'i. •t'-'^sh A -e^"^ •^•"3 ' I """ill pay 
you the price. 

S'/'i<»7/fs"«-, "'5 a. wine-bibber, drunk, 
intemperate, drunkard. 

*^pbuipp.ni^ , nt-ui^ s. pi. crapulcnce, 
intemperance , gluttony , feasting , 
drunkenness. 

•f/A^, ifiin.!!!^, if-lij s. ear-ping, 
buckle, ear-drop. 

^[•%t-ut^ , lrk"'3 *• small wine. 

%lfiilrp.yp , '\-p,k-p.nL.qf„ o. that produ- 
ces much wine, abounding in wine. 

^lUik-n-nfl, a. wine-colour. 

^Iftihiik'J' «• tipsy, intoxicated. 

*\'p,lr^,j a. tipsy, drunk. 

'^p.kh-uiiil.li s. flowered sour grapes 
or verjuice; flower of the wild wine. 

'{•[iii/r/iuipiuu s. barrel or vase of 
wine. 

S.^5>t4,o.r a. that has the flavour of 
wine, winy, vinous. 

*f /AA-4'"* s- wine-taster (instrument). 

^^lUtlr'iuimnc.p-liiA s. abstinencB from 
wine. 

I'li'fit^iup a. drunk, tipsy. 



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'i-fiit-^uipPiT, t-juif vn. to get drunk, 
intoxicated, to fuddle, to tipple. 

%l^ilr^uipn^p-liM^i s. drunkenness. 

*l>/Ai-4/.«, a. smelling of wine. 

%lfbh7Cu/i, a. drunk, tipsy. 

%lfblr'2Cai'iini-[3-liLii s. drunkeunoss. 

S"/'%A»/", ir^t vn. to be seasoned with 
wine. 

%in,irMrni_, u,g a. great drunkard, to- 
per, sucking-bottle. [wine. 
^lUitriipnt-i, s. dregs, sediment of 
S-ZAti'"//", Irjiy vn. to get drunk, 
tipsy. [drinker, tippler. 
S>/AA-»4-^ a. that loves to drink, 
S"/Ai-./ui2C«in. a. s . tavern keeper, 
wine-merchant or seller ; -^ , selling 
of wine, wine-shop. 



^^Inih-uujTCujn-hll MunnL-c-, 



Munni~l^uui 



com- 



merce of wine. 

^Ifi.hmni. a. who offers wine. 

^yiilrmn^i s . tavcru, wine-cellar : 
wine-shop. 

S'/At.-t*" «• abounding in wine. 
^[fiili, %i-nj, 'iih-iug s. wine : ^i-mpp-iu^ 

iiuti iiniiin ft Mt-lihi^nj 1 irlin.tt.lib[iu Juiu/lilrft 
uu-KjiL-oo uihltiutih-it fi t^fihL.n9 mlthi^ tO 

be merry with wine, to drink, to get 
drunk ; p-uiililri_ if^ , uP-iMiipt-i_ ft i/.^^ 
"tii-y , to sleep one's self sober; ^«-u»^_ 
p-ui^m-^iutilri^ b •tl^'-'!J • ^o make tipsy, 
to fuddle ; uimpnyui^ , to clear the wine. 

%lfbji , tihinj s. coriander. 

S"^7/«£.p/.ti s. intoxication. 

^[.^[u.n'iii, S-Al-''^*-/" ct- that eats 
dead bodies, carnivorous, ravenous. 

4-/'£«""it/r, frj/f va. to tear, to devour; 
-qJliJhu/iiu, to tear each other, to tear 
one another to pieces. 

%l,^tnl,^a. ravenous, 

^tztc ' y • I'' ""J *• Jiigbt; darkness, 
obscurity ; -«<»- ■ /> -/> ad. by night, 
during the night; nightly ; q-% n,gpji, 
or /» poiA, all the night, ufb^ai^ - , 
sleepless night ; - jun^liuilriiuiliufb , eter- 
nal night, night of the tomb ; 4t2fni»^» , 
u/itb^jl^ - , delicious , impenetrable 

night ; umhi^i tudiriiuapi L^ o— ^ ludl/ltuijb t 

all day and night ; ^uiumpuil^ -«»«- , at 



4-ba 120 

mid-night; q-^ /»«-/» oifinuliu/ii uin-lruti_, 

hidden by the night or darkness ; «.V 

^niX ,u'liJjni-giu'blri_q--% ,i0^a.%9, 0, SleCp- 

less or bad night ; - /< •nn.-i^i^l-'u'ii A-y.4- , 
the day changed into night; .«/.»- «»»t. 
%Iti^,I-%, to turn night into " day ; /Ay. 
,n,^p^ -nfli, in the darkness of night; 
u,ii.,u'i,iri_„,-ph^ q-% , to set up all night, 
to pass the whole night ; ir,u^i_ qlrpli,y_ 
%n^p^l,^% _,«3% jlrptu, to pass every 
h'yc ''-" -y • 

that walks, 



night in singing ; Jfii^tn 
while it was yet dark. 



goes by night. 

^^l^hptuifn^utpiC s. marvel of Peru. 
^l>zl^P'-J-'"'fs. hourof night; nocturn. 
S>/rjAr/.u./ou.-t'fc ad. by night, nightly. 
S"/'2fr/'/"4'">' a. nocturnal. 
*Vt2tc"'k''r"i «• obscure, dark. 
%tz]rp"''^""- •*• ^^''• 



S>/.^/./o4^ 



up s. equinox ; q-l'lr 



~1'3 • equinoctial line. 
^li^l„a,in,.k.i s. great mole. 



"^bdrv 



or 



SlUlpUli 



./>4 «• 



makes war during the night. 



Miti 



•ZJTP 



utuiulIMn I 



tjMlluinuint-t 



that 



s. nocturnal combat. 

'^[•itrptuiTni-lib S. bat. 

S>/ijt/»./.y<»^ or jiuh-ni-a. noctivagant. 

'^tztc'liP' ^- nocturnal. 

^b2}rp"ip' <^d- ^J night, nightly, in 
the night time. 

'^•[•^pia'/iuiMr, uMgii'i vn- to grow dark, 
to become obscure. 

'^bztP'"ZPU''i °- *• noctambulist, som- 
nambulist ; night-rambler. 

^Ii^p.u^i2ni.p-[,i^, s. noctambulism, 
somnambulism. 

^[i^/iuMufuMi, , uy a. s . nocturnal 
guard ; -^ , -m-P-piJb s. bivouac, patrol, 
sentinel. 

0% s. nocturn. 

that loves night or 






darkness. 

'^li^puiilmp , [, s. Venus, the evening 
star ; S. S"fc^^/'"'?*"'j • 

*}-/fjt/,o/?/..r vn. to pass the whole 
night ; to sit up or to watch all night 
in the open air. 

%l'^n s. fur-coat, pelisse. 

^[•t"'ty''' a. more damp or moist; 
bleared. 



. '\'[,2i''tfi- , li-ft's a. blear-eyed. 

"Vl'lu-jp, , 4>^-^A a . damp, moist ; 
lascivious, wanton. 

^(.^"riiMjir, u.^";i vn. to get humid, to 
become damp; to pollute one's self. 

^•[,ln,_p-[,i.% s. humidity, moisture ; 
pollution, masturbation, onanism ; im- 
purity, [hair grow. 

'\-l,u,upnL-,i(u a. that which makes the 

•i-/"/««?.fr/»s^ a. cut or shaved head of 
hair. • 

^l,uu.[un.l,^ a. dishevelled hair. 

4-^um4 , «.j s. head of hair, long hair. 



nuutltiu. 






%b 

^yhuuMp, 

^l,„u„.np , u.g a. hairy, long-haired : 
s. comet: Greek monk. 

'{•[imm.i-n/i, a. more learned. 

^[.•nui/f, «#3 a. knowing, wise, ex- 
perienced, [confident. 

*|-/.,«i/»4//j a. conscious, acquainted, 

'\-[iaiMu//jai-Pf s. conscience ; know- 
ledge. 

^liuiu/iiuiir, uigiuf vn. to know, to have 
commerce or intimate relations with 
some one. 

'^[iiiiiajni.qiz,%lrj; ni-jl[i vu. to acquaiut, 
to instruct, to inform. 

%l,u,hib a. that may be known, per- 
ceivable ; -:f. , 0. note, remark. 

'\-liu,ir,r, uLu^f, va. to know, to per- 
ceive ; to learn, to understand ; to feel, 
to recognize ; to be able ; to consider, 
to observe , to note ; to believe : to 
know, to have a carnal connection 
with ; "^ - . to be ignorant of, not to 
know ; - i^-^p or ^/»% , to lie with a man 
or woman ; n^ •i-b'"^ nuiJip- , he has no 

shame ; .H*"?^ l^utptnutp q-pinh-iT quyb f J. 

know it throughly; ^l-a,lr,r, I do not 
know, I am ignorant of it ; ^pmu,„^ip , 



know! ^- i[i%i_ 
what to do. 



anjtn-f 



to be at a loss 
[cally. 



'{•[„n^,.up.u,p ad. learnedly; scientifi- 
S./.ifAu.^n/^/ a. very learned. 

j'nifi%uJl/fiAni-la-ptJi o. ^^pinnt-P niji • 

%l-mn,i_s. scholar, learned man ; pro- 
phet. 

^[•u,n^p-[,^% s. science, knowledge ; 
doctrine, understanding, wisdom, stu- 
dy, art ; - //y/i , know, you are inform- 
ed, you must know ; flimn^p-t-iaJp , 
knowingly. 

•J./../f..tA , in%nj a.s. learned, lettered, 
literate, wise, knowing, well perform- 



ed; skilful, intelligent: diviner, foretel- ♦ hunting ; -^ npn^^afliji , tape-wonn ; tr_ 



ler ; - ^_j^ , know, you are informed, 
yon must know ; - um^ikij to inform. 

%he ^tP"3 ^- letter, character ; book, 
volume, writing; letter, epistle; let- 
ters, science, literature; holy scripture, 
Bible ; - or Pn.-,iP .IL-Iiith^i, , act of di- 
vorce ; D. J^^Miiu^iupi^ujb ; — iuiLlilr^ 4"'w 

"iilrij to publish, to write ; - 4.u««/i«». 
«"*/_. to post up or stake on the wall a 
bill, writing or advertisement; /» - , /A^ 
f.^»i^ ui'iiiiuiiiiru lUiilru to be written or 
registered ; qy-pn^l^ or ly-pnilp tu,i_, to 
dedicate one's self to reading ; /• - '"/»_ 

I^UMblrf_t ^luiitriy iLnn^Jhriy uin^uihiuqnM-aia^ 
uh-^, ^1 i^nh UMILllhrif 1'hph ^wp^uMhh-l^ tO 

write, to write down, to registrate ; to 
treat a subject; to circumscribe. 

^lliiuhiuir, wjui/ vn. to fatten, to 
grow fat. 

'^'lipuiuiuipuip a. fat, plump, corpu- 
lent; fertile, abundant. 

^[iptaj/ni-gu/bt-ir, "«-jf vn. to fatten, 
to make fat; to make clammy. 

^lipuynju^l,^ a. fattening. 

%l'Pt a. delicate, soft, downy, ten- 
der, genteel. 

'^I'ck ' tpkb • •H'k"'3 *• t'^^ two arms 
extended, open arms ; bosom, breast: 
latnom ; —u MMtnl^iuhhtt — pI"p- "" piutnji 
lpilri_, to embrace, to hug one another ; 

{^1- "-" iTinitilth-ij — n^t ""#^7^ Wb^lt to 

draw the bow well; lufli fib^ jt'i'ki' c'- 
^ltu% fw -u [ii-p p-iu^hfj whilst he drew 
his bow tight ; - /A^ - /uu/^ii/.^ or [.nuni 

^ihlri, — n^'t /f«"t-'ir or i^nt^a^tip.pjujn^i Or 

•]-pliu.luujiA ijfhhij to wrestle, to struggle 
with one ; - c^?- luumX lin-li^- or Juipm , 
wrestling. 

S"^^"«-/?f J. plumpness, corpulence. 
vl'pp I ti'"3 S. '^bp and 'T'plruAf 

^•/.t.,^, Y-A-.^, ^.j, J. village; country; 
//.%«Y., pii,^^t-i_l, - , to go to or live in 
the country. 

'\'P,.,fui^ s. little village ; villa. 

S-^i-Yi</(u<% s. peasant, clown. 

"'[•t-iliat-uA I 'i'lu-ifu/piiiiiiiif' s. small 
town, borough. 

'{■[i^illruA , f /"-^o/>4j: I kl'j s-pl. vil- 
lages, country. 

4>/ȣ../. , ly s. invention, discovery, 
finding; profit: artifice: salvation: 
finder ; um. ^- , for the want of; ^,u„i_ 
-:f., fine or rare inventions or disco- 
veries ; -^ Jtliu/i,^ , fishing ; - npuy , 



ni'al' -p*"?. «"■*"**' 4!" /' -" p you will save 
your soul; /i- ,uirhij to invent; /» - 
uilfl'lj to be invented. 

1y:"/3""-"y. cd. in rolling, tumbling 
down. 

Syj"*' < t < '"3 *• cylinder. 

%iu/biuli s. rolling pin- 

^lu/iiuiJtlr^ a. cylindrical. 

Sy<«A™«/", ""j'^/ vn. to become blunt- 
ed, to get dull.' 

*l-/£"^/>7- uin.%tir va. to break, to 
bruise with a stone. [noise. 

'{.^jn^iip s. pi. gurgling ; murmur ; 

^^kj; tj/. vna. to roll ; to wheel ; 
to surpass, to excel; to bend, to in- 
cline ;- ^tnA , to extend or stretch 
out the hand ; - qn^ qpii^t-utirf. , to win 
over, to attract, to gain one's favour ; 
jS"'-*""^*! - funp^p,f.n!^ , to be on the 
Greeks side, to be a partisan of the 
Greeks ; - q^iy/ni-iih uipk-njuiiuiii , to 
din, offuscate, darken or eclipse the 
splendour of the sun. 

%llfi,uii.mp , MMij a. that has a head- 
ache ; dizzy, giddy ; whose brains are 
disordered, mad ; - p-jpipai-P-licii , diz- 
ziness. 

'{•^utaif.u.pnM-PJi s ' head-ache ; mad- 
ness ; giddiness. 

(]yA""?'^/'^ . '"S ^' 'w^liose head is 
shaven: barefaced. 

l-^uuiffp, 1-pwj s. initial, capital 
letter; inscription, title. 

'\-iluu,^l,p , t-pt s. coif, head-dress: 
where is the head of a Saint preserved. 

^iluu.h-u/iipni-P-liii' s. heaviness of 
the head. [pudent. 

%l^u,liu,n. a. headstrong; bold, im- 

^iPiuiliuipMf-ni-P-l^i s. division into 
several chapters, order, arrangement ; 
summary, compendium ; index. 

*\.^,uiinp a. ashamed, confused. 

•].^«^4«^^yr, h^,yvn. to be ashamed. 

4/^«»4"'"'*-'^' etc. S. '\'iluu,u,lr,r, etc. 

%^„iui,>up s. oppressor ; tomahawk. 

c|y^.ui4<»^( , u»3 *. poll-tax, capi- 
tation, head-money. 

•WuiA inUlii s. chub, mullet. 

'\.Jj,uAp s. pi. the heads. 

^i/uu/imj , «._3 s. cap ; helmet. 

4y^»«"2^«^ 4./.u-._. head-dress, veil. 

'^^u^muj^ , ,«j a.s. life-guard. 

%ittu,uiuMm , [ng s. turban, head-band. 



serves capital punishment. 
4Y/'<u>u££r«, s. general. 
4'//'"""fArm/7<_/J/.i-'*/ s. generalship. 
4//'""/" a- headless. [behead. 

'\-^'u,u,lrir, /rj[, va. to decapitate, to 

'^'^uuiii.n^P^liJii , ^iluuiuini^Ul, S. dOCa- 

pitation, execution. 

1y^<«^4 ' ""jj *■ hat ; cap, bonnet. 

^iluu.plilJ', h^i,j vn. to bend one's 
head. [ache- 

•Jy/""'j""- I "y «• that has a head- 

%llu,ujju,L,nU^li.^i s. head-ache. 



S-zf" 



s.a. prince, master, 



Hn 122 T-iTP 

miapintuig o. capital, that de- 1* moon ; -«««»/»«-»/. new year's day;- 

p«A/iy , exordium, preamble; point, 
article ; - -2!.aiiuiui,upi,uM^ , end of the 
street; - mmil/ii , beginning of a verse ; 
ttiiLbni- S^f ^"hpi- 1 tib'y ^ni-ifii^ t the 
Lord will take away thy master from 
thee ; mJiihi^ qfll"- •hI""^ npiy-n^ , to 
take the number of the children; ^«._ 
■Si//" -_^ uiuiuiJ-n^ , how many punish- 
ments ? '^u/lihi_i^iii. —% or 1^1- Iliun-iUipil 

ijjum'ii^iu'iiu rn-pni-^, to have oue's reven- 
ge, to punish ; - uiirp.uMn^,u,i_, to revolt; 
u,'Lliu/i,l,i_,f-j-ibin^ to fall suddenly on the 
enemy; ^>ki_ii^li li^n-u , to put one's 
life in jeopardy ; 4-"^ /» - . to put one's 
self at the head, to be the leader; - p.». 
i/y . finally, at length, in conclusion. 

^ini^Uh s. defeat, ruin. 

^[uuinp , y or // s. gall, gall-nut, oak- 
leaf apple. 

%l„,nnpuii,u,ira. that tastes like gall. 

4-6-'-"^/'/» , Y^r"y «• traced, sketched: 
s. designer ; draught; drawing; sketch; 
writing, letter. 

^irui^flril', k-jl va. to trace, to draw, 
to delineate, to design ; to project, to 
describe, to paint; to sketch; to write, 
to form. 

%itui,ipni-P-li€^i s. dash, trace ; draw- 
ing, design; sketch, draught; form, 
delineation; writing. 

f*-'"*- , ifj s. ruled. 

S-6-t'/7 £-j/> va. to strike out; to erase, 
to mark with a flourish ; to write ; to 
cut, to scratch. 

'^•5-&-/7L/*/.ti s. baseness ; filthiness, 
meanness, sordidness, niggardness. 

%h-n,-h-, ^S-6-/i o. vile, abject; sor- 
did, niggardly. 

^itopk'ii ad. as a line. 

%A.iiTir, h^l va. to abject, to humble. 

'\'JtA[,J', ■iirj.^i vn. to be debased, to 
become abject or contemptible. 

S"'f£^p • [• • t'lt^pe ' ^rj ■*'• clergyman, 

ecclesiastic. 



superior, deacon; capital, principal, 
fundamental, essential, first. 

•1y/"""-"/""P"'/' or «;t" ad. princi- 
pally. 

'{•^u.i-npti/; tr^l va. to finish, to end, 
to terminate; to abridge, to reduce. 

'^JuuiL.iipliir, Irg-ii vn. to have the 
pre-eminence, to bo at the head: to be 
finished : hot. to bud. 

^Juu.u.npnL.p^l,.^! s. superiority, pre- 
sidency, priority, supremacy. 

%i[uItJ; lrj[i va- to decapitate the 
idols, to destroy; to turn about: S. 

*\'it'bF^3 c-d. the head uncovered. 
^{["[••liyp ad. the head downwards. 
^.^..^ilUp ad. the head upright. 
^i^nilpi ,1- ad. himself, personally, 
in person ; all, totally, entirely. 

%in[i ad. in rolling, tumbling down. 

va. to roll. 

^inpl„r, y^u;] vn. to sink, to fall. 

%inpni-Sfu s. roll, downfall. 

Sy? <-/«, iilun^ s. head; chief; summit, 
top; individual; the first place, the first 
rank ; - tpn^ • chapter ; - iun^^ , prow ; 
- if-npirn^ , master-piece; - j««///I<{^/r , 
point, cape; - u/utihu/ii , angular stone; - 
uhu/b, capital;- n-puijhtj, capital, funds, 
principal, capital or principal sum; 

by head, for each person ; so much a 
head ; ^^fl' »/«-/? opi 'J, - , all this week ; 
(fuifflilri_ - 1 to be covered, to put on 
one's hat; [•.•u'limi^ q-, to uncover, to take 

off one's hat ; '// - i,u/l,hlj ,nu/lilri_, uiirlri_, 

to finish, to conclude, to bring to a 
head, to end, ^ - hi^trf^ i,u,uii,'i,ki^ •t'"ii 
irpP^uii^, to be finished or brought to a 
close, to end, to come to an end;- 
uiifunj , the first day of the month, new 



[arrow. 
S"i5[^4 or qnUi, cfliy s. uotch of an 

f'l^P-np b. ^futtinp , 

%^[-ir, y^,y vn. to kneel down, to 
sit squat. 

%rp/rp, u,j s, dome, cupola, vault, 
arched roof. 



Vb\i. 125 

*\'>rptp-m^lif a . adorned with 
vaults ; vaulted. 

^Wphp-uiijip a. in the shape of a dome, 
vaulted, convex- [that has a ceiling. 

'{•ifph-p-lrmj a. vaulted, wainscotted, 

^.rptp-S. ^rptp^. 

•j-Jt J-, /rj^ , T-jt^ ,r, y. va, to lie 
down. 

'{■'iiiuftnj, [ij a. bought, purchased. 

'Vii«.4«.ui , «/j s. appraiser ; auc- 
tioneer and appraiser. 

*)>'i..«4<«<»£-<r, tj/f vtt' to appraise, to 
estimate, to value, to tax. 

%%ui^,umnt-P-l,tA s. estimate, valua- 
tion, taxation, tariff. 

•lA.».r, uy/lr vn. to go, to walk, to 
repair; to abandon; to behave one's 
self, to conduct one's self; to flow, to 
flow away; to be in circulation; to act, 
to prevail ; to run, to overflow ; - q^%l- , 

^/rin — , to follow ; — iQiCiuliiuiMiutpi, , 
aTCuniuMUllMin^tUL. , P^'*h TCluilUMH^iu nig , qLnn 

ti!ni/[ip , to walk ; — /« 'Urcy 2p"3 > ^o 
swim ; - /# ^npa , to go on hands and 
feet, to grope; np ^tt«.y /. At-n.,, or [• 
4ki"y it-n-uij , that walks on its hands, 
or who walks on his hands ; jumi,i,„Iiu,_ 
inM.p[,tA uM%^irun_- , to bo corrupted ; ^ 
pmj -, to go away; to depart; - j-m,^ 

piujn^^ f to die ; »< A^'/ '^'"'li um- %nutiM 

p.u!b^ auiiun^uMihuigit , the threats make 
no impression on them ; i^ii-i-^ir - , to 
resist; - mpnt-lrump , to be in use, 
vogue or fashion; i-npir^ •fiiuM^h-un^, 
things that are past ; [> •ftiuiifyint^r 
uii-ni-p . yesterday, the other day ; 
^iugt-iau deceased. 

^\fbuifn,X a. ambulatory ; moveable. 

S*«»y . S*«"jip > jAj *• p'- gait, step, 
pace , course ; passage ; walk ; depar- 
ture ; circuit; way, journey ; current; 
conduct, behaviour, demeanour, man- 
ners, custom ; ^luylA t-pl'J uit-nt-p^ 

they walked three days through jfche 

desert ; q.u/n^/uit fi i^Muau^ia ^uinutq , to 

reform, to lead a better life. 

'{•%uijiu^ui'b , uM^ u. ambulatory, that 
walks; fuggitive; dying; deceased. 

^■Hiut^nUiU s. gait, carriage ; deport- 
ment; -^//»y, course. 

^iimjnt-guAt-ir, ni-uft VU. to CaUSO to 

walk or run. [that moves. 

^'hwjjni-^l<i_ a, that causes to walk, 



'fi'/<,7.«i6 ,<ry/,4 s. hot. southernwood.' 

*lA^.»4, ,„j s. globule, globe, bowl, 
spherical or round body ; pincushion ; 
apple ; -/»i»#f...- ot lu^nfinil.li , ball, bowl; 
ball ( at tennis ) ; - ilkiint-u,^ , swarm of 
bees ; - i,p,u^u,'i.f,^ , ball ; bullet, large 
ball ; - Jt/rn.'b,ulyni.,„j , juggler's cork- 
ball; - npP-ni, bud, button. 

S*7-«'//"»j[_«. ring of an ear-ring. 

^\fli^,uliiMili,uiqni.p-litii s. tennis. 

J^llf,tul£pn D. yttiuuit^pn, 

^•%^u,iinitirir, /rjif, vu. to bombard. 

^''Jiij-iutinitni-Pli^'b s. bombardmcnt. 

'Y^^mAti. a. round, spherical, orbicu- 
lar, spheroidal. 

1*ij..u.it«.n£./3^ti s, sphericity. 

*f%Y-<»*/«»//*, lajiu/ vn. to be spherical 
or round; hot. to bud. 

f^Y-iuuf t... , uiji s. brigadier, colonel. 

'l-^^.u/zfr.^. , u,iu/i, s. pin ; small pin ; 
bodkin. 

'\>'i,q.k-ir, tj/. vn. to make round or 
spherical; to condense; to become 
round. 

•^AA-.r, lrj[, va. to buy, to purchase 
for money, to take ; lupJ-mt, -, to buy 
cheap ; /3^/u^/4'"»V' - > to buy dear. 

'\-%nii_, laj s. purchaser, buyer. 

•f*^//.-, *\-%^t.m a. gipsy. 

^^ni-p s. dry cow-dung. 

']-n^,iys. bosom; lap; hollow, ca- 
■^ity ; - &P'"h or •ll"'''"3 ' grotto, ca- 
vern, den; - itmlnt-, handle ; creek; - 
%.»<:.»<-, hold of a ship ; - ^nph-k-i^ or -« 
lun^ini^u to be concave or filled. 



well, 



vd. to say. 

1-ny. , •l-n^jA-u p^^ or /lift ad. 

as, about, almost, nearly. 
'{•n^uiir s. hollow, cavity. 

^iw^u/iiuij; lujMuj vn. to be hollow, 
to become hollow. 

^ni-uit-np a. hollow, concave. 

tj.„^Ar J", tj/. va. to dig, to hollow ; 
to contain, to include. 

v'"f-j^'' S. T"^ ad. 

^nif-tinj S. (ii-p/iui'iinj . [real. 

^'•l-l' > if-y > •t'^'"3 o- leprous ; vene- 

^nif-nt-Pl.^!, s. leprosy ; syphilis. 



niphp 



hpu/h s. urethra. 



fnf^, nj, i"Ls. being, existance, that 
is : vd. to come ; coming. 
'\-ni_, [> s. heat. 

18 



'^nimfautni a. buming, ardent. 
^niufbiuMT, uM^iy vn. to warm one's self. 

'{•niuiant-juAlrir, nL-gji VU. to Warm. 

pour, exhalation, smoke, expiration. 

^n/np^u'buij; uigiuf vf. to evaporato. 

^ninp^^ni-Uii s. evaporatioD. 

S-»>4 «. content, easy, satisfied; - 
i/.ifr^, to be content, satisfied, to take 
it kindly. 

*l«fi4«up.«A s. that praises, thanks. 

^n'i,upiu%t-ir, i-jf va. to praise, to 
thank. 

'\>n^Mpm'iiai.p[i^% s. praisB, thanks. 

'{'n'iu/iiuiir, uijiui vn. to thank, to re- 
turn thanks. 

^ni,u,p, uij *. precious stone, gem, 
diamond ; a precious thing ; um-u, - , 
false stone, paste ; uA^/n-i -<»3. facet. 

^n^utpa/it s. place or instrument of 
praise, of thanks. [gem. 

*fn4u/^A-/^4* s. precious thing, jewel, 

*\-n^ui^nnuil[u/b a. that pralsBS, re- 
turns thanks. 

*J>n4.//jnijn«-/?/iiA , ^'n^ni.pj S. graCO, 

thanksgiving , thanks ; - or 1»»/.4»i-/.y. 
^ni.ni-P-lrui'b , Eucharist. [sharper. 

^n,i_, ng s. thlcf, robber, bandit; 

^nifuifLuip ad. like a thief. 

S-n'^u^iAs *• companion of the thief. 

'i-niiu.Jpm a. that is addicted to theft. 

^^ni/u/iiiMiJ', uigui) va. to rob, to steal, 
to take clandestinely, to take away, 
to purloin ; to pillage, to filch ; to em- 
bezzle, to misapply; n^utifu, - , to juggle; 
4^"*/*/'*=^ " * to cheat ; t^Jliuiu * i^^tptn , 
to captiyate, to entice. 

S«/i.^™j^4 a. clandestine, stealthy. 

S-«Y.t^, t-jj[, va. to hide, to conceal; 
to rob. 

S-n^^ 'A ^"Y^ «(/. by stealth, secretly. 

^niini-P[,Jb s. theft, robbery, rapine, 
expilation; extortion, plunder. 

l-nynLja s. robbery ; stealth. 

S'"Y5»«-7/i *. by-road. 

S-n^noi, , *l.nY_»iA/, a. stolcn, robbed ; 
unlawful, natural. 

9'"i'<'/» o. mild, delicate, soft, morbid. 

%nii>niiuip.,Mipp.uiii. a. who has a fine 
language or tender voice, soft or gen- 
tle in speaking ; alluring. 

'{•niiob , <J.„Y.„^jp , %iy s. theft, larceny, 
thing stolen. 
T-nXuj./*, [• s. turkois ; lapis lazuli. 



24 T-ns 

'^•aTCu.iihppi. s , hot. sa y , goat's 
beard. 
'\-nTC,nuii s. hot. oolt's-foot. 

T"»/"< t"" ' ty • typ > t"'-3^ ' ?■"/_• 
q.nin,j_vd. to be, to exist, to subsist. 

9>o./", irj s. stable, sheepfold, stable 
for oxen. [stable. 

'{•niruiiTni.in ilHiltr vH. to retire into a 

'\'nJkij J^i , iQuij s. buffalo. 

^n,rnpi s. sort of measure. 

4»»i/ , Aj s. being, existence, that is, 
substance; goods ;£»«» ?-;yf*, t^jt'-, 
^yl"- l"-pnil_, fnjlit- iu'ifi ad. as much as 
his means or property allow, as much 
as he had ; entirely , completely ; f> 
- uth-lrij to create, to cause to exist. 

^njMi,^, lug a. extant; s. being. 

^njiiiliu,% , utj a. that exists ; s. gr. 
substantive. 

%niailiiu%ni^p-J, s. oxistcnce, essence. 

'{•yuililig a. of the same nature ; con- 
substantial, coexistent. 

'\-njui^n,.p-l„^ s. consubstantiality, 
coexistence. 

S>n/«A.««r, •ujiuf vn. to be created, to 
exist, to be ; to be formed, produced. 

^njtMtu£lrin . ^nrujfiiui/ QT UinuMp S. that 

causes to exist, creator. 

S-zyufuf^-" ad. substantially. 

'\'n/,„juM^u/ti a. substantial ; essential. 

'{'nfa.jnt.p-pii, g. substaucB ; reality ; 
essence, being, creature. 

TV/«"j"»-jf'"^^«/"t "«-j/' va. to create, 
to give existence ; to produce. 

S>w"j"'-j/'i «• creator, that gives 
existence or being. 

S>«y.£.i-n^ a. existing, extant: rich, 
opulent, wealthy. 

^'n/im-niFliir, irtfuy vn, to be Created, 
to. exist; to be formed, produced; to 
grow rich. 

%nj,ui.npni43-l,i% s. existonco ; sub- 
stance ; creature. ■ [tiate. 

'^yiai^nlHirtr, tj^ va. to trausubstau- 

'^W"'V^"A""-/*/' •f- transubstantiation. 

T-«yfr^a. substantial. 

'\'yh,iu,pi.,i, ad. substantially. 

'\'n/t-.i.^ti,„% a, substantial. 

^njlriipiuipuip ad. substantially. 

^nih.ipini-P-liL^, o. substance. 

S'w*''Z."'-'" "• substantial. 

^njJ- , f-ni^J-pj s. lamentation, com- 
plaint accompanied with groans and 
cries ; sad news ; - mn.'i.i,!^, - j, ^.k-poAi 
uinhini-i_, - ifishi^, to lament, to deplore ; 



fithfj utniit-u muMi_, to bring bad 



- «.^4, 

news. 

'tw^P"'-"«"4 *• a kind of aromatic. 

^yti , tfjit^iy 3. colour ; complexion, 
ornament; tint, dye: jaundice; /?«.^ 
•t^L! ^•••••••^'lri_OT p.uMii%uMi_ij— , to disco- 
lour ; pr. as, like ; ad. so, thus, in this 
manner. 

'^n/%,u^j% ad. in divers colours. 

God preserve ua from it, God forbid; 
take care. 

'l»«yf.i_Mf.f. existence, being, nature, 
essence, substance, reality; goods. 

H>»A^t^, «iy s. turnip. 

*^nl,hui , ^niilrmi , ^n%l^ COHJ. &t IcaSt, 

above all things, however ; only, yet. 

•J»iA£^o. scurfy. [scurf. 

S'o'^'^otiuii/', tuguM) vn, to have the 

%ih,2n,^^,X s. scurf. 

^•"^S. 1'"/»j_^nd •piu^.f • 

1*"i*«r, ty/. vn. to cry, to exclaim, 
to cry out ; to call ; to bellow, to roar. 

'^n^gnL.gui%lr,r, ni-j[> VC. tO SOUUd, tO 

cause to sound or resound. 

T»»j/nA, ')'n^i-!& s, clamour, great 
cry, crash, noise, voice, exclamation ; 
hue and cry, uproar; bellowing, roar. 

^n^HUM^uM'ii a. sonorous. 

S«n/i- a. fierce, bold, haughty, war- 
like, martial; s. noise, anger, crash, 
attack, assault. 

'\-nn.utir, utjl' vn. to make a great 
noise, to be violently angry; to as- 
sault, to attack ; to insult. 

'^nn.h^ or n.lr,i_ s. wasp ; gad-fly; 
horse-fly. 

S>««.n^, «#y a . arrogant, proud, 
haughty, imperious, insolent; s. tyrant. 

'^nnjiijmp.uii, ad. haughtUy, proudly. 

^tin-a^aAiaiT, uijiy Vtl. to bO prOud 

of, puffed up, elated. 

'i'nnLm^,ci3[,ci, s. prldo, haughtiuess ; 
insolence, arrogance, presumption; 
lordliness, tyranny. 

^na.n^is. uolse, shrlck, cry. 

'^an.n^P-pLJ, , '^nnJwL.^ S. aUgCr, vio- 

lence, noise; haughtiness. 

*!•"<» . ^nu^ , or ^nut-p s. kettle-drum ; 
if-nuhpu •t"i^u to beat the kettle-drum. 

*h»^«. praise, eulogy. 

^nil^pju'ii a. s. that praises, praiser. 

'i'mluipuAttT, t-gP va. to praise. 

'{'ntlfMtp.uAnM-p-l.tA s. praise, eulogy. 

^nil«itiuA , /ly s, that praises, praiser. 



s-nr 

^nifuiuu^iiufiiu'ii a. of praise. 

^n^uiuuM'iihj; Irgf, va. to praise. 

^niliuiiii/bni-P^pi.% s. praise, eulogy. 

'\'n4trjj, a. praise-worthy, plausible. 

'I'n./t.r, tgpva. to praise, to glorify, 
to exalt, to magnify, to applaud, to 
celebrate, to renown ; to cense ; - 4«'_ 
l,[i [ii/ii or jm'ii^.ltu , to extol, to com- 
mend excessively ; - quA^, to glory, 
to boast. 

^n^lruin , ftj s. pralsB, culogy, pane- 
gyric ; incense ; glory. 

l-nilf^a. s. praiser. 

^n^n^p-yju , ^niinija s. pralso, culo- 
gy; honour, glory; •i-mlni.p-truMirp., lau- 
dably. 

'^npif. s. carpet. 

•i>op4- , n/ s. work, affair, thing, deed, 
action, operation, business, trade, ne- 
gotiation, practice, agency, enterprise, 
labour; commission; fact, effect, me- 
rit; manufacture; make; -^u.£n«-_ 
/*i-oi%,esploit, sigaal action in war; 
lujp -nf or -ng , an active man, a cle- 
ver man ; »p -n, , a working day ; - t 
^u,u/jilri_, it is difficult to find ; - «f»»A£-^. 

/^I- — lapliuiblrij ft — •upllu/bh-l_, i^llrij tO 

make use of, to employ, to use ; to 
practise, to effect, to accomplish, to 
execute, to realize ; ^ - u.irhi_, to use, 
to employ, to make use of; f.uM%u [• - 
u,„i,yi^ to establish, to advance, to 
take for granted, to agree ; i^ni, f. - 
MMip^uAhu to undertake, to begin, to 
commence;-, or -:/• U,n-"!^frc'jr . the 
Acts of the Apostles ; *n#t- t"k -"■/-• 
ipso facto, caught in the act ;- •un.-nii, 

- ^.f. -n,i, transitorily, indifferent- 
ly; /, - or £% - iTmuAlri^ to enter on 
one's duties ; - /"-*t/_ /Aq. m-Jkp , to 
have to do with some one, to have 
business with some one ; {• - uipliu/blri^ 
qbrplil,p , to cultivate or till the ground; 

- qi't^^ •in.pn.j, to make use of the 
wind; - opu,^u/h , journey work. 

^nptrus^lp s. actor, executor. 
^„pir,a,,.pirj; tj^ vn. to execute ; to 
practise. [tice. 

'{•npl^uMif-pn^p^'-lb s. executiou ; prac- 
^„pi^u,ir, n) s. work, manufacture; 



web, weaving. 

%npiruMiriuliiJu a. usual. 



use. 



[ploy. 
to em- 



^npitiuitni-P^lii^ s. use, employ, prac- 
tice, exercise, management. 
^npiriuli , tuj s. maker, worker. 



•fflp I 

*|-«/.i-«i4«Y„ tug t, officer, minister, 
commissary, commissioner; manager, 
agent, factor, negotiator ; attorney. 

^'npfr,ufiuiin.-Plii^i s. place, office; 
agency, business of an agent ; procu- 
ration. 

'{'nitiruiiiu'i, a. practical, active. 

'{•npifiu/^uAiuuiku ad. practically. 

'{'npiriulfi.iiiilrj', lrjj[i vu. to mako, to 
operate. 

l-nptrui^u/iini-Plit^ s. act, deed, ac- 
tion, operation. 

S-/r^6-u»4'""""/' *• diplomatic agent. 

*J'"/»*-"'4^j f- cooperator; associate, 
coadjutor ; - ip-lru to cooperate ; to 
contribute, to concur. 

'^npitu.^jni.p'l, s. cooperation, con- 
currence, coadjuvanoy. 

^uiib-u/iinj s. workshop, laboratory. 

'l»/f^4-u.m5//.i_/3/.ti s. act, affair, work, 
enterprise, business, office, place, em- 
ployment, [builder. 

4'"^6-/"<«-n«-i «"j s. contraetor;-niaster- 

•J>n^6-u»u^^ u. laborious, active, di- 
ligent. 

^iipffwulipnt-P-licfi, s. activity, love 
of work or labour. / 

^npiranli-tp , Muj s. intendant, officer ; 
foreman, overseer. <, 

^npir,uu,lr,ag O. ^Zy, idlO. 

*l"nf>S-«""»"'-i> s. manufactory. 
*)rnp^iupu/i, , u/j s. manufactory ; in- 
strument; organ. [organical. 

^np^uff ujT/tAt/^tu% f ^npifinpitjItuMi^nn £/. 

^ij[i(tMupiu[, , uig a, negotiator, cor- 
respondent, agent. [gency. 

^nf,ir,upu,pni-P-l,i^, s. negotiation, a- 

^npituii-np , uig j'. a. maker, work- 
man, labourer, worker ; husbandman, 
farmer: efficacious; - opiuliu/i,, jour- 
neyman; 7-#«« -."J, working-class. 

%npiru,t-ni,ni.[3-l,^, s. work ; labour. 

^npithil, a. feasible ; maker; s*. coal. 

^nph-lrj; irjl, vu. to work, to make, 
to do, to fashion, to manufacture ; to 
commit, to perpetrate ; to knit; to 
twist; - ^^^4/^. . to cultivate, to la- 
bour, to till ; - qUpiiuiP , to forge ; ^.</^ 

•j-nptrWgk^ Ifnp uipuipk^rf. , JQU haVO 

done very wrong ; r^A^ .^ n/.S^ i-npltl^^ 
ghp wf.ni. i^„i. jy,j_, why have you done 
this to us ? - q.u-j,cpk'i-'--Rl-A , to do 
wrong ; to commit a crime ; - ^.o/.^u>. 
pni-Pl"^', to act with justice ; - ^pji^ 
linuPl„^, , to effect salvation ; - ^u.%^ 
•i-hpiu , to make clothes ; liinp^, funp^ - 



26 s-nn 

•jMtM.uiuM'thi , to make small oompart- 
ments in the ark; ^u.^-, to give a 
dinner; «*uAu."/«</f4 -. to open up a 
way. 

^„p&[,, *-«-fyi ft-*-"»y J. instrument, 
machine, tool"; organ; utensil, furni- 
ture. 

4-'Y'6'/i<i>(uA/ a. instrumental. 

^npitn,if,i-Ppi-^' s. act, action, pro- 
ceeding, function, operation. 

'\-np})-ni.u,(t , nj s. fabrication, work. 

^npirnM^, ']-api>^„%, u,j OT ['J a. plOUgh- 

ed land; S. '\'np}^nt-'bt-mj • 

^•nptrnt^lrail , ^nph^t^ilruij , ^tfij/ Or 

%t„/y«^^ lru,j s. a. workman , maker ; 
minisfer ; active, busy ; efficacious. 

'{•npitAt-%t"^Pf' s. efficacy; activity. 

*l*"/'2-' h "• ash-coloured, gray. 

^npfutluuifui , ^np^lautpjtL. fl, dapple \ 

grayish, grizzly. [ring. 

'^np^uiuiiMi^Miihf 1 «/j s. ear-drop, ear- 
^npn4_. y s. tenderness, sensibility, 

pity, compassion ; fondness, sympathy; 

a. affectionate, tender. 

tt ' iIt ' ii'3 • 4"*^' "• *^°der, affection- 
ate, sensible, affecting, charitable; 
compassionate, feeling; pathetic; ad. 
tenderly, feelingly. [touching. 

'^•npiiiluj.i^u, (I. affecting, moving, 
^npn4iuin,jp a. affectionate towards 
one's mother, or who has an affection- 
ate mother ; s. pia-mater. , 

^npntltubo S. T»ff/*«i/_ ; ^irptiilaAii^ flu. 

tenderly. 

'{•npnil^iukp a. affectionate, tender, 
feeling, charitable. 

'^npnilhir, t-gft vna. to be affected, 
touched with compassion ; to affect, 
to flatter, to caress. 

'{•npnilfti-HL s. affection, compassion, 
fondness, sympathy. 

'^•npu, , nj or /y or »«-j s. frog; - P»»»^ 
"iiui-^np , toad; - ^lapdutik, the - croaks. 

4«..£_P , ^i-nj s. ditch, hollow ; well, 
cistern ; abyss ; subterraneous place ; 
cell of honeycomb. 

*J-n«_.^«/^j. union of irregular troops. 

S>n«-P^, if-P-y s. pity, compassion, 
tenderness , commiseration, feeling, 
mercy, sensibility, tender heart; /I - 

yutptrbrtt taith-lj — tuphuntirij A — hiU3bll.tu_ 



iltiiutiuhuiij flu, 



•J Zi' 



ipJ-lfij to move, to soften, 
to entreat tenderly; tfiuilihi_ ^-» /»«-/» 
jn,.jy^k, to harden one's heart a- 



gainst another; -^ %»^«. m«.«.«.t^t„ ia 
[. Atqj he loves you more intensely; 
u,n- - mn^Ji, %„p,a , for the love of his 
race ; jliir,MMpl,[^ [, - bpkuu,^ m-pm-^ , to 
go mad on account of the beauty of 
some one ; - JLp uMn-uijl hplruu,^ ^„j , 
let our supplications find favour in thy 
sight ; 4/A u„An,.i^ [. ■i„ru,%k ih - •"Hsb • 
to marry into his family for the pur- 
pose • of strengthening the bonds of 
friendship : -^, np. the Goths, the na- 
tion of Goths. 

T'»«-/?«/ or ly, [i s. several pair of 
oxen to draw the plough. 

*\'nt^„,plrp , uij a. s. that brings sad 
news, sad, fatal; bearer of unhappy 
news. [plore. 

S""«-cA,«jr, lujf, DM. to lament, to de- 

^nt-J-iuuiuipu, a. lamentable, deplor- 
able, worthy to be deplored. 

'hi'-J-iapib-J; tj^f vn. to lament, to 
deplore ; to carry or give sad news. 

^riM-tf-ttr, lrj[, vn. to bring or give 
sad news ; to lament, to deplore, to 
cry, to scream ; to sound. 

I'ntcA-^'"*' > «"j a. s. that carries or 
gives sad news; bearer of unhappy 
news ; weeping, in tears ; sad news. 

S-»»«-«/-"«-a£ s. lamentation, complaint, 
cry, groan. 

'^nt-ija. blunt, dull. 

^nt-fuiuii , [,jj s. sock ; short-stocking; 
k-pliuifii -, stocking, hose ; 4<"iA-/_ n-u, 
to pull off the stockings ; ^it/^ t"" • *o 
put on one's stockings. 

%ni.i or A s. handful. 

^nLjfi or i"!! s. glebe, clod. 

•fnt.jj', -^ s. knee, knees ; /# •f.m.iCu 

li2ui'lilri_, lunliiup^li£_, u^iliMii%hi_, Or i,iaip_ 

liufiiftfj ijuiij, to bend the knees, to pro- 
strate one's self; to squat. 

dUiplriT' [harness of a carriage. 

%n^ruili s. large waggon or cart ; the 

I'm-i/lauit-m S. COlonol. 

^'m-iTuip , [mj or luj s. assembly, ses- 
sion; action; addition, summing up; 
sum, amount ; - «/<i.f</><^, to assemble ; 
- ^»i/_ pi'ij. niMirp , to fight or quarrel 
with some one. 

')fnu$ra>pir,r, tr^l vtt. to assemblc ; to 



27 1-nb 

convoke ; to gather together, to add, to 
sum. 

•].nu/;«^/i«r, fr^iy vp . to assemble 
together, to gather together; to be 
astonished amazed, surprised, confu- 
sed. 

f*ni-JuipnM^iv-piji f ^pnt^uiupeiL.iiL s» as- 
sembly ; mob; sitting; addition. 

'^m-iTuipm a . assembled, gathered 
together. 

*^nt^nupiuiuli , tuj s. assembly, as- 
semblage, mob, band, corps, forces ; 
a. assembled, gathered together; - 
%utM.ni-^ , squadron; - ifiik-i_, liMuqJki_, 
•iiltn.lri_, iiuipif-hij uiidi,yi_, to asscmblo, 
to gather together ; to levy troops, to 
send a body of troops ; /. -/. , in war. 

S>fit../ia^i/n"4"* '*■ of an assembly. 

^nu.Jliii_ s. urine: mud, dirt: all- 
flower's water: bol. soap-wort. 

S"""-*' s. effort ; - «f-"f»S-4/_, ifit-ij - [• 
if-npit luniiirij to study, to devise, to 
strive, to try, to labour, to intrigue. 

T-niim^fc^ a. adorned with fine co- 
lours. 

S'nLiu.^tYi-J*, £-j/» va. to colour. 

^nt^iun-nfti a. in divers colours. 

^niiiiu// , uMj a. similar, equal, like ; 
s. dye, colour; kind, sort; manner; 
difference ; — , in several colours ; 
various, different; — , -« -«, ad. dif- 
ferently, variously. 

4'"J'/<"4t./", tj/. va. to colour, to il- 
luminate ; to dye. 

^•n.Jb,i,/iniJ9^[,^ s. colouring ; dye ; 
variety. [ral colours- 

*l.otiu.«Y<»Xn/a" a. adorned with seve- 

S-niJ'/mifi a. tarnished; pale, pallid, 
wan. 

•J.oi.l'/.umA-./", M„l„r vna. to tarnish ; to 
discolour, to tan ; to fade. 

T.ni_'iro«».»i«-/?/.iA s. loss of colour ; 
paleness, wanness. 

'{.niinu^np , ,uj tt. coloursd; dyed; 
having several colours; quick, dili- 
gent, violent. [lour. 

S>/.iA««-"f»t'/'. %/' va. io dye, to co- 

^n^iui.npni-P-l'M-'b s. colour, dyc, tint. 

^„^bu,ipnluni-l3^l,^i s. transfiguration. 

^n.-'i.q., -fbn-l., .f-uig s. assemblago, 

band; troops, brigade, battalion, re- 



•1-nh 



128 



S-Ptt 



giment, legion, cohort, phalanx : globe ; 
sphere; ball, bowl; pincushion; pom- 
mel ; sounding line, plummet ; - ^"»^. 
ptk ' bullet ; globule ; - uAm-nf , nave 
of a wheel ; - fe;<-"j i weight ; - 4'"- 

uituptriHj , lead ; ^i^lr£^ ap-ml^ t^tuinilj tO 

sound. 

in several regiments ; in a crowd, like 
a crowd ; large, much. 
^niiti^juuiii^s. tennis. 

^nt%,l.u,niMiun_s. constable. 

fine colour, fine, graceful. 

*^nt%irpuA,f. a- of good colour or of 
many colours. 

T*"*-^"' f '^innt S. T»"'-^''9- and ^^tii^iuli . 

S'o'-^'a^ , tug s. a. diviner, conjurer, 
prognosticator; informer, denunciator; 
sign, mark ; that expounds, manifests; 
j'utin'i, A. - ijfhhij to denounce, to im- 
peach, to accuse. 

%ni.^uliu,liu,'i, a. judicial. 

^n(L.^uiiuii^„P a. already predicted; 
very evident. 

•J-ni-^«.^i-.r, t-jf, va. to predict, to 
prophesy ; to foresee, to presage, to 
conjecture, to guess, to augur, to cast 
one's nativity, to progiibsticate ; to 
denounce. 

^iwK-^ulint-P^l, , 1<«t.^«/^„,.afL s. prophe- 
cy; presage, omen, prognostic; augu- 
ry, auspice, divination, denunciation. 

'^ni.ui.up, /fj or /uj s. war, combat; 
wrestling; assembly ; dispute ; -« i^o. 
mtu ^0 assemble or sit down altoge- 
ther ; !• - lin-ni-nf j'uiMu'lilrij to cutor the 
lists, to wrestle. 

^ni-i^u.^uif.^^ J. fencing-master or 
chief of gladiators. 

*f«i_u,/»/,«.6- s. struggle, wrestling, 
fight; duel; war; dispute; - ,p,lri_, to 
fight, to attack. [wrestling match. 

%nu,f,ui,„,ju.iip- a.s. conqueror in a 

vn. to makQ war, to fight ; to dispute. 

S'<"-u/u'/in<-.% *.war, combat; conflict. 

•J"""-"!"*, uij smf. singer, musician; 
player ; actor. [s. song, ballad. 

^ni-u,M/i,iM,^ijif, a. musical ; theatric ; 

'\-nujiu.%u,jhi_ o- passionately fond of 
operas or opera-singers ; mad for mu- 
sicians. 



^nt-uutuuiJUL-m a. where a singer or 
musician enters ; - u,n%ki_, to receive 
opera-singers into one's house; -^„ 
'i-hu to visit the opera-singers. 

<^/>i.»«>^">i-/?^<-i' s. music, drama, co- 
medy, ballad. 

•j-o.-jt . - tpe^kp > - P^k ad. perhaps ; 
for fear of, lest. 

^ihp s. wimble, auger; - •l'neptk< 
small auger; - »ira4«"#i-«.j , piercer, 
gimlet. [gle, to bubble. 

^n-f.n.u,j; uMjl' vn. to croak ; to gar- 

•fm.i-4 , /ij or <"j *. street, road. 

*i.n.t4^4 , ^-uj a. s. plebeian, clow- 
nish, rude, coarse; peasant, clown. 

'{•n.t^iuAiuir, tuguy vn. to become 
rude or clownish, to keep low compa- 
ny, [per's grass). 

^n-ifl, q^nj s. bot. scorzouera (vi- 

•j-.i-^a"*. rock-salt, mineral salt. 

%njii, , 4-n.#y/3- s. crcw, band, crowd ; 
assault, attack; - m«»^, to assault, to 
attack. 

<)>inu>^, ufjfg. cap, bonnet: calix, flo- 
wer-cup: inventor, author ;-^Ai-^. to 
invent ; -"»«- , ad. exactly, surely, pre- 
cisely. 

•|».»uAt«r, ^i»f va. to find, to invent, 
to discover, to find out; to gain, to' 
have ; to meet ; —^np^u uMnju^b ni-pnt^ , 
to gain or acquire the heart, friendship, 
goodwill of some one; to regain the 
favour of some one. 

'\'u,u/i,l,J', •fiiiy vp. to find one's self; 
to appear, to show one's self; 4u.t.u#. 
uiujplnr- , to be faithful. 

<i-u>u.%f s. the finding again ; fiction, 
invention ; ip.w'ii - , fiction, fable. 

S-.nfi«. finder, inventor. 

'^uinqu.liu.'h a. inveutivc. 

<)>»./><j!Cb s. invention, discovery. 

^piupiMiiiutliu/b a. written, literal. 

%puii!.itn. s. literary language ; ad. in 
the literary language ; a. literal. 

^puiifiut , ^pmuy a. book-learned, 
literate, lettered. 

^piuq-liinMa^ii/ii a. literary. 

S"/'i"^/""'»«-M^«->' *. book-learning) 
literature, letters, learning. 

'i'pu.^^P , n-prng s. copier, transcriber; 
author, writer ; secretary. 

'\'pu,fpn4-P[iiii s. office of a copier. 

'\-puiii.iupJ s. the dividing of words 
into syllables for the end of the line. 



T-PO. I 

T/»«f^i-^». ink. 

%pu,li , luj s. small writing. 
^put^iu^rs, book-binder. 
'{•pui^ttiftTni-lS-^Ki s. binding. 
%puiliuii_, u/j *. desk ; reading desk. 
^ptu^Mub S" ^puiMfj^m • [mar. 

^piulfm'iint.p-lit^, s. literature ; gram- 
'rpui^uipiijMij s. reader. 

^puili^u S. Xi^iuUuiluh-a • 

^puMliifbm^linii , fi $• enamel. 

'^pui^ui^,^ s. algebra. 

'^puMiTuMp s. penny-weight ; scruple. 

^puMtfuaputft^ t ^puilfiupin^^ntt f tua Sw 

grammarian, literate. 

^piuJhfj. bibliomaniac. 

'^fpiuitnini.p-l.ti, s. bibliomania. 

^puyuip^ , '{•puAnj s. library. 

^pm^iitp , uig «. compositor ; compo- 
sing stick. [library. 

*Iy><<«</«<4 mlriili or umtX, archivcs, 

'^puiiMfuib , luj s. hem, border, list: 
collar of a coat ; ephod. 

')rpu"tiuAi>''i , «»y s. phylactery, amu- 
let ; letter case ; pocket: ephod. 

'{•puiuftin , utj s. librarian. 

^•paiulriiuA g. desk, writing-table, 
study, bureau, secretary, [ing-room. 

'{•paiulAk-utli s. bureau, office, read- 

^•f u>u4/> . "/»/»«»j a . studious, that 
loves study, bibliophilist. 

'{'puiuu, , nj !• led-horse, beast for the 
saddle, sumpter, sorry horse, ass, short 
or thick horse, animal, beast, tit; - 
Jmuuimu^ , m^re. 

^piuiiuiuMi^ui ixm stupid* 

l^^ui^aloR. , uMj s. book-seller. 

'{'paiiliaTAaii.uii/iij , iug S, bOOfc-shop, 

book-store. 

^p,ailuM7Cuin.nt.p-[,tii g. book-trade. 

'^puim , [, s. great coat, loose coat, 
Persian dress. [case. 

'{'pMuutitJi, , ^-ptupuA g, library ; book- 

'{•ptui. , fig, uit/, nig g. earnest money, 
assurance, security, pledge, engage- 
ment ; mort-gage ; wager, bet; deten- 
tion ; - i/.%fcj_, to wager, to lay a bet ; to 
hire, to give wages or salary ; - «"<«-. 
ifr/_ /Aif. ni-Jlrp , to lay a wager. 

^•piui-ai^ltp , if-puig s. better, wagerer. 

<f>^u/i.<£>(u<% s . pledge , assurance ; 
earnest money ; mortgage. 

^^'puit.ui^ui'iilrj', hgf, va. to hire, to 
engage; to mortgage; to detain, to 
occupy. 

^piat-ui^uip^ a. exaction by seque- 



29 ^VXl 

stration ; collector; a. who exacts by 
seizure. 

^piuu.lr,r, k-gf, va. to hire, to engage, 
to secure; to redeem; to hold, to de- 
tain, to usurp, to occupy, to seize, to 
appropriate, to encroach ; to stride ; to 
prepossess, to preoccupy ; - jiup^Hi-^ 
"lit" 1 to confiscate. 

J^puiL.np f uig f ^'pmi^npiul^uMh (X» Writ- 
ten ; literary, literal. 

%puit^iMii g, detention, encroach- 
ment, usurpation, occupation, seizure; 
- jmppntAliu , confiscation. 

'^pu.^il'i, s. critic. 

%p,u^i%uMliiu% a. critic, critical. 

'{•pui^ttrMT, Irgf, va. to critic. 

'{•puip%%nt-Ppt.'it g. critic ; censure. 

^Y'f.uif/', u,g,u/ vn. to cluck; to cocker. 

^pti-uHiuiiT, uigiy vn. to enjoy, to a- 
muse, to cocker one's self, to live a 
merry life. 

<)>^f:><i%f> *. ■pi. delicacy, eifeminacy ; 
delight, pleasure, voluptuousness ; ca- 
ress, cockering. 

^P^u,pu!ii, uMg g, place of pleasure, 
of delight, paradise. 

^pi^/rtri ^g[' » i'p^Srgnc.guAtrtf'i tlM-gp 

va. to fondle, to treat delicately or ef- 
feminately, to caress; to feed delica- 
tely. 

rptb'^ S- ^pt^-uiiT. 
^pttt.'^. caressing. 
Sy>¥./"i- s. defiance , provocation, 
challenge, incitement, impulse, insti- 
gation, inducement, solicitation, sug- 
gestion, temptation, allurement, sti- 
mulation, motive, [dress, rag. 
rp'tt^"'k ' drk'"3' rfHhp • d:'"3 *• old 

^ppi^njrif't t^gpi ^na-njrgni-giujihj^t "'-MP 

va. to irritate, to excite, to provoke ; 
to incite, to alarm, to inflame, to in- 
stigate, to move, to foment, to nettle, 
to urge, to rekindle, to revive, to 
rouse, to rebel. 

'{■pfji-li^a. exciter, provoker. 

'^Pun.m-Pfiii, s. incitement, impulse, 
provocation ; contest, quarrel. 

%pii.pu„rvn. to cluck. 

'^P^uiiTvn. to grunt ; to murmur. 

•lYr^.»%p g. whirlpool, vortex, gulf. 

4'/»t«i p^k , ^pt^P^h ad. conj. nearly, 
almost, about ; hardly, like, well. 

books; writings. 



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%plr[ke s.pl- writings. 

*'\-ptfu, «3 s. clyster, injection, 
syringe. 

^•^tY.t* a. written. 

%,h,r, k^gl va. to write, to compose ; 
to engraTe, to carve ; to paint; to 
esteem, to value; n^ /^i.-' to des- 
pise, to disesteem. 

*^pk> 1'3 s. crane (bird). 

•i.^/?u./uiuY.i//j a. stumbling (stone) ; 

seducer. [pieces. 

^f.p-m'i.uiitJ' va. to break, to cut in 

^pP^lnrva. to stumble; to deceive; 
to seduce. 

'\-l-R[>l_ s- cheater, sharper. 

^pP^^ir.r, A-jfira. to knock, to strike. 

(0 •) '\'rl't"r[' A'"'" *• '"''• marjoram. 

4«i»/'4 .'• small book. 

*i.^./..r, tjiy vn. to be inscribed ; to 
be steemed or valued. 

Tv/'i." tei^s *• writer, scribe, au- 
thor ; pen ; - hpli.up^l, , style ; graver ; 
steel-pen; ilikuini-i, -, goose-quill; - 
"hliaipib , pencil. 

^p[,i-, ffiwiL^iuji s, bushel. 

^pi'"dT "■• ^^^ bosomed ; - uiifhi^i , 
a bow well drawn. 

^pliuiluiuit.'i, a. embraced; ad. with 
embracements ; - ulip,iil_ n,^tXlTi_ qJft^ 
M u.'iia , to salute by embracing each 
other ; - ip't-u to embrace ; S. '{•tpi 

^pl[uiluuinii[iit', irji-y vn. to embrace ; 

S. S»/i^4 i^'f. luuin.'i, ip'tjj [embrace. 

'^pli.ufuujiAni-P^liiX s. embracement, 

'{'plfuili^ni-P-liii, s. familiarity, union 
of love: consubstantiality. 
S-^iuAj. s. embrace. 
'Vpli'"ii"'t *• fathom. 
%[,liuiui,Mi[,u,h- ad. with open arms. 
^[i^uipiu'ii s. embracer. 
^plilrir, frj/i va. to embrace. 

'hpii^'i'"L ^'- ^ho is in the arms or 
at the breast (a baby). 

TfiOtP' T/'4"'-^«pi T^4"'=P S. T/»f "«-4 • 

*|"f//o£.%^ s. bird's crop. 
•}.^n4,f «. assault, irruption; nation, 
people ; - u.u/^, to storm ; S. T-w-n-^ . etc. 
^pn^kj; ir^[, vn. to assault, to storm. 
•jynj s. burin. 



^pni-mif , n/ s. Writing. 

^pnt-iuii, «.y s. bushel. 

S«/»"»-/3^^«A s. writing. 

S-/""-/'2<' *. grasshopper. 

^pii"tl'P "• •*■ written ; manuscript. 

'\'P^,r,iA , f, s. inkstand. 

'\-p^L,p-[,L.'i, s. writing, manner of 
writing. 

'{'puiu/ii, ,„j s. pocket; purse; t**/_ 
p -[,, to pocket. 

%p,nu.li , iiij s. small loaf, roll. 

l-pmuiliuiJIi , 1"f»«"*"'4 *. rolling-pin. 

'\'itpyi . T/»f!"«-4 > .p"'-i"'s *• small 
book, manual, small treatise. 

'{•o^iT, trgf, va. to bite, to sting ; to 
mangle, to lacerate. 

1.oi» , /y a. dry, arid, dead ; benumb- 
ed, impotent. [come dry. 

'^•oiiuAiuir, utj/iy vn. to dry, to be- 

*\ioiiutanM-quAtrJ', ni-a^i Vd. tO dry. 

'{>„,int-P-[,Li, s. dryness, aridity. 
'\-oinlrita.it o. glrdlcd. [dlo. 

S-ooiA/5/^ a. that has untied his gir- 
•foi#.ti-.«6- a. who girdles ; s. the 
girdling one's self. 
4»oioA-«-f»^ , uij a. girdled, girt, 

vn. to gird one's self. 

^ouiUin-l't- , '^oii.t Jhiput s. wrestler ; 
- it'i,k-i_, to wrestle. [p-yii,. 

*\-omk>ruipinltir, t-jutf vn. wrestle. 
'\foaikJ'uMp,nnif s. wrcstling, struggle, 
()>ou>4-i^/>%f. a. girt ; prompt, active, 

diligent; ~ fUuku to gird one's self; to 

be prompt. 

•J.o««^ , u,i-nj , mlriMij s. girdlo ; t-wi»t ; 
belt ; zone ; - mitt-i, - ^i^ Ji-2_ mb^ti, 
to gird, to tie or to draw close round 
the body; to be prompt; uypt-jiai-, 

putphptuin^ I UiMin-at-nh-tui— , torri'd, tCffi- 

perate, glacial zone ; - lypu/iy , chain 
of mountains ; - uiumm-uMituiliuAi , mk. 
pniiilru/i, , \i,p,ui/hi^ui/ , rain-bow. 

S'o.»^,«A-n<. , „,j a. that girds the bo- 
dy ; that girds on the sword. 



a-an- 



q- 



'!■ (ta) If-'" s. the fourth letter of the 
alphabet and the third of the conso- 
nants. It is sometimes used for, or con- 
founded with the letters u» and P: i-, 
7;, four.; fourth. 

1- s. article and pron. thou, thee, you; 
this, that, it; these ; uni-pp^ "ce-"a • you 
who are the holy of holy ones ; ^^pn,.^ 
Mit-p ^n^li^ L qpiiiif , you have lost 
your soul and your property; lapiu,^ 
\lriJi qJ-nifnil^i-irq.^, let this Or the people 
go ; n[i ^oii[tf ftiij. ^t-^, he who talks 
to you. [this. 

^^ui , n.nnui t if^npta , q-f^t" prOTl. that, 

l-ui uiM-u^n-l-li conj. here is, there 1% 
see here; behold; but; now; iy.«l L. 
tfjii^ uti-uiq-lili , there you too. 

n>«.p//p , ly s. sanctuary ; altar of the 
oracle. [sanctuary. 

*\-u,plpu,iopk'i' a- that resembles the 

'^uif^uyia, a. of laurel. 

^tafL%[t , 'ii'-nj , %tujj s. laurel. 

'^imf-uMw/j ^unf-ur^, ifuy J. bicr, coffiu; 
litter, sedan ; gridiron, grate. 

l-utfuip s. cessation, rest; pause; 
establishment, dwelling; station; -^ 

stable ;-.p i,u,u.ni-^, roost; perch; -^ 
liuii-nL.^ , harbour. 

Oiu./y.ui^tiT, tjifi vn. to cease, to stop, 
to interrupt; to become calm, to give 
over; to desist, to rest one's self, to 
remain; to drain. 

'^luif.uiplr^ni-tjufulTir, nt-^lt vu. to ceaso, 
to stop, to calm, to interrupt; to ex- 
tinguish, to stanch, to quench; to drain. 

'Yunf-uipij^SL s. cessation, desistance, 
repose, rest, pause; discontinuance, 
vacation ; extinction, redemption, act 



131 T.U.I 

of stanching ; silence ; interruption ; 
inaction. 

f/ucZ-./A, u,ji a. hard, harsh, rough, 
sharp, sour, atrocious, austere, mo- 
rose, blunt, cross, froward, difficult, in- 
accessible, cruel, merciless. 

I'iuJ-uMituifi.uipnj or [inM^ a . wild, 
fierce, savage ; rude, cruel. 

^uiJ^u/iiiiipya a. whose productions 
are harsh or hard. 

'^uiJ-uAiuiii.nfii a. harder or very hard; 
very harsh ; haughty, cruel. 

'^luJ-gJuui'^nui a . that has a bad 
smell, stinking. 

YiuJ-iaiiuMUtniTt fij^ff vih to become 
cruel or atrocious. 

pr/itr-ia7iiatnb-uinl£ , puitr-gijffiuitllri/frf CI, 

deformed,' ugly, horrible. 

'\;uJ-u,%liir, h-g,,,! vn. to be angry, 
mad, to sour, to turn sour, to get 
worse. 

'^uiJ-uiiin.^p-lii^i s. atrocity, haughti- 
ness, austerity, harshness ; sharpness, 
asperity. ^"ou 

O.iu^^, /> s. yellowish : colostrum ; S. 

%iuiutliliir, y-jiu/ vn. to endeavour, to 
study, to labour. 

%,uiuMuip i. sabre, sword. 

l-uiiu^i, , ^ or n/ a. green, that is not 
dry; fresh; -. ^i-/^-,j. verdure, herb, 
grass, greens. [dure, grass. 

%u,iu,pMup.Wi, a. that produces ver- 

£-j/i vna. to produce verdure ; to be- 
come green, to become green again. 

luipif. , 'Yut£uipiiiq'i.lruij a. green, cover- 
ed with verdure, verdant, fresh. 

'\'ujiii>pu,i,lrp a. furnished with new 
hair. 

'^miuipu/biair, "t^ui/ vti. to bcoome 
green, verdant, to sprout. 

^aiiuipmiliyp s. meadow, pasture- 
field; a. verdant. [ness. 

^uijuipuMpuip a. what produces green- 

yufiiunutqni^ntublrUf nM-.q[i t yutftapL-iff 

tj[i va- to make green ; to renew, to 
restore. 

'^aiiiiipL-iip, s. herbs, greens. 

^usittip/ij', hqiuf D. ytufuiptutiutiT* 

'^ujiu.plt , pt-nj , pt-uij s. verdure, 
grass, herbage, vegetables. 

%uijypn.-P^[>t.t, s. green, verdure. 
T-«.^ri"/'"«-<" a- green, fresh. 
']-iuiu,^lil_a. horrible, dreadful. 
d9 



ui^uiiiTiLjiip , •rm'bg *.p/. meat: oifer- 



icterical. 

'X'u.jnUfi , ijf,i,% s. jaundice. 

T-iu^""- . ni-uij s. adze, axe. 

'><«4 a. hard, old, ancient. 

'>-u/';,«Y^u,.r«. ten pence, coin of ten 
pence 

ing, oblation: bribe, fee 

'\-Mui,u/hu,li , H^i -. s. dark green 
emerald; corundum. 

'}-"4fr4'"*' • •"3 •>'• psnny; drachm; 
gold coin; coin; - 4u/i/i ««%*/_. to coin, 
to mint. [feiter. 

^u,i,lrliu/i,uii,u,u, a. forger, counter- 

T-ju^fX 4a*i/»3 s. hangman, execu- 
tioner; attendant; torturer. 

T-,/#4/f2<", i2Cu,j-s. closet ; hall; porti- 
co ; gallery, corridor. [oificer. 

T><u47C<««/t./. , lu^s. chief of hangmen; 

1-<«4%,«/ o. butcher's axe, hatchet. 

^uiifHi-li s. sledge. 

'\-ui£,niJ2^ s. god-wit; heath-cock. 

T-iuy/ ' t • ^""i^^ . <if* s. wild mint ; 
calamint; origan. 

']',uirs. snare, toil: 7ms. accord. 

^.uiTiuplJ', Ir^.iij vn. to be amazed, 
blind. [meeting. 

'X'ujirujpiCu.ii , '^k'Tuiliu/iti^ s. assembly, 

'\-u,irp.u/ii , ,..g s. tomb, sepulchre, 
mausoleum. 

T-.uj/p/«i.«5f./.^ s. epitaph. 

'\'u„riLu,'i.,u\u,'i, a. sepulchral, funeral; 
s. funeral option. 

'X'.ujp.ujp-Mi'h , .«3 s . vault, charnel- 
house, catacombs, church-yard ; S. 
T-ui./p/ui . [bury. 

l-ii.jpuipiu'iitrir, k-^li va. to inter, to 

'\'u„rn'ii, [, s. prune, damson, damask 
plum. 

f/i/yt/i.(r, t-^iaj s. wet-nurse; nurse; 
midwife ; preceptor ; tutor, governor. 

^uiihliuipuic or u<4" ad, like a foster- 
father or nurse. 



YtujIrtltiiinint^Mi^ , pur^i&-^<i 



L.7/ , pujili 



liuiuin'^J' s. foster-brother ; a. of a fos- 
ter-brother. 

'^lu/lrlikir , y^\i va . to nourish, to 
bi'ing up, to educate. 

^^.iiihlinptf-li s. foster-brother. 

'];ylrlin^l3j s. nursc's office ; bring- 
ing up, education. [strum. 

''■'WZ_'*'' ''i"' fir'5'' milk of a cow, colo- 

'\-';iax)d''i.p *• ti"'!'! modulation, qua- 
ver, warbling. 



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%•/!,, 'Yu/iiumIi, u/j s. knife; clasp- 
knife ; iipt-i^ If- , to sharpen a knife. 

T-u/iu/^u/^fi^i- , —•[•uTi'tiiii. s. cutler. 

"l-uA^, 'Vu>%i, uij s. mite, penny, 
obole. 

'\""'i"i-iu,i^a. slow, tardy, idle, heavy. 

^luhi^uititutf-fth f —tf-nfii 1 —tiiuii a* very 
slow. [standing (water). 

%u,'ii,f.uiiiuiir,utr a. thickened, thick; 

'^ui'iitf.iu^juJliat a. awkward, clumsy. 

yufl*¥L.ujiiiuhe_ S. YuMlin-utifni-P-ytSli* 

'^•iHiq.uiilpir, y^uMi vn. to loiter, to 
trifle, to slumber, to dally, to waver. 

^uhin-uiidinut S. pi/i^^"'/^. 
^uilin.uMiini-.[3-jti^i , ^u/ltn-uatfntMh S . 

slowness, tardiness, delay, frivolity, 
idleness, indolence. 

T-u.W«A s. tooth, notch. 

^luLnjubiut-ujIin. f Ao or lilt/ s. bit, 

curb ; bridle ; gag. [curbed. 

T>.iA»^.«/%iu£-«Ay-«'4"'"< «• tied, bitted, 

piu^in-riiit paAiif-Ui^ialip ft). piiiJiif,ui^ 

^i^i/ii . 

yuitiri.uj<itiliiiili D. Yujhii.iu\liniti • 

^ui'iin-iu^iT, hgli vn. to waver, to 
hesitate ; to grope ; to talk idly, to 
dream. 

^iJiiij-iii^tjiii-gii/iiiTir, m-ijii va. to cause 
|p waver or tinkle, to resound. 

'^lu'iiif-ui^nii, a. wavering. 
pii/iin.iuiiii-[3-niJi t piiihiLuiini-Jni s. va- 
cillation; delirium. 

piufin-iuiliiJi O. pii^in-uiiunui • 

I'K/^^/.nA « . sepulchral darkness, 
horror or rottenness. 

pu/ii^ b. piuhif-. 

'X'lu^uni-pu/b , u/y s. driukiug vessel, 
cup or pot. 

'\;u^i, Jfii , zu/b^ s. contract, con- 
vention, bargain, treaty, engagement; 
condition, capitulation ; compact, a- 
greement; concurrence, alliance: har- 
mony; a. sweet, agreeable to the ear; 
ad. with a low voice ; n^^^u lin.hi_, 
^uiuiniiiiiik-ij [i - irinufuhi^ to oontract, to 
make an agreement; to stipulate, to 
transact; to confederate ; - ^o«/y_, to 
speak very mildly; - fcm////_, to look 
tenderly, affectionately, or sweetly on 
one ; iu'tijii/iilri_ ^^i«^</jp , to break the 
conditions, the alliance or faith; mtyu/^ 

"l^f_qujiriii-iniiii^P-h-ittIj, qtuiA n-uiyuiiilipt tO 

be unfaithful to the marriage-bed; - 

4'iii~uiinnj r thC CrCed ; ~ ^mifuifiiii^iu^i * 

civil contract. [ment; charter. 

'1vi»A«//^/y/ , .f-iiy ^. contract, agree- 



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^ui^u,q.l,p, n-piug s. a. contractor, 
that contracts ; -^AA-^, to contract, to 
make an agreement, to negotiate. 

'\'ui£i,ui^l,ni.l3-[,iA s. contract, pact, 
covenant, treaty, compact, engage- 
ment ; stipulation ; capitulation ; al- 
liance. 

1>ai^,u/i , ,aj s. poniard, cimeter, cut- 
lass, dagger, sabre : piano ; - 4»"/'4"'- 
'iilr/j to play on the piano. 

'}-u,^,ui^iu4,„p s. pianist. 

']-a,^iu,lia,'r{p s . harmonious, sweet 
song. 

1>/»^/u>(u<i-i7^> a. harmonious. 

')f>ii^iuMliiui.npnt-P-l,tii s. harmony. 

'Viu^iuilihir, trjf, va. to harmonize ; to 
tune. [tuner. 

'Yui^iia/jp^, 'Yui^iiaJJinq^ s. harmonlst ; 

T-m^/m^/ij $. confederate, leaguer; 
conspirator ; -il^it-ij to confederate, to 
unite, to league, to accede. 

put^igu^ni-(3-ltL% f ^uiAut/^nt^i& s, har- 
mony. 

I'ut^tu.f/jn.-P-l.Li, s . confederacy , 
league, alliance, connexion; treaty; 
plot, conspiracy. 

'h«'^u<<-<'/' a . confederate, allied ; 
stipulated, conventional. 

*\'ui^iMai-npliir, k-^utf vn. to agree ; to 
confederate, to ally ; to conspire, to 
plot. [federacy, league. 

'\'ui^uMi-npnL{3-[, s. convention; con- 

'Yiu^njii , ^Hil s, sabre, cutlass ; han- 
ger, poniard. 

I'ui^n , laj s . field, country, soil, 
heath, fallow ground, plain ; b#'-"*-«A 
-^ , Elysian fields ; U.pliut-uJii -^ , field 
of Mars. 

'i-ui^nuiplriiuA s. opcnlng or entrance 
to a plain or field. 

'^lu^iuMMfJrinlHi a. campestral , flat ; 
- ilifnp > plain, fiat country, meadow. 

l-ia^niu^iuii a. rural ; flat, level ; s. 
villager, countryman. 

l-ut^iiui^niiXi s. part or side of the 
country. 

n-<»^»u«i£-i-a. plain, in form of a plain. 

'Yui^,uiJhi-/u ipiliiT vn. to enter into 
an open country. 

T-jo^iniiA , u#3 s. menses ; a. monthly. 

^lu^uiufbuitT, uigui) vn, to become a 
plain, to be flat. 

'Yiu^inuAp/i a. monthly. 

'^.u^uiilaijp , £oj s, plain, heath , 
country, field. 



hjl va. to plain, to level. 

'h"'2j"iu'-i-"' a. abounding in open 
coitntry, in fields. 

piU^iliiit-nffnt/' Jo. pui*intiAuii/\ 
Pui^nrh-tf O. yii'^iil uitfnt^i/ tulifrlf* 

']-ii,^„npia/_ft , pkl'j s. pi. the fields, 
the open country. 

'^uini , n-l^ a. bitter ; sour, acrid, 
sharp, harsh, grievous, painful, disa- 
greeable, tiresome, tedious, disgrace- 
ful, fatal, sad, tormenting, austere ; 
maddening; biting, satirical. 

'^Muniiiuiiu.py a. vexatious, proud, 
tiresome, crabbed, cross. [ness. 

T-iuniuipt^ a- that produces bi1;ter- 

T-zuftim^ryi a. very bitter ; - . -« ad. 
bitterly. ' [bitter. 

'\.iiini,a.n.lr,i s. bitter remedy. 

T-u./iiu/^jTa. of a horrible aspect. 

%u,ni,u'p-njii a. that has dangerous 
venom. 

'^lui^.uiP-npJli a. furnished with, or 
full of bitterness, very bitter. 

'\'u,n^<uiih , -ibc a. full of bitterness. 

T-uini^Y?!-// a. disastrous (news). 

'Yian-'Tiiupimfp^ o. productivc of bitter 
Or deleterious fruit. [famous. 

'}'uin.'i,iuifm,[[i a. very shameful, in- 

T-ioniuiS-i-^ s. bad old man. 

'i.u.niuM^nlt a. deploring with much 
bitterness. [bitterly, painfully. 

'l-u./i5#«i4»n.o^ or inpn^ a . groauiug 

'i-iunim^u^/.a- a. bitter, painful. 

'\-iunii,ui,u„ra. that has a bitter taste, 
bitter, sharp, acrid, harsh, sour. 

'\-u,n%u,e,uiJpj;jii a. inhuman, c#uel. 

'hu.ttiui4«#;i-<uj a. sullen, grim. 

'\'u,nXiui,u,„.ui^a. who sighs bitterly. 

'\'u,nii.uJ^ui,- a. thoroughly bitter, or 
bitter indeed. [ed heart. 

0-#««.'fcj«4o5-/> a. who has an afflict- 

'l>u»/i>«u»4«.#«A a. bitter, harsh. 

'l-<««Au«4ni« a. that stinks. 

%[,ir, to taste gall or anything bitter. 

1'ui/iiu»</' , n-tupJiuij vn. to turn, to 
turn about, to return, to go or come 
back again; to repair; to be convert- 
ed ; -jItuiu or ^t/^ lipni^il^ , to recede ; 
^■fc^t./"-, to object, to resist, to op- 
pose ; - Ji^pliuuiifiili'ii-P-fii^ , to become 
a christian ; - >"«- Stp , to repent, to 
reform ;- jU^"""-*-?/ . to rebel against 
God ; - u.--ni-p , to draw towardsnight ; 



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/» - mmpL.njb , the year after ; /> ^i - , 
to arm one's self, to take arms. 

T-io/iiju/fio^ a. of a painful or violent 
death. ^ 

1-u»fi5«»i/;«./.i c. melancholy,irascible. 

'^•nnfiiu/iiiMMir, uiijui/ vn. to become bit- 
ter, to turn sour; to be offended, 
irritated ; to be tired, displeased. 

'hiiin.'ijuj'i,[,[,^ a. lethargic sleep. 

T-io/iAzu^ii^ a. rough, violent; bad, 
venomous. [sourly, painfully. 

"hiini'iuiiii^u ad. bitterly, harshly, 

'V'x'i-^u'/'/'/'in a. cruel, barbarous, 
ferocious. 

'Vuin^iuilkp a. deep, mortal (wound). 

'\^uiniiuMuihulii_a. of a horrid aspect. 

'Vttiniuilip.nij a. bitter (to drink). 

'Yuiniiiupirutm a. whose root is bitter. 

T-raiti/ury//.^ a. vexatious, offensive, 
irritating, maddening. 

Yiun%ai^ni-^uilih-J'. ni-q^ VCl. tO imbit- 

ter ; to sour, to irritate, to offend, to 
tire, to displease. [ritates. 

T-juniu/^jnt-j/i^ a. that imbitters, ir- 

'^luniilr'iiji a. whose fruits are bitter. 

1-«,«.%/.a", %-x:j, s. hot. endive; wild 
lettuce ; a. bitter. [bitter. 

'\;un^inuu,lru/i,n. whoso branchcs are 

'X'lun-'iinu.p-ltci, s. bitterness, disgust, 
sharpness, gall, distaste; grief, dis- 
pleasure, vexation ; rigour ; enormity ; 
mordacity. 

T-j"", ni-jf s. order, rank, division, 
body, class ; choir ; place ; lesson, pre- 
cept, dictate, instruction; - iunk-i_ ni-_ 
iflrp 1 to lecture, to read, to teach. 

'hiuuu,p,u%lrj; t-^f, va. to arrange, to 
put in order. [the choir. 

T-moju^^t./,/ s. chorister, master of 

'Yu,uu,ifpl„r, h^uMj vn. to enrol one's 
self. 

1'.«u q.iuu , 'Yuiauiq.uiu OCl. lu SOVSral 

orders or assemblages , in several 
companies. 

'hiuu.i.ilip a. deserter ; - ^'it^. to de- 
sert; to apostatise. 

'^uiuiui^m-P-liL^, s. desertion, [bly. 

I'uiiiui/uJiini.p-^t.'ii s. meeting, assem- 

'l>«"»«"/"n«-'/p a. ordered, assembled. 

'^uiu.ali , ,uj $• troop, order, division; 
flock ( of sheep, etc.) ; herd (of oxen, 
etc.). [ranged, divided. 

'bu.uu.^u.'iv CI. ordinal; classical; ar- 

'{•utuu.^ujpj. s. order, class. 



l-MuatuijiaipqMir, hjl' va. to put in or- 
der, to associate, to enrol. 

'].,„u,«li^-Pi-—^[3^[i>^s. order, sign ; en- 
rolment ; choir ; hierarchy ; category. 

'Ya.aujJ'ilij a. of the same order or 
class ; s. colleague, comrade. 

'\'u„iu,lij[>ir, irjuy vn. to be in the same 
class or society, to enrol one's self. 

^uJu.u^jni-P^li-'ii s. admission, com- 
pany. 

%u„nauilru, , u,g s. tho first of an or- 
der or class; chorister, precentor, 
master of the choir. 

^u.a.uuihmhJ', hgl, vn. to be tho first 
or chief in an assemblage. 

^^„uj.^yinn^p^l;iii s. ofiBce of a mas- 
ter of the choir ; hierarchy. 

'\'uiuiuuuiq , etc. S. 'l'««/«u/«"n«- . etc. 

^u,u,i,u,n,-, u.^ s- lecturer, profes- 
sor, teacher. 

%u.,u,.nniA s. school-house. 

'i-.uuuimn.-n'-P^l''-^' s. instructiou, les- 
son. 

'\.uj,„ii^npn..p^l"-'i- s. order, ordon- 
nance, arrangement ; system ; - pw^fjt 
syntax. 

va. to put in order, to order, to ar- 
range, to distribute ; to enrol, to as- 
sociate. 

l-iuiiui s. hand. 

'i-uiuuiiu// , uij s. wrist ; hand, palm ; 
- Mipnj , hilt of a sword ; -« ^^/t^, to haft, 
to set in a handle. [cuffs. 

'\;auiauiiuiu/^ s. pi. manaclos, hand- 

'i'-""-'""//* '"t- t.».A-^ s. place where 
one rests the wrist or hand. 

'Yiiiiinaiitpin , uij s. mauufactoTy, 
edifice, building ; estate, village, coun- 
try house, villa. [or cakes. 

%uua,u,„fu,li^ s. pi. exquisitg food 

'i'.aiiniijjiiiu/i, , luj s. hilt of a sword ; 
guard (of a gun). 

^ujuuiuin-uj/i , uij S' handkerchief; 
towel, napkin. [pedagogue. 

'Yi'uui[iiiipui/i , ii/j s. preceptor, tutor, 

'Yui.i.npmpMM.ii.upa/ii s. placo of cduca- 
tion; preceptor. 

'^u.uu.liujpui^lrJ; lrj[, vn. to bring up, 
to educate, to instruct, to train up, to 
discipline. 

'^^uiumluipuilfni-P-liJb s. educatiou, in- 
struction, discipline ; pedagogy. 

1-uii/i , /.J s. lawsuit, cause, litigation; 



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justice ; - 4,upiru •fitrfj to proceed, to 
sue in law, to bring an action ; - ™n.. 
**/,, to do justice ; to judge a lawsuit ; 
- uiu,i_, i,uMu,nt-gufulri_, to judge oue's 
self, to condemn one's self, to be con- 
demned ; ^ - k"ib^u ^0 summon, to cite. 

^ininutq.pnt-P-liiSii s . senteucc pro- 
nounced or written. 

fiKuiw^u/f^, u»j s. accuser, informer, 
plaintiff; - ,b'i.hi_, - ^,ir^^,^, S. q.^. 

miuluiuayiT' 

'X'MumuiliMui^ir, trgfi vn. to accuse, to 
denounce ; to oppose. 

s. accusation. 

'\'uiu,ui[„'ii^l,p s . judge ; pleader ; - 
^/'//t^, to litigate, to pleade, to contest ; 
to be revenged. 

'\'a,mu,lil,^ a. litigant, pleading. 

%uiu,iuifi,li^ , Ifiipl, , ipi^uii- s. sen- 
tence ; condemnation, proscription, 
censure, fulmination. 

'huiuiuMlpipt-ir, tryP va. to sentence, to 
execute, to condemn, to censure, to 
proscribe, to fulminate. 

"huiinia/i^iii. fl!i,[,j: to judge rightly. 

puimitjit f '"'iB &• ptuHiimltriutu * 

l-aiuiuiuiMopm u . Condemned ; « . 
crime ; - u,n^ilri_, to condemn ; - iU>ilr[_, 
to be condemned. 

^uimuiuiutpuiu/iip s- punishment. 

'Yiiiiniiiuiia[imis-uii_a, damned. 

n>u<><iu/i^«<^if>£'£^ a. damnable. 

')fuiiniauiuMpiah,r, hgfi vtt. to coudemn, 
to damn, to censure, to reprobate ; to 
sentence, to execute. [that damns. 

^uimuiuiutpuili^ U' that condemns; 

'\uimu,muipmnt-P-lii^ s . Condemna- 
tion, damnation, perdition. 

^uMuiuMuiniifi, , uig s. judgement, di- 
scernment, criticism ; sentence, con- 
demnation; act, arbitration, judgement; 
justice ; cause, laws'uit, proceedings ; 
-u»t, judicially; k"iI'L /' "• **' sum- 
mon, to cite before a judge ; - m.o^, to 
be condemned. [of laws. 

%MuuiuMui„u/i,mif.lip^ s. codex, code 

1>ii"''«'»inia%riu^<utr a. judlclal, douB 
by legal authority. 

piuuiMUUuiu/ltiupu/li r yuiiiituaiauMbntt S* 

tribunal, court of justice. 

puMuriullTC^IfL. O. puMinlul^bho • 
puiinujpii^i o , puMintuuuiu/bujpui% and 
puiinUMUtMiuib * 

'^uimuMpli , uij) a. empty, Toid ; hol- 
low ; vain, useless ; idle, indolent, un- 



3 l-ttS 

occupied, lazy; - /A^arf. in vain. 

%uimiM,piiutp.,a'b , fij a. that speaks 
in vain. 

'^uimtupliuip.uflihJ', Irtjli VU. tO SpBalC 

to no purpose or in vain. [course. 

'\""miupfiuip.iu'r,nt-P-[iLii s. usolcss dis- 

%itiuimp/iiiiJ-Mti,rs. leisure-time. 

'i-uiMntap/iiifin/^a. Very inquisitive. 

'\'uiu,aip^ujfii-utj a. slothful, lazy, idle, 
unoccupied. 

^iiiinuip^ii,Jtn.^i a. ad. emptyhanded, 
without a present, without offering. 

l-uimuip/i.aJliin a. l^zy, slothful ; mad, 
foolish. 

'Yiumiup/iiyiii^ a. vagabond, saunter- 
ing, lounging ;- ^At£^, to lounge, to 
saunter, to stroll. 

%aimiap//ia'riiijir, mjiii; vu. to bo va- 
cant, void; to be empty; to be use- 
less ; to be idle or unoccupied. 

^uiifiinpl/ujt/A'^i t atni^!^ D. putmuipflMU^ 
'^iuinuipl[iu^i2l'h ^' r«»"""f 4'W"*' • 

'Yuiinuipliui^ln^Pli^ s. sauntering, 
rambling. 

'\^uiu,,upliiuuil;u ad. uselessly. 

pujMn'ujnlttiMuinpui t pujiniupl£UiuniJt CE. 

black;5uard, rogue, rover, vagabond ; 

-lihu/bu.l.uplTij to play the blackguard. 

%tii,nuMpliiapufu s. place of vacation. 

^uiiniup/^iuant-aiui/frir, ni-^p tO Ompty, 

to evacuate, to clear; to exhaust. 

'\-iM,u,u,plin.-P-l,iii s . emptying, va- 
cuum , space; evacuation; vacuity; 
vacancy ; exhaustion ; idleness, sloth- 
fulness, laziness, leisure. 

'^uiuiuii-np , uig s. judge; arbiter; 
counsellor, corrector; bailiff; poHce- 
offioer ; censurer, critic. 

%uimuMLj,pu,p.uMp ad. like a judge, in 
justice, with authority. 

'Yu,ui,ui-np,a/[in'ri u. judlcial, douo by 
authority of justice. 

^ujimttc-npui^iriQ , pitiintu^nptupuiJi S. 

court, seat of justice, tribunal. 

'\'ui,nu,i.npai-P-f s. judicaturo, office 
of judge, bailiwic, official ty, admi- 
nistration. 

1><<ii/>ii#^£-fn a. summoned; ill-treat- 
ed; - uiiL^iku to condemn, to blame, to 
reprobate , to ill-treat , to offend in 
words. [tft.r. 

^uMinunjlhuth-iT S. ^utuiuMiplrui uMn-^ 
'j.u.intiT, t-gl-, ^uimliiT, kguij VU. tO 

judge; to discern; to criticize; to know; 
to think, to esteem ; to reason ; to con- 



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demn ; - /[iiij- nuJh^ , to bring an action 
against some one ; V""/.' t ^"•-p - , 
to burn, to consume by fire ; upn^, (, 
uni-f, - , to kill with a stroke of a sword. 

T-ujm/i^, T-uiuiof^j. judge. 

^iu,„nn,uli„/ii a. judicial ; critical. 

'^,uu,n,ini-Pl,tX s. judgement. 

*l'.o/»fi<-4^ sf. wife of a judge. 

T>u.</./>t^ i. judgement, opinion, sen- 
timent, advice, understanding; judge- 
ment, reasoning, criticism; discern- 
ment, decision. 

1-<«^ , ni-ji s. age ; century ; /.«/^/. , »«_ 
ihril.%pi - , the golden age ; «^£/.i - , the 
middle ages ; [• Jhpni-,r -««. , in our 
times ; -ni-j /> -u , from age to age, for 
ever and ever. 

T-u.^ , fj s. height, hill, eminence, 
precipice ; a. even number ; -/.t. *-«_ -/.». 
f'lj to come, to flow in many waves 
or surges ; - A-l ^„7Cut,n [uu„iu,i_, to play 
at even or odd. 

'l>u/^,o<f.^t.^» s. completion of a cen- 
tury, [embankment. 

'\;ui,u,il,p a. nearly overflowing the 

'^^•iMpiiili , uy s. shelf: little hill. 

^••ipiMilinT^uim , u.^ a. s. even and odd 
(number). 

Pitfpm^ngt lun^tfriP, t^nph-h-J', ^utniMti^n^ 

uhiT, h^f, va. to precipitate ; - iia-lur, to 
throw, to precipitate one's self, to 
tumble down. [head. 

%iup,uT:Cuiliu,ut a. having a high fore- 
'V-pu/b, ,uj s. cupboard: watch, am- 
bush, ambuscade; trap, caltrop, gin, 
snare ; subterraneous passage ; plot, 
cheat, deceit, intrigue;- n-npitk-j^ ov 
•^■hi_, [• - •TuiuAilru to lay an ambush, 
to lie in ambuscade, to be on the 
watch; to dupe, to cheat, to plot; - 
•r-u,„h%l,^ , book-case. 

insidious, footpad, plotter; - fl-'i.iri^, to 
seek to surprize some one, to watch, 
to beset, to supplant. 

'Vitip.i/ii.uliutini.p-liilii s. ambush, am- 
buscade, obsession. 

'^■'•pu/huJilrir, k-ijl, va. to dilucidate. 

l^uipu/jiutt/hi-in S. piupuihujLuir* 

^iitfwu/itiujnf^ujiAlrj' vo. to investi- 
gate or observe the ambushes, to be- 
ware of. 

%u-puA,m,Miirm s. chiof of footpads- 
'\"up,i,'iil,j; Irguif vn. to lie in ambus- 
cade, to be on the watch, to suborn, to 



5S l-U-P 

circumvent; to hide one's self. 



^MMjntu hut !—***• 



•he 



u% s. ceiling, roof. 



'^lupuiitiufii , «»3 s. porter. 

^tupiuuliuu O. pufpultuu • 
^uipuiuifrin S. puipi£jU£uA * 

'i-i^puiuinyilrii^ s. pimento. 

'\-u,ii„,u,nia%j ,aji s. gardcH ; orchard, 
place planted with trees. 

'Yiupu.t^ui'iij. , uij s. height, eminence, 
precipice : eyebrow ; -^ S. '1>.»^<»*»»_ 

fu/^ra/^^i s. river-bank. 

^uiptuthnii I ^uMpuii^iip » /y s, cavern, 
cave, hollow. 

'Y.applii' , fA"'.7 ■>■■ forger ; brasier ; 
lock-smith; ironmonger. 

'\-u,p(^uiliui'ii a. belonging to a smith ; 
-%, smithcraft. 

'\.uip^,uuu,i_s. anvil. 

^uippiilrJ', Ir^l vn. to forge. 

'\'u,p^,nj , i«j s. forge, smithery, 
smithy. 

'^uip^inL.p-jiiii s. lock-smith's trade 
or work, ironmonger's trade, iron- 
ware, smithcraft. 

1.«/^iff2f, ^71)1 s. bed, litter. 

fu^^^alo^iu^ a. that lies on a litter, 
thatis ill in bed- 

T-m^i-jT, ty// vn. to roost, to perch ; 
to remain, to stay. 

^tupfri-uiitq. S. puiptai-uthi^* 

'\'u,pJ-,u'h, etc- S. '\'uiJ-ui'ii , etc. 

^upliic^li , i»j s. pattern, model. 

T-.u^/.jrtti/.^ . '\-a<ppalr'b[, s. ciunamOH. 

^uipj, fij s. turn, circuit, return; 
reference; reduction; increase ; burden 
(of a song) ; conversion, change ; - 
jhuiu or piiii- lipni^ilib , recoil, putting 
or drawing back, retreat ; - 4[it-,MAq.ni-_ 
p-lru/b , paroxysm ; - iftniuuiplfiil , re- 
compense, return; retaliation, com- 
pensation, retribution ; - m/iAA^, to 
turn, to turn about, to return; -W. 
again. 

'}'u,pJtu.ii.u,i,Jt s. return ; relapse ; new 
fall ; - u,nliilri_, to turn or return seve- 
ral times. 

%u,piiuii.,uir a. of routine, habitual. 

l-iupAuin-uiftni-P-liLii s. routiuB, habit. 

'\'a,pJtiiii,kp a. that loves to turn often. 

%uipj,upii/ii s- penitentiary. 

'YuipAui.-np a . that turns ; that is 
converted. [version. 

'\'u,pJliu,-npni-P[,i.% s. return; con- 

%„p.i,i.u,pJlij; irju,j vn. to vault. 



'\""p^t-uii_ a. turned, returned ; con- 
verted. 

1>««^<Jtu»^ ad. again , anew ; more- 
over, besides, otherwise, even, like- 
wise ; bis ; also. 

'YuipA/^iP-uij Jflilurvn. to pass by ; to 
return running. 

^MupAnM^uih- , nj s. circuit, return ; 
reward, retribution; answer, report, 
signification; - p-^Hy^ phrase, sen- 
tence, style. 

'^•upitiL.m. s. return ; repentance. 

'^uipini.jutiihj' , ni-^li vu. to rotum, 
to turn; to avert; to restore; to bring 
or carry back, to reinstate ; to bring 
back, to recall; to return, to send back; 
to make over again ; to reduce ; to 
distract; to abate; to resolve; to con- 
vert ; - jh-mu or // p/oy , to revoke ; to 
reject; to reflect; - u!b,f.pi;%, to cede, 
to resign, to yield;'- ihp^lu.nl.u , to 
.renumerate ; - ifJ\u,ii , to vomit. 

*\uipj'ui% , nj, It^ s. cure, dressing ; 
culture ; remedy, reparation ; refresh- 
ment; provender, provision, victuals ; 
subsistence, nourishment , mainte- 
nance ; - muij", S. 'i-iMipiniAk-iT. {tive. 

'^ajpiTui'iiuiliui^ a. remediable, cura- 

'\ruipj'u/hun-nii a. curing. 

'^ii.piru/iilrft a. curable. 

l-ujpJhi'iilrir, k-j/fi va. to nourish, to 
sustain, to feed; to fodder; to cherish, 
to foment ; to physic, to dress, to heal ; 
to repair. [rishes. 

'^iupJ',ii%l,^a . careful of; who nou- 

'YiuptTMu'i.n^ s. hospital. 

ytun^tJiusl^UM^ (3. \^nt-uirnulL^np, 

^uMpm-iT, uif s. end, term, limit. 

n>«7>ni-%«>X' s. hot. corn-poppy, corn- 
rose. 

%uipni-ilinu a. scabrous, scraggy. 

'^uipmuMu s . palace , royal house , 
court. 

'\',upuiuiuuiui'ii s. courtier. 

Qiui.., nj or »«-, nil_ s. stratagem, 
fraud, contrivance, machination, cheat, 
circumvention, deceit, trick, impos- 
ture, plot, snare, trap, device; - ^f.-i_ 
or f-npitt-u to conspire, to circumvent, 
to plot, to lie in wait ; - u/iiJlA m/iAA/j 
to kill one's self; -nil_, deceitfully, 
treacherously. [contriver. 

'^'ujt.uiptrp , 1i/i#i.«u^fY'6- a. s. factious; 



S7 T-bT" 

']«<u£./u^n^6-»i.p/.iA s . stratagem ; 
faction; rebellion. 

'l'«ii.ma*«#i , «/j a. s. fraudulent, fal- 
lacious, disloyal; impostor; felon, 
cheat, prevaricator, sycophant, traitor. 

deceitfully, craftily, slily. 

T>u#i.iu2rtuii-«r, Ir^li va. to betray, to 
defraud, to deceive, to prevaricate. 

puiL,iuAiulint-l3-ngJi , fuit-Mu'&utlttit-ifif S. 

treason, deceit, intrigue, rebellion, 
fraud, prevarication ; stratagem ; am- 
bush. 

yiat-iuliial£pq . piut-u^tuM^tui/tznjp (I . 

that holds the same faith. 

\^tu i—iuti III p uili o. ^\liuiiuiputlj . 

H-'xi.in^fix.i/^ a. that has or gives 
the confession of faith. 

^lut-iuSiWlTi Irnfl r ^uil-iuii^iir, traim Vfl. 

to confess, to avow, to profess, to 
protest. 

|.*iit_M////f< D. piui-tijlitin-np * 

^iatt-MMiiint-[3-[iLii , ^tui-uj%ni^i& s. con- 
fession or declaration of faith. 

yi£i£-ujlip o. pull- . 

l-u/tt/r, Ir^l, va. to defraud, to cheat, 
to contrive. 

'X'uit-l.ij. charter-party. 

^uji~rti^L.l3-^i^i , ^utt^rti-Mit s. fraud, 
deception, cheat. [rine. 

I'm,/, s. tambour ; cymbal, tambou- 

T-m/^i-jr, t-j[i vn. to strike or sound 
the tabour. 

f/u^./.i-Sr, 'I'uti/inMj/ii s. the sound of 
a tabour; uproar, noise, rumour. 

%^.f-i.k or V' S. '[■"'pi'l'- 

l.iuifp i,ui,nu/iilrJ'vn. to tap, to stamp 
with the foot, to scrape the ground. 

'V.t-Pih.r, '\.,i.%^,rS. \a„iu„2frir. 

noise, murmuring of a river; uproar, 
noise, cry. 

'l.ij../i»2f , [, s. macaroni, macaroon. 

•j-^Jffc^ s. pumpkin, gourd. 

l-^ou/', i-'i^Jy g. pumpion ; calabash, 
gourd ;- ^"•n-'i. , 60/. colocynth, colo- 
quintida. 

'Vt-f a. odd , fantastical, morose, 
difficult, extravagant, surly, humour- 
some man, peevish, unsociable, in- 
tractable, froward, untoward, restive. 

'].k-^t-pu/r{i. s. pi. frequenting compa- 
ny ; evagation, distraction, dissipation. 

'ytr^tpfij; tr^uy vn. to frequent com- 



1-b'U 

pany ; to trifle ; to wander, to recreate 
one's self. 

'i'U^ncJS-lit-'b s. caprice, oddness. 

'i-i-^t«_t./', lrj[, va. to vacillate, to 
stagger, to totter. 

'^'hiyiri-liJ', k^tui vn. to vacillate, to 
totter, to waver, to shake , to fluc- 
tuate. 

l-t.f.hi-linin a. vacillating, wavering. 

'\<lrq.t^M.„^Hh s. vacillation, unsteadi- 
ness, uncertainty, irresolution. 

T-fr^/A , ^A/. or •/'p'l' s. dolphin, 
porpus. 

'\'iriiu.h,rp.hp , [. s. december. 

ffr'i ■ /y s. side, part ; S. llny/a. 

T-i-^^/u^/ , f s . governor of a pro- 
vince ; S. li«Y-'ffiu,4,iY_. 

T-fr^^./AiTL/JfiA s. government of a 
province ; office or dignity of the go- 
vernor of a province ; S. Vi/»yiffiru»4<«_ 

1.4-/^, /.J or/y s.remedy, medicine, me- 
dicament, purgative, potion, draught; 
spice, drug; cure, dressing; poison, 
venom ; ink ; die, colour ; amulet, ta- 
lisman ; - if-uiiaip , grass , herbage , 
green ; verdure ; u-Jfii.up.njt/- - , pa- 
nacea ; - iTutinnt-jMi/iihij to physic, to 
dress ; - unifiin^-u to take a remedy ; to 
take poison; luitnj^^ q.uin^t ^ uutuutlil^f 
ifop,uL.np , unm-nt- - , swcet, bittcr, vio- 
lent, powerful, efficacious remedy. 

'X-tifiup.ui'builiui'ii a. pharmaceutical. 

']'lrtiuip.iii'iin,-[3-lit^i s. pharmacopoeia, 
pharmaceutic. 

T'A-Y.'"?^"/'* • '"J7 ^- apothecary ; that 
prepares tinctures, physic or poison. 

'[•humf-npiririr, tj/. vii. to prcpaTO 
physic or tinctures. 

'Yt-tiiuq-npirn^p-l-ti s. pharmacy ; art 
of preparing tinctures or physic : 
painting. 

'\'lr,iiu^llt , ^[,[1 or if-pn/ a. who applies 
a plaister or administers medicine ; s. 
hair-pencil to dye the eyes. 

'Ylrqui/iini.'bli s. splcc, aromatlc or me- 
dicinal drug. 

T-tyu/^n..^ a. poisoned; - umit-ij 
^npnt-iiu/blrij to poisou, to givo poison, 
to infect with poison ; - ilfiitu to be 
poisoned. 

']fk,i,ui,u„n , l-j s. pill ; bolus : S. T-^^.. 

iluMtnni- • 



158 1-bir 

T-fr/^u.^nii^ s. seed ; dried fruit for 
table. [skirt, border. 

'^lrqu,%l, s. beggar's pouch or wallet; 

'^t-qui'hliiup a. painted in colours. 

T'i-Y.«.n.t»Y_ a. poisoned. 

^'t-quiilui-Xmn. , uij s. druggist, grocor, 
quack, apothecary; seller of tinctures. 

'l-t-iiiuinni- , ujj s. that gives medica- 
ments; poisoner; sorcerer, bewitcher. 

T>A-»^«.ra/.t-t«r, tj/l va. to physic, to 
cure ; to poison. 

medicament, remedy, medicine, cure; 
poisoning, act of giving poison; witch- 
craft, enchantment. 

T-t.^uY'uA s. pharmacy, apothecary's 
or chemist's shop ; drug-box. 

T-fr^P s- yellow. 

'Yhqlrir, ty/r va. to polsou, to infoct 
with poison ; to physic ; to dye. 

T.i-YC''"/"'- *• that takes physic ; that 
takes poison. 

'Yt-iip-u,^ , ly s. antidote, counter- 
poison; - ^uip, bezoar. 

^hilp. , ,^>n, or ^fc/r a. yellow ; fallow; 
wan, pale, palid. 

T-ti^/i^o. empoisoner; sorcerer. 

'^hni , /15 *. peach. 

'i./rifJoA , f, a. yellowish, light. 

'^lrqiuiiiiiij'u,ii_ a. fair-haired. 

'\'lr,lJ.-i-'i,lili s. canary-bird. 

T.fr,^.Sfr'>//f , T-tY^/. , A,.nj s. peach-tree. 

Q.tf^.fi.i.i s. small peach. 

'\'y,(huiif.yii or •f.ni^ilrti/ii a. yellow. 

l-t-t/iiut/un^^ s. ochre; yellow in- 
cense. 

l-t.^/u/it^i g. massicot. 

']'lri^ui^,uL. s. jaundice. 

'^iri^iu,fuj)i_a. yellow, rather red. 

'^hi^liW, hgiy vn. to become yel- 
low; to become fair; to grow red; to 
become pale. 

l-t/^nm , ujji a . become yellow , 
grown pale. 

'\^h,^,„i.p-^^'b s. yellow colour; jaun- 
dice ; paleness. 

^t./hn^j , {, s. yolk of an egg. 

'^rlriinui , pj a. venemous, poisoned. 

1"^'/."/"W-P • P^l'j *• P'- spices ; drugs. 

"Vt./tm^, /, tip. Ceres; *. earth, 
ground, soil. [terrestrial. 

'Yt-iliriniiiulrpi a. sprung from earth, 



T-t*- • ty n. religion, faith, sect, 
belief (of infidels). 

^/r^iu^iitpj , '|it'i>.»^#Y/»»/i/ a. that has 
forsaken his religion, irreligious. 

l-t^uup , ^ «. penny, denier, denarius. 

']'ir%liiiL,n^/ri^, s. Persian religion. 

"hiiait;,, , u,^ s. head of rehgion or 
sect. 

'\-t-iL, - lrL.li ad. still, yet, to this 
hour; newly, recently. 

u[,fi a. born, grown or produced recent- 
ly ; young, new. 

l-t-n-uifliL-ui a. new found. 

1>t«-«.^frn. a. recent, new; ad, re- 
cently, newly. [to speak. 

1-4-/1. m/»o.» a. that has recently begun 

1"i-n-i«6-u./^4 «. recently blossomed. 

'Ktn.«.6-/A a. recently born or pro- 
duced; that has recently engendered. 

'i-k-n-ui/^ia/ a. present. 

'Ylrn.m/iPP- a. frOsh ; - liiuP-'ii , im. , 

fresh milk, new-laid eggs. 

'\lrn.,ultlipP- "■• new, inexperienced. 

1>tn.u,4mHiu4 a. young, junior. 

%lrn.,ui,uMi-uMli a. new, recently begun. 

1'i-«.u.4u,t.u,m , /y a. neophyte, newly 
converted to Christianity. 

1>t«-mi/;.«-«^t/ a. new married. 

'\-lrn-i^imlili *• couscript, recruit. 

T'£-i/.i^<«4 > "••) s. litter, palankeen. 

'htuai,u%, «oj s. ambassador, mes- 
senger, envoy; legate. 

1-iruiMiuAut^1ii,i,ii ipifiirvn. to go on an 
embassy. 

%lruuiu,'limJ-n,in^,nj S. COngrOSS. 

'\-lruui,u%iuu,nK.% s. ombassy. 

'^huiiiui%n'-P-liL.% s . embassy , mes- 
sage ; legation ; nunciature. 

%lruuiu/iini-i,l, sf. ambassadress. 

l-t-ftMy , I s. antichrist ; * priest. 

'^irpiuiin.lrpiuiiMihm s ■ vico-prefoct ; 
treasurer. [through a vow. 

T>t^uA^4 s . first-born granted 

I'trpu/iiniii s. pronoun. 

'\>lri,u/iinJi„i,l^,u'i, a. pronominal. 

'Vt^jiAntSini./j^ti s. antonomasia. 

O-tyri/iunA , uiji s. buffoon, mime; ac- 
tor, comedian. 

'^Irfiuiuiuiiuiliufu a. comical. 

'^hpuj:uui%nt.f3-l,t% s . histrionism ; 
quackery, puffing, mime. 

T-tpu/^^z/mmmi s. antichrist. 

l-t-ppiy , [, s- gr. gerund, supine. 



9 i-tir 

'\-ir[,pnUi , pJi-i,^ a. rough, stiff, rude; 
s. scabrous place. 

f/r;.t«_ a. eluded, vain, useless, fru- 

Strateu ; — ^ Ji — § /» — « uni^tfrt ^ Ijiunm^uuM^ 

"iih/j ^u/iiirij to frustrate, to deceive, to 
deprive, to elude, to avoid, to render 
vain, to render abortive, to make use- 
less ; to annul, to invalidate ;-,-.# ^._ 
'iilrij iriit/iiL-ij to deceive one's self, to be 
frustrated, to deprive one's self, to be 
vain, useless, to miscarry, to escape. 

'\'hph.^u,%,u,rE. %irptrL. y^u-bh,r. 

1>A-^tt.,«>jp s- pi. vanity, uselessness, 
privation, want. 

pfrn/rM^fjrq'TL.qwitlrif' , pfrflh-L.^ani-tiui^ 

%l.-,r S. 'X-hplrL. u,n.%h,r. 

%!ri,t..[,.r S. T-t^tc f[,%i,.r. 

p?rfifn~nt.tfh fj. yirfih-t-itilru, 

'^irpJtiuli , uMg s. maker of clothes, 

tailor ; shoemaker. [clothes. 

'\'lri,iiulini.[3-liJii s . art of making 

•V^^^ftp s. tumult, uproar. 

'Yiriii^fiM-Ii s. but. centaury. 

'Yirt- • q-t'-uy s. demon, devil, evil 
spirit; gnome, spirit, genius. 

']>ir£.o/tm s. Satan. 

l-^t *. courser. 

T-t^, T-/"/// or ^y s. heap , assem- 
blage , collection, confused collection, 
mass, pile. 

T-i-j-ui^tt a . ad. much heaped up ; 
in great quantity. 

•^^.T, ^[.jp S. 1-4^'>f! ; - -p-tf^ to pro- 
pose, to purpose, to design; ^- m^it-^j to 
oppose, to resist, to face, to endure, to 
thwart, to cross ; /< 7-/f«^ or fy-l'Jli '^u.p^ 
liu.%lii_, to encounter, to assail, to at- 
tack; to strike, to oppose ;- ^^/^^t,/" 
pr. ad. opposite ; directly, diametrical- 
ly ; - j,ji„i.\,ira,'ii pr. ad. before, oppo- 
site, in presence; publicly, openly, in 
face ;-/•->- •"••- -> face to face, man 
to man ; t tb-t - before, opposite to. 

%k'[p . tl'f'"^ s- pl- aspect, sight, vi- 
sage, front; face, presence; air, mien, 
countenance ; manner, fashion, form ; 
regard, consideration; person, hypo- 
stasis; -p«y/'5. the persons of verbs; 
- ^irpuAni-uAg , the porsous of pro- 
nouns; l- tl'J'uij) t in front, before; 
,uuui tiJ'w [• ^/"/«y t'^3 • tell him from 
me ; f T-t*/" •^iririj to represent, to 
remonstrate ; to reproach, to object; 

if4-<^/i-u»/_0r ulfjiun-niiiytiiij uin-nfif., ui/t^ 
fueii-ft » iini-ui^tP- , [un<rntt- , lun^^irt Jh 

20 



tL^iuiinlffMf t ittj£ui%r^ui^lriiji__ — ( palG ) flo- 
rid, sad, serene, severe, wrinlded, 
livid, disfigured countenance; i-["^^ 
b-fufiiirij to run up to one ; jiuJejuufii 
il-k'Tu, thoroughly. 

'Vk'ii int. bravo ! o ! oh ! 

T-tu^ , tt"d' o,- fit) proper, suitable, 
decent, convenient; accident, case, 
incident, hazard, chance; /< - ipilrij to 
suit, to be proper or fit ; ^ - J-iuiHu^ 
"iimlili , in due time ; - iUi'hi_, to chance, 
to happen, to fall out accidentally; ^ 

— tt.ur/t ujuiinui^hf, iriitiliWij Mnui/j tO ft"* 

gree, to suit, to be convenient; to suc- 
ceed, to happen; ^ -4-. it is becoming, 
necessary ; - 1 1 it is possible ; - /?"«-/y., 
to appear suitable ; IrP^k - miu^k . if by 
chance ; - t/^t [fiii, it has happened to 
me ; - 4-^4. [• Jlm-ir u,u.ni-p^ , it happen- 
ed one day;-pA towards, with res- 
pect to, in the place vyhere; to the 
side of; - In- - , very suitable; pro- 
perly ; -<7L- ad. fixedly, attentively ; 
-"bliiuuilrij to look at with surprise or 
astonishment. [directly. 

l-^^u^nt-Y/./^, '^li'H"'-'UU"fil' "d- straight, 

'\-k''{ •Urc'H V- above, over, on. 

T-tuy; , q.l,uiu,j s. pi. occurrence, ac- 
cident, chance, event, incident, hazard, 
fortune, fate, conjuncture, circum- 
stance, contingency; season, place; 
fiiiiii if-ltiMiuj^ , [i if-liuiuij [lUii ad. fortui- 
tously, by chance, incidentally, occa- 
sionally. 

T-^Ki, ^/.«/u/j s. guard, guardian, 
inspector; spy; sentinel, sentry; in- 
former, emissary; examiner: object, 
design, end: observatory; - n,Ji,iTi_, 
uiniihi_, to look, to observe attentively. 

T'tinu/^'fc n^tliir, liuifuij vn. to regard, 
to look attentively ; to be on the 
watch, to lie in wait ; - ft >/Ay. ntlbki_, 
uMiTpiuniuiij to look with attention, to 
raise the eyes. 

T-rfu.p.ui o. having a tart tongue. 
'^J-u.ii, %J-uiliiJii a. barbarian. 
'l.t/-.«4u/1&,i<-/?/.<_% s. barbarity. 

T>tAp,«/./^ , 'YJ-p.uiiiif. , [i a. unfortu- 
nate, disgraced, unlucky, fatal. 

'YJ-p.Mu/um.iipuip ad. unfortunately. 

^J-p.u[.,u,ni-Pliiii s. misfortune, ill 
luck, disgrace, disaster, adversity. 

'l-J-ii-n^ a. discontented, dissatisfied. 



40 T'lJ-'Ji 

'^J-f.n^ il^tiT, "l-J^i-n^tj; tj^ vn. to 

complain, to be dissatisfied. 

'YJ-tl-n^ni-P-'fs. complaint, discontent, 

'\-J-^nj'i, a. discoloured, dead, pale. 

'j.J-if «■_%/../", tj.*7 vn. to be discolour- 
ed, to fade, to lose colour. 

'\'J-,i.nLi,n--P-[iiii s. paleness. 

'YJ-fi/rJ' a. obstinate, headstrong, 
insolent. 

I-J^lutjh.-P^^^. , '{■J-lu.rn^a^i.ii, s. 
obstinacy, stubbornness, insolence. 

'\.J-liui,r, '^■J-^uiinuli a. involuntary, 
disgusted, tired; disastrous, disagree- 
able; - ijfhhi^, ^u,u,'ul,u to be angry, 
displeased. 

'\'J-^uiJhilil<^ it'i-l'iT vn. to be angry, 
displeased, tired, to dislike, to grieve; 
to disobey, to oppose. 

l-J-f^.^iTui^ni-P-pLi, s. disgust, aver- 
sion, dislike, distaste, vexation ; resi- 
stance. 

'\-J-iiirpuin,-P-l,i% s. Ugliness. 

'\-J-Jlnn a. malignant. 

'\'J-'it,ap>upp a. cruel, inhuman. 

I-Jiutpnju a. of a bad plant ; whose 
production is bad. 

'}-J-%u,^-;jtriuj a. that has a bad or 
malignant look or aspect; haggard. 

T-cA^^oi^ , Muj (I. painful , trouble- 
some, uneasy, tiresome, bitter, odious, 
cruel ; haughty , austere, grievous , 
vexatious, mortal, terrible. 

'}'J^i[.ii,^utiLu,p ad . rigorously , te- 
diously, cruelly. 

'{'J-'ii^ui/^uFii.nji, a. very troublesome, 
very harsh, haughty, wicked. 

l-J-^^ut^u/itutir, uj^ia/ vii. to be angry, 
to make one's self odious, rude or 
troublesome. 

'YJ-'iiq.u.liujinkn. a. that wounds ; that 
penetrates like a fatal dart. 

'YJ-''"t"'lf"c'^""" "• ^^at has a bad or 
bitter root. 

T-tfi^u/^/Ti-Z^^t* *. atrocity, enor- 
mity; cruelty, inhumanity, inclemen- 
cy ; bitterness ; harshness ; intempera- 
teness. 

T-c/^/t.w^ , %J^%iriuj, "tikis "• atrocious, 
haughty , violent , tyrannical ; harsh , 
grievous, severe, austere, difficult. 

'\-J-'iilr,r, frjf vn. to be angry, haugh- 
ty, to become atrocious or fierce, [ly. 

'\'J-'hk"'p^'u[i ad. atrociously, severe- 

^J-'li liW "I It 11 iu '\'J-'l,lri„uilruii_ a. of * 

horrible aspect. 



T-d-n 



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'^(^n 



s. stench, bad smell. 

•l>cA%4-„t./3/,ti s. atrocity, asperity; 
- ^•^/t-jni.uiii-n/ , hurtful aspect. 

O-cft^^ • *4'"j s. buck-thorn. 

H-J-n^ a. hard, harsh, austere, ve- 
xatious, difla:cult. 

'\'J-nl„u.pL,.,li a. that dwells in hell. 

'^apiuiif.njb a. more vexatious, very 
bad. 

'^J-nluuai^ilrm) «. iufemal. 

^^J-nfaui/n^P u. harsh to the ear, that 
has a disagreeable sound. 

'YJ-nluu.f.ilr.u a. Trery bad, wicked, 
atrocious, fierce, wild. 

H'c/^n/uiu^ui J* a. vexatious, obstinate. 

^\^n^ialiia.irni^liiA s, vexatioB, ob- 
stinacy. 

*}•</- n/uia/fu/ii a. infernal. 

l-tf-nfiturtj^;^ a . what burns or is 
burnt in hell. 

*\-J-n^ai^„i.iji. devoured by hell. 

^</»,/u«.4«f«_u,«,«/^ a. very diiBcult 
to believe. [ble. 

*l>«/-«/,n»4t/i. a. implacable, inexora- 

'^J-n^iu,ruip,n a. inexpugnable ; that 
wars against the devil. 

*\-J-,ifu„,f[!i, a. infernal. 

'YJ-nfuai^upJ- , ^ipj-lriji a, movcd 
with much difficulty. 

%J- njuuMuiiru, s , chief or prince of 
hell, Satan- 

*^J-nluaiuik" ad. infernally. 

*\tt-nl„uimu/ii2_ a. cruel, fierce, very 
tormenting. 

^J-n[niamIruliij '}fj-nluuiuiliu{ O. Very 

hideous, horrible. 

'^J-nlauipiruM,n a. whoso root is bad. 

%<i-n]uu._^,ap s. lunar caustic. 

'^J-n^hiu/ht-Ji a . very difficult to 
ascend or to issue. 

%J-nl„lrpiuu,a'b a. uuruly, insolent. 

T-cA/i^tyri-u a. haggard, rude, severe; 
ugly, deformed. 

')fJ-n^iurp.lrp or p-hplril, a. hard, in- 
supportable, intolerable. 

'^J-nlunJp.lrpuiii.nji, tt. moro or very 
hard, very insupportable. 

%J-nluifiiliuMi_a. obdurate, disobedient. 

%J-nluapiiiluyU a. voraclous, glutton- 
ous, [pulchre, tomb. 

l-J-n^/p , {ang s. hoU ; Kmbo ; se- 

1-J-nt-uip a. difficult, vexatious, in- 
commodious; rough, rugged; -^ ^t, 
fu/i'j , rock, cragged or steep place ; {• 



-^ib'i'lri_, to be in agony ; /» - iu%liuM'iihi_, 

to run the risk, to be in danger; -o^ 
ii.lrplri_, to be afflicted. 

^J-ni-mputp-uiii a. obscure, difficult 
to understand. [onerous. 

'^J-m-uipuMpuiniiu^ib a. burdensome, 

^tjhnt^ujptau.iupm OT p""/!*; Ct. WUim- 

sical, odd, capricious , humoursome, 
hard, impracticable. 

'^J-nt.uipaiputg a. obscuro, that is not 
clear or open. 

T-cAot.u.^f uipt/i* a. very heavy, trou- 
blesome ; very tired. [ficult to cure. 

'\'J-wii^uMpuipnfJ- or pni-J-lrili O. dif- 

T-J-n.-m^.u.^^i-™ o . rare, curious, 
difficult to find. 

%J-nt.uipuiifi,u3ili or ifii'i'g a. difficult 
to walk, rough, rugged- 

%J-n,,u,pu„i.npit a. difficult, painful. 

^J-nL.uipuMq.liui a. rare, extraordina- 
ry, that happens with difficulty. 

l-J-nM.u.pii.p-uM,/, a. that can be freed 
or set at liberty with difficulty. 

']-J-ni.,i.pinJ-,yi. a . StCep J TOUgh , 

rugged. [or explained. 

*\-cf-n^^pu,l^(ta. difficult to be untied 

']'J-m-iap,apii-p u. hard of hearing, 
rather deaf; inexorable, hard, inflexi- 
ble, [to root out or detach. 

%J-ni-i,ipusluli_ or I'l/Jrib o, . difficult 

'^J^n^u.p.uirlfb a- that brings forth 
with difficulty. 

%J-n^,upuMii,ua,u,p a. impracticable, 
difficult to execute. 

I'J-n^Mupuilik^a. difficult to burn. 

']'J-nM,u-piu/i[,p a. burdensome, one- 
rous, heavy ; difficult, painful, vexa- 
tious- 

l-J-ni-^piulibTipiiii a. full of difficul- 
ties, very complicated, embarrassed. 

'^J-ni^.up.al^n/u tt. rough, ruggcd , 
impracticable- 

l-J-ni-uipui^n^p- a. difficult to gather. 

'^J-m-Mupuila-p,. a. warlike, invinci- 
ble, [gestible, difficult to digest. 

'\-J-n,-ii.pii.^u>l_ a. indissoluble ; indi- 

'V</-/.«-io^io4«<a* or 4/"ao/ a. discon- 
tented, disgusted, weary; disgusting, 
unpleasant, disagreeable, tiresome. 

'\-J-(,.-,apui^ui>ra. bitter, disgusting. 

'\.J-ni-iuput'iaiJhi-lJ-lii^ S . disgust , 

bitterness. [ting? unpleasant. 

1.<A#n-u»^#«4i»/A:"'_3 a. nasty, disgus- 
'}k/-ni.u,piu^^u a. obscure, difficult 

to understand. [stinate, stubborn. 

'YJ-ni-uipiuiiui-ui'ii a. incredulous, ob- 



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ia><ii 



'^J-n^iiipui^iui-uiiii a. incredible, uij- 
heard of. [lect. 

%J-n,^,up,ui,uii-ui^ «. difficult to col- 

"l-cAni-uY/io^nJ/ a. difficult to pass. 

'X-J-n^mpiullrn^i u. impracticablo, dif- 
ficult, painful. 

1'c/-/7i_^^ra2C<«n. a. difficult to explain, 
difficult, obscure. 

%J-t,^u,puii/:Miu,nfjj a . inaccessible , 
steep, cragged. 

'\>J-ni-u,i,ijjiruJiiu a. raw, indigested, 
difficult to digest. 

'\-J-n^,„p,u,f;apiini-P^[ii-% s. indigBstion. 



^Ipt^jtt 



[culty. 



'^J-ni-iiiliuiJhii. a. that dies with diffi- 

'l>cA#/^/«^u,i7'25"-/*/"-'^ *■ strangury. 

T'cA/jt.u/^u.d^,// a. incredulous, capri- 
cious, peeTish, odd. 

'\-J-ni-iMipu,Jh,-u, a. difficult to enter. 

'\-J-n^u,^u„fhplr^i a. inexorable, in- 
flexible, [price. 

l-J-ni-ujpuiJhini-P-liti, s. oddness, ca- 

1-cAni-u/^./y«o,//3^ffl. difficult to conquer. 

l-J-nt-iMipu/iiiiii/', ujjiy vn. to be diffi- 
cult, to have trouble ; to be angry, 
perplexed. 

'\'J-n,-uj:pu,^uipj- or ^fiJ-hj^ a. slow, 
tardy ; cold ; heavy. [focation. 

'\<i-n^ujpu,^^i.p-[,^, s. asthma ; suf- 

'YJ-ni^uifim^iij^ a. asthmatic ; out of 
breath ; broken-winded- 

1-</».<_u/^u^«i;u,4 a. difficult to keep 
or preserve. 

'X-J-ni-wpujiMfuiuini.j' a. difficult to ex- 
plain or narrate. 

']'J^n.-,„l>u.£l,%£^ or ^'£t^' a. difficult 
to strike out. 

l-J^n.-iapifuk^of a. steep, cragged- 

'l'c^/i<„u.^«"//miuj a. difficult to gain 
Or acquire. [steep. 

'].</«i-<«^.«,/.«y^, a . rough , rugged ; 

'X-J-ni.utpiuiluiuuiuj^ a. difficult to cul- 
tivate, rough, hard, uncultivated; 
painful. [diet. 

0-<^/,i_,/Y""//ta" ((. difficult to contra- 

']'</f.t.<«^ui,///a"»„^ a. contentious. 

^•<J-nM_iup,uu,lTu a. that sees., com- 
prehends with difficulty; obscure. 

'\'J-n,-Luiiiun,h„nu.p^[,Jli S . difficulty 

or trouble of seeing, of understanding; 
obscurity. » 

']-tfn,^u,i,uti„i./.-i_ or 'f%7' 1^'. difficult 
to impede or hinder. 



^J-ni-iii[i,iipP-.iii, a. difficult to awake, 
profound (sleep). 

']'J-ni-ti>itmiiAiJj^ a. indissoluble, dif- 
ficult to loose. 

'\-J-nt.,uiiiuqni-ijui'iilrir, nt-t/^ va. to ren- 
der difficult, to embarrass, to entangle. 

'\-J^i,..uip,ii<. ad. with difficulty, hard- 
ly, painfully. 

']-<fn^.ui,uviii-i a. shut or enclosed 
in a narrow compass. 

^J-„,.iupui^n[u or ^n^nfu ft . that 

changes with difficulty, immutable. 

'\J^n.-,upu,{,ni.u, a. rotting with dif- 
ficulty. 

^J-n^-uipui^uili S. ^J-nt-iupiupiuili. 

^ctn^u.pu.^u.ji^ a. who staggers in 
walking. 

*^j-„L.,uii,u^\i(iu,% a. most pamtul. 

'X.j-nL.uipm^il!!' a. difficult to exa- 
mine, to scrutinize. 

'\-<fni-u.[,ifi;i-lTi^ or /^..nlri^ a. difficult 
to tame, to domesticate. 

'\fJ^n^u.ppbliu,i^ a. that has trouble in 
conceiving or understanding; difficult 
to understand, obscure. 

'\J^nL.u.pl„r, hj^i vn. to be angry, 
enraged , vexed , offended ; to have 
trouble or difficulty. 

'\-J;,t-,i,p[,J'u,jj a. difficult to under- 
stand, obscure, unintelligible. 

'\-J-nL.u,pp' a. difficult, hard, imprac- 
ticable, painful, laborious, fatiguing, 
grievous, unpleasant, vexatious, thor- 
ny, dehcate, imposing; heavy, weigh- 
ty, onerous, rough, rugged. 

^J-n,^uipnui a. vexatious, difficult. 

']-J-ni-iupiipu or npuuiil a. difficult to 
be caught in hunting or fishing. 

'\'J-„L.u,pni-Pl,Ji, s. difficulty, trouble, 
fatigue, distress, perplexity, intrigue, 
inconvenience, contrariety; difficult 
point, knot, liinderance, obstacle; 
asperity, rigidity; p-y^ "i_ lun-uA^ -_ 
p-lrti/i, , but not without fatigue ; pum.^ 
■fcu,^^ , to smoothe difficulties ; - l/pt-ij 
to meet with difficulties ; -« 4u>%lru to 
make difficulties ; jui,ip-hi_ -p-huiii^ , 
to overcome difficulties. 

^•j-nu.uipn,.unL.ah u. dlfficull to loam ; 
who learns with difficulty. 

I'c/n.-u.^iii-i.. a. rugged, impractica- 
ble, rude, rough. 

"Ytf-ni-iupni-in/riji o. hard, Taw, harsh,. 

'\'J-uiui^„ui-P^l,LiM s. impiety. 
'i.c/u^./j..i/r4 a. indecent, unsuitable, 



1M1 i/i 

unbecoming, unworthy , impertinent, 
loathsome ;>•# or -« /.ffl ad, indecently, 
impertinently, slovenly. 

'l'«'^"/"'<"£-4"'-^/"-'>» s. indecency, in- 
dignity, impertinence. 

confound, to ^convince, to cover with 
shame. 

l-J-ui^li a. refractory , discordant, 
contrary , opponent , disagreeable , 
vexatious. 

']<c/-ai^l„r, 't-j-'// vn. to be angry, en- 
raged; to resist, to oppose. 

'{•J-iit'^ni^p-f s. dissension, resistance ; 
vexation, regret, displeasure. 

'\'J-[,mJ[<u, a. perfidious ; traitorous, 
disloyal; wicked, malicious. 

'\-<J-pir,r , irgl vna. to defraud ; to 
deceive. 

'\-J-l,n,i,,i^[3-[,i.% , '}-J-pni-p-[ii% s. fraud, 
infidelity , perfidy , non-observance ; 
snare, contravention; deceit. 

'^'^rl'i-' '\-<^['"'L c- *• cheat, infidel, 
perfidious, disloyal, traitorous. 

I"/' ■ "3 s. dead body, corpse; carcass- 

'Vliu,q.n,i_ a. who lifts or plunders 
dead bodies; who steals idols- 

'b/iiu^y^f. , uij s . that dresses a 
dead body. 

'\-liui,jjui,q.hir, trgl va- to dress a dead 
body; to embalm; to bury. 

^liu^^upqjtt-P-liiii s. act of dressing 
a dead body; act of embalming; bu- 
rial, [to strip dead bodies. 

l-liiuqt-iift miilhlrir va . to disinter , 

'Yl'wP-'i'ii, i"3 s. grave-digger. 

'l-/i«//?i«<-.«^a. dead, killed, stretched 
on the ground ; 



IfUiunt^auMi 



^.Ir,, 



"P'l 



uipliui 



fik-jj uinilru jlrpkbp k"C^'"''^U *" OVOr- 

turn, to throw down dead bodies, to 
strike stiff to the ground. 

'\l,iuP-l,ii s. testament, ■^ill. 

^[•u,iu,u(ni-ui a . that strips dead 
bodies. [the dead. 

^{tutlil-p a. s. that carries, buries 

'Yliuili'b, lia^ig s. corpse, dead body; 
iYio2(^«-XJt^ ^hiinilp q^ . to ombalm ; 
,unHri_ ~ m%Pni.hil , to make great 
carnage ; n-lailint^ip lia-n^ , destruction 
of idols. 

'Y[>i„^%uAiiuir, wjtu/ vn. to become a 
corpse, to die. 

T-Z/i/j^n/oi or lin,.uihu,[_s. heap of corp- 
ses. 



'\flimlini, s. deacon- 
'Vl'ui^ui'i.ni.p^ltii, , '\-[,ia^ui'7ip s. burial, 
funeral procession, obsequies. 
T-/.mi™,/- S. 'Vl.ir.r. 
'X'limuiu.i, s. guardian of the dead. 
'Vl"ai'i'''iyini-p-[,M-'b s. idolatry. 

yhut upturn It i£ i^,' ynuMot/jntL . 
yfluilMluiUinM^[3^ptSb o. Yputnuinq.ni-[3-[§ • 

1>/.u#//iniJfcif , '^luuunt^t [Ifiiliirvn. to be 

nourished with a mother's milk , to 
suck milk from the breast. 

'\'[iil.pu>pir,uf , [ij s. didrachm, piece 
of money ; S. b/'4'f/'""*"'*' • 

T-/!*-./", /rj/. va. to suck, to suck milk 
from the breast. 

I'/'^jfi' si'"3 «• suckling, that^ueks. 

^lilrjnLMii s. act of sucking. 

'Yl-lrjjn.-gui'l-lrii; ni-jj[, VU- to SUcklC, tO 

nourish with milk, to give suck. 

T-Z./ju/^tt"- '"'• much heaped up, in 
a heap. 

T-^^m^/ a. piled, raised. 

'X'luuiiimiT, ui^ui] vn. to gather; to 
rise ; - i,Wp.u^ , to bristle up, to stand. 

'\'J,^,h,r, q-ltifh va. to amass, to 
gather, to heap up, to pile, to accu- 
mulate, to sheaf; to pile up; to raise, 
to make straight. 

^liqtuit[iir S. ^[tily'i'urtr* 

%J;liui,„n[i s. dictator. 

"V/'fe/'i"^ ' "Vl'/ui'^"^' *• omentum. 

'X'liliniuiJ'n'ii s. bol. dittany. 

^[ti/utp.uiiifi-i/' S. \_^fi^q-fiiiMii p.iublrir* 

']-[,ini,p.iu[i ad. on the contrary. . 

'Y['it^'"i-P""- . /y a. that exposes him- 
self, that ventures, adventurous, ha- 
zardous ; adventurer; bold, insolent; 
ad. boldly; - £/A£i. to expose one's 
self, to venture- 

J7aif.(iu,i- ipilii/'. [rage, assurance. 

'\'l,illu,l.l,u„-nL.p-l,Jii s. boldness, cou- 
'^l,ir,un.ui[,i , .U13 a. that resists, op- 
poses ; contumacious, disobedient, 
contrary. 

^fil/utn.tun.ilri/', Irqfi t ^Itllhtl^utp^ftlT, 

hg,ui vn. to oppose, to resist. 

'\'[„ru,^u.ii.ini-R[>^i s. opposition, re- 
sistance, contrariety. 

'\'l,irui,f.p,i,/iu/iia. opponent, contrary. 



''i'liiruMii.pn.-P-pLi. s. antiperiatasis ; S. 

•^//ifiujnt.^^ a. gr. impersonal. 

'Vl'ii'^'k' "J *• facet; face, visage, 
presence ; sort, manner, fashion ; mask ; 
-u mpliiu'iilrij to mask, to put a mask on 
the face ; p.uini.,«i_ ^- , to unmask ; - 
- , seyeral, in several -ways or manners. 

to oppose, to resist, to abide by. 

^liJhiliitii-np a.s. masked ; mask, per- 
son masked. 

'\^ltJ'uiliu.i.npn,^p-liii, s. masquerade. 
'Yl^j;uiiirpuint-p-liiii, s. resemblance. 
'\-[,.r^///l.j; etc. B.'\'l,Jh,j.u.i.Jl„r, etc. 
T>//ifio4u«^ a. opaque ; S. {!li,ii.q.liJhi_ 

'l-A«/^4"»/"'«-P/'ti s. opacity. 

%litnu,ru,pu, or iTuipinf.^ a.s. opponent, 
contrary, enemy, adversary. 

'\-[iiruii/^p,„l,ir, iri/iy vn. to oppose, 
to resist. 

'\-liir.uinapinnL.p-l,Ji,s. War, contrast, 
opposition, resistance, Jenmity, adver- 
sity. 

T'/i./i/n-u.^uA a. of prosopopoeia, that 
partakes of prosopopoeia; allegorical, 
metaphorical. 

'\-lij'u,nin,-P^tX s. prosopopoeia. 

^luPun-n^p-li s. metaphor, allegory. 

']>/iJL»<-»»^ a. personal, having the 
person. 

'Yli'itiT, trjP vn. to run, to fall upon 
one, to run to, to rush, to dart; to have 
recourse, to apply. 

'Ylniirjn.^ah s. tendency, decline ; eja- 
culation : recourse. 

T'/"*3"'-j'"*'*"'^> ""-jb *"^' ^0 make 
run or to rush on. 

^[••umii , «,j s. gold stuff, brocade. 

'Yt>H"'k"'t"P^ "• brocaded. 

')■/'<';'"'( '"fjF.t"'" a. furnished or dress- 
ed in brocade. 

'\-liuiu,ii,ulil,„inL.ii,it a. embroidered on 
a stuff; furnished with embroidered 
stuff. 

'V/'"i""> s. arrest ; prison ; /. -n2_, ar- 
rested, prisoner ; ^'iit/^ [> -!•£_, to arrest 
some one; to make prisoner; ib'i'lri_l' 



I 'l•^s 

-n2_< to be arrested, detained or under 
arrest. 

'Yl.uiu.Ai^n^p^l,^ s. the art of draw- 
ing the bow. [with a bow. 
'\'l,ufu,iih,^i a. that shoots very well 
'i>/.^«.% a. suitable, proper, decent, 
fit ; - ,.iu„„^i,hir, hijubirj; to brave, to 
attack, to touch. 



"/ 



uMuiat-nt 



S. T-/. 



'lutuii^nn 



'\li,jiu,i-np a. suitable, proper, fit. 

^liufnu-nflni-P-li'^ S. fitUOSS, COnVC- 

nience. [touch or strike. 

'\'liuiirjni-guM%f.-ir, "«-j7^ va. to cause to 
^l,utl„r, h^uj vn. to happen, to ar- 
rive by chance ; to match, to suit. 

'i'Puiniini-p-l-Li s. opportunity. 

^puint-ui(^ , y s. chance, accession, 
accident, adventure, event, incident, 
luck, hazard, lot ; contingency. 

^ItuinM^uiiruj^Miih I Yt'H"'-'"^") ^' ca- 
sual, eventual, accidental ; contingent. 

'YlfM-imJUi s. accident, occurrence, 
chance ; meeting, rencounter ; col- 
lision. 

*Yl'"'"k> -"3 s. watch-tower; scuttle 
of a mast ; mark at which' one aims in 
shooting; summit or top of plants, 
flowers etc.; observer, guard; aspect, 
sight, face: writing: telescope; bin- 
ocle, double opera-glass ; - m£-.^fep , 
box (at a theatre). 

•Vf «"u»4«"?-"/'*" or •[tuTCuin. s. optician. 

1'//»iu.^uy^«/tfni-^ a. that has a fine 
face, elegant, charming. 

'['[..nminj s. obscrvatory ; watch-tow- 
er ; height, elevated place. 

'\l,u.uiuiiiiuui u/iiliu/bliiT vn. to be kill- 
ed on the spot; — mf,liu!ulri_Gt u.iiit/_. 
to kill one on the spot. 



q./,,, 



ruuu^h 



s. the chief she- 



pherd, or overseer ; archbishop. 

phatiuntt/li O. pntituihnq • 

n</"nu«-"/> s. sentinel, sentry. 

']fl,miui^npnu.p-'( s. iuteution, design^ 
counsel ; destination, end, regard, look. 

n./.,„tJ", tjf vn. to consider, to look, 
to observe, to remark, to recognise, to 
see, to stare ; to leer ; to spy, to watch; 
to examine, to study ; to speculate, to 
contemplate ; to consult; to look, to 
aim ; to aim at, to tend ; to expect, to 
mean, to intend. 

l-f ./m.^, u,^ s. observer : bishop. 



1+h 1 

l-l'inniinLp-p^ *. obseTvation ; re- 
mark; speculation: episcopacy; -«««.. 
*-*/_! to observe. 

'Vl'mnM.ai, s. sight, aim ; intention. 

T-^/i . t-plij s. position, situation, po- 
sture ; state, place, figure, seat ; sys- 
tem ; theme ; application ; tomb, se- 
pulchre ; - otCiuilJi , bar, stick of soap ; 
~ W"jr • ^ize of a book ; - i- muip uin-_ 
"blri^ to scatter, to disperse. 
ftp'" S- Uf'"'-/'* 

T'Aj'"*""'*' *• mythologist. 

'Vl'3'"puibu,li,a'u a. mythological. 

'\'l'jiipiM,%n,_p[tt.% s. mythology. 

'Vf'juilunt-i/i. a. composed by the gods. 

'l'^j'"4'"/»9-"«-P/"-* *• deification, a- 
potheosis. » 

T-ZyioJi^ U.S. idolatrous. 

'\-lijuiirnini.p-[„Ji, s. idolatry. 

'YPjuAy^sf. goddess. 

T"Ay'"*'"'-4/» a. consecrated (to idols), 
holy. [trous, idolater. 

^[ijmuiui^ I 'V/yra/J^oi U.S. idola- 

^li^inuiui^iini-P[,i^ s. idolatry. 

'\'[nfn,-u/it s. small town where idols 
are worshipped. 

'^{tL.iup.u.p ad. diabolically. 

'^'fi^mpiiiuti a. where demons dwell. 

'Y^uiiq.p, a. deyilish, furious, despe- 
rate. 

'V^«-«/^i/..r, ^%ray vn. to be furious, 
enraged, to play the devil. 

l-ln-irni-niAj. a. assembly of demons. 

'Ypi.iiiify.t-uij or jj^tjf^/i a. demoniac. 

'\'[n.uiqy.[i a. whose origin is of the 
devil. 

l-pi-uilipi./^ a. possessed, demoniac. 

f/H-./i/u/oni a. diabolic, where the 
devil is concerned. 

'V//.-OJS-/A a. produced by the devil. 

l-j^t-iuiuiJ" a. that has a devilish will ; 
that is desired by the devil, diabolic. 

I'/ii.ui^iu'ir a. diabolic ; enraged. 

')>/'<-<<'4«>^»f^ a. that has a commu- 
nication with the devil. 

'l>/f«-u/4u.p , ,«j a. demoniac; torment- 
ed, possessed. 

jmjvn. to he possessed; to play the 
devil, to be enraged. 

'^['•-•"^••'['"•-Rti^i s. being possessed 
by the devil, possession. 

'b^£-«.4./iy s. sorcerer, magician. 

'\-lr,.iu'itriyHi-P-[>t.% s- sorcery, magic. 



4S T-hh 

'\'t'--n^n/i_a. melted or made to ho- 
nour the devil. [devil. 
']>/.«-«.xt'>/2ti-^ a. sacrificed to the 
'Vl"-''ii/hi_ or irn^np a. devoted to the 
worship of the devil. 

'\-[,i.,iii, , a,j s. court, seat of justice; 
chancery; archives; library; control, 
register; court of records. 

'^[,i.iii%i„q.[,p s. comptroller; register. 

O-Zfi-ioiu/^u///^ s. chancellor; recor- 
der; register. 

T>/r£.iu7„«./", iMij/ty vn. to torment, to 
play the devil, to enrage. 

'^lit-u/iiujiMiut'ii , '^fiM-ui'iiuiuik-ui s. keeper 
of the records ; librarian ; great officer. 

l-pi-iii'biiiiiiirmni.ppiii s. office of great 
officer or of keeper of the records. 

'^[••-•Mi'hiuuintX s. chancery; court of 
records. 

T-f ^«An«-t/» a • dedicated or sacri- 
ficed to the devil. [diabolic. 

']>//«-<£.^iij^«. inspired by the devil, 

Tift-uiuf/ujin a. s. that worships the 
devil. 

'Yt'-""'i'"zi""'-P l"^' *• idolatry. 

')f[,i-u.uiiiiml,p a. deceived by the de- 
vil; diabolic. [vil. 

')-liM,u,uujpanLjn. a. agitated by the de- 

'V/.x-u/./iioi^ a. tormented by the de- 
vil, possessed. [bolic. 

'^•lii.uimk-uiiili a. like the devil, dia- 

']'lit-p , /fj s. charmer, enchanter, 
sorcerer, magician. 

'Yl-'-P-uifi'"''' a. magical, enchanted. 

'^[••-P-iupii/b s. place of witchcraft. 

'Yj^i-P-tiT, It^[, va. to charm, to en- 
chant, to conjure, to fascinate. 

'}'^,-Pni-p-[,Jii s. charm, incantation, 
enchantment, witchcraft, sorcery, ma- 
gic, theurgy. 

1./,£jj._/?/i<J> s. devilry, witchcraft, 
wickedness, bad humour. 

1-l't-P > [ij s. plain ; ease ; content-, 
ment; convenience; a. easy, conve- 
nient; flat, bare; ^ -/>, [• -n2_ ib'iilri_, to 
live comfortably; - wn^tr[j to facili- 
tate ; to relieve ; to give convenience ; 
ftum ufbilfii or puin iVmutg -[• , at his ease, 
as he likes ; /> -/» . /• -«£_. in a plain. 

T»^i-p."pA-4 a. easy to break, brittle, 
fragile, frail ; refrangible ; tender. 

%l,i.pu,plrlin,-P-l,iii s. fragility. 

T./z^^mpn/cf a. easy to be cured, 
curable. 



l-^t-piupn/ii a. what buds easily. 

p-nm , ^l„-p,iiii-p-h[l a. decayed, fragile, 
weak, slippery. 

'Yl.M-puiif.li'ii a. yery cheap, of little 
value, vile, common ; - ilu,7CuMn.l.-i_, to 
sell at a very low price. 

l-lii^pia^l,!.,,, a. common, ordinary; 
easy to be found or understood ; - //<_ 
it^, to be found easily. 

'\-t'-i'""t''"'S or i^iuiih a. easy to 
walk, commodious, easy. [dious. 

'\li<-pu,fyii a. easier, very commo- 

^lii-piutf-npir a. that makes or is made 
easily, easy. 

'Yli,.piu^npnil_a. tender, pitiful. 

1-/.t.^«.^^^f n. a. hasty, fretful ; sus- 
ceptible. 

n'f«-^<«^^^n-fTt-/?/it4 s. irritability. 

'V/.t-^ra£(.o<-X' a. flexible, supple. 

T-^L^/u^u/^^S or ^uipJipii a. that turns 
easily, mutable, changeable ; converti- 
ble, [versatility. 

T./iL^u.^u.^^nt/^/fii i . volubility ; 

'Y[,i-puiq.uji- a. that is easily deceived. 

T./.t.^mjSF-'"*" «• sensible, tender, de- 
licate, susceptible. 

'^[••-['•^ilL-pir a. that escapes easily. 

'{■li.-pmP-uin.mj'a. that fades easily. 

1-f <-^"»P"»<-«"£^ a. rolling, that is ea- 
sily rolled. 

'\-l,i-pu^p-lrp a . flexible, compliant , 
supple, pliable, pliant. 

']-[--p"'Rkp'"-Pl' s. flexibility, sup- 
pleness, fickleness. 

T-^f-^izyn/i- a. dissoluble. 

']'[ii-pu,^jjf a. easily kindled or in- 
flamed. 

T-^i-^u/^oi-^ II. condescending, com- 
pliant; gentle, easy, commodious. 

■'Yl'i-iiii'/iiii'p a. easily deceived, that 
can be taken, dupe. 

T-Zft-^io/umijuij a. moveable. 

'Y[„-l,w(„npu,u,/i a. refrangible ; fra- 
gile, frail. 

'\-li>-put}rui[_a. pliable, pliant. 

^l,.-piufr,ul„ a. easily consumed. 

'Vftt-paiiru/i, a. easy to recognise. 

'\-li>-pujttk;r, iMifr[i va. to bear or pro- 
duce easily. [ders easily. 

'Y[ii-pMulypi or iiniA/^ a. that engen- 

'l-/r«.^r,«4tt a. that burns or is burnt 
easily. 

'^[•L-pu,lil,pP^ «• docile, disciplinable. 

'l'/"-/""^"/' ft. flexible, supple. 



46 %\>V 

'h^i-piu/fnpftuA, a. decayed, ruinous, 
that falls easily. 

'\-t'-p-^k"C'"'-P'b'^ *• flexibility. 
']-[ii-pui/^piri[i "■ portable, that can 
easily be carried. [easily. 

'l-/.«-/..»4,„^ a. that liquefies or melts 

'Ypi-pm^iuJLap a. that can be easily 
related. Jtle. 

'\-l,L.pu,i,u,iil!^i;iP a. mild, affable, gen- 

■ '^[•t-pui'^u,^,, a . that agrees easily 
with his enemies. 

^{fi-puji,,uu a. that happens quickly ; 
easy, conceivable, that can be easily 
understood. [to comprehend. 

'l>/.tY'x«4u/«n;j a. that causes easily 

'Yt'-p"''ii'"-uj% a. easy, condescend- 
ing ; credulous ; credible, that can be 
easily believed. [simplicity. 

T'^i-^u/^mLM.irna.^f <J> s . croduHty, 

'}'^«-^««4u.L.«», a. credulous, that 
believes easily. 

1.^ iY""4""-«""»"'-/^^«-* s . credulity, 
facility of believing readily. 

'^[ii^puiifir^n a. very easy. 

'Vt'-['"''^l^Zi"t od. easily, with great 
facihty [spoils. 

'l-f«_^,u»4f<_S- a. that easily decays or 

'Y["-p'"'i'hui^,/ii^ a. that obeys easi- 
ly, ready or easy to obey. [ble. 

']-[,M,pu.^'ii,.,p a. very easy, or possi- 

"Ypi-pui^nu a . flowing , that flows 
easily. [ble. 

'V["-pui^ni-ui a. easy of access, affa- 

'l-/'<-^u.i/;o6- a. adhesive, viscous. 

1'/it.^u///;/,S-„<_/?^tS. s. tenacity, visco- 
sity, adhesive quality. 

']'[iL.piaif;„^a. what soon wears out. 

'\'l,i-puijhMuinij a. accostable, acces- 
sible- 

'\'l>i-puj,nupi^a. disciplinable, docile. 

^[•i-piuiniipqni-P-[iiii s. docility. 

'{•[•i^p.airaipa a. easy to digest, light. 

T'/.t.^iuJtn. a. easy to die. 

Ppt-ptaJtpJt S. \*[iL.piu^nt^u£ . 

']-[---.pu,Jkui a. inclined. 

'\l»-pu„nji-uf a. that enters easily, 
insinuating ; - //At£.' to enter easily. 

'Yl'i-p-"itnplriP a. gentle, affable, trac- 
table, flexible, supple ; sweet, agreea- 
ble to the taste. 

X-lit-puiiTuint-P-f S. QoJ-iiipuii/!nni-[3-ii • 

'}'l"-l"y""lP- a. what is soon over- 
come, [per, becoming, convenient. 
'\-p,-puijuipiru.p a. very suitable, pro- 



'\l"-C'^i'^'L «• mutable, changeable, 
easily changed. 

'Vl'-P"!)'!!" a- easy to hope; full of 
hope, hopeful. 

'I'lMM-pu/huij', ,u^iy vn. to make one's 
self easy; to accomodate one's self; 
to be at one's ease, to make one's self 
at home. 

'\l„-pu/i,uuiri a. easy, gentle, obe- 
dient, plaint, flexible , supple, conde- 
scending, docile. 

T-Z/i.^.iAy , '^ln.pui'h^nUi a. transitory, 
transient, of short duration. 

'^I't-fiui^i, a- easy to be gained. 

T>fi_^.zi^«4^«-/3-/.<_'fc s. , great gain or 
business ; opulence, wealth. 

'\-["~P'"^P'f- a. nimble, moveable, 
light, lithe, active, free. 

'y^liL-iiui^pJ-rn-P^l,^ s. agility, plia- 
bleness, mobility, versatility, fickle- 
ness, [ive. 

'hl"-[iM^>2l'/i a. versatile, fickle ; act- 

'V['i-piit^^aif a. easy to touch, pal- 
pable. 

l-lii-puiuiijiailip ,a. that deceives him- 
self easily; easily deceived. 

I'pi-puiuiui.nni.ir a. intelligible. 

'\fliL.piiiiMiu,uipuium a. active, prompt, 
nimble, resolute. 

'Vlii-pmuini-p a. easily got rid of. 

v["~P""^ • —uttL-ftli t —MiMn^nt^ (I • eX- 

pugnable, that can be easily taken. 

'i'lii-puiaui^nt.p-lit^'ii s. fragility; lub- 
ricity. 

I'hl-natatiitituuf t —Uiyld-mu CI . Slip- 

pery; fragile, weak. [take. 

%li^puiul>i,u[_ a. easy to miss or mis- 
%lii-puiii'iini%n. a. delicate, brought 

up delicately. 

pnL.puMiinL-1/ D. \'pi^niuItuiMtiit 

'Y^tLputuinuij a . easy to gain , to 
acquire. [inflamed. 

%lii-l,ia,lu,n. a . inflammable, easily 

'hl'L-pui^iin-ni^Plicii s- inflammability. 

'J>/u.^u..^/»u a. delicate, sinsible. 

'YliM.piumuip a. light; portable; conde- 
scending, [despicable. 

']'li^pa,p4iu,ruip'i a. very vile, very 

0«//«.^<i»jn«-5u/fcti/', nt-j[i va. to facili- 
tate ; to lighten, to relieve ; to give 
repose ; to soften, to alleviate. 

I'/zj-^f/ui. ad. easily, with facility, at 
pleasure ; pliantly ; currently. 

'\>[,i.puitLnp a. easy, commodious. 



47 'WV 

-ipnciiip a. friable, easy to reduce to 
powder. 

*\'lii-pujili[i,pni^[3-l,Ji, s. friability. 

that changes easily, changeable, muta- 
ble, variable, versatile. 

'^l„-p,u^u,li a. very dissoluble. 

%l$,-p,u^,yi_a, easy, commodious; 
that walks easily ; ad. currently. 

ylii-phuii-%, Yp*-P""~* 

^[•^pk-iip- a. easily cancelled or soon 
effaced. 

'Ylii-phiT, Ir^li va. to facilitate, to 
make easy; to accommodate; to allay, 
to solace, to relax, to soften ; to un- 
ravel ; to level ; to defer ; to untie ; to 
abate. [be easily tamed, pliable. 

'^ln-plrpiauui'ii a. tameable, that can 

']-[„.pp^,/pk^P a. tolerable, supporta- 
ble, [to understand. 

%[,^Pl^,l].nfblrib a. easy to take ; easy 

^[••-ppi'P-"'^ 8. rl"-p'"^"^'/L' 

'\'l"-pii''li'"i_a- susceptible, sensible, 
easy to understand, acceptable. 

')'liL.pifb,„lri_ a. tameable, tractable. 

'\'[,^l,[,iru,j a. easy to understand, 
intelligible, plain, clear, expressive. 

'Vl.L.pp, a. easy, light, gentle, com- 
modious ; flat. 

'Vl>'-pli_a. that makes easy. 

')f[ii-pn,in^ a. soft, flexible. 

'^[•t-pnt-p-ltt^ s. facility, means ; ease, 
comfort , convenience , well-being , 
leisure, utterance, liberty; alleviation, 
relief. 

'X'l'i^jiupu/ii , etc. S. '^liijiupiii'ii , etc. 

'l>/.t._jfu^/ s. hero- 

^l<u.^u„ly,up.u,'bn,-P-lit^i s. epopee. 

%lii.^uiijiiuip.u,p ad. heroically. 

'Yl-'-jui'^uiliu/ii a. heroic ; epic. 

-uMifiihufi a. that is become a hero, 
heroic. 

^ln-giui^ih-pii^uMli a. epic. 

'X-liL.t/u.^iirpi.ni-P-liLSii s. epopee. 

')^l,.-^,u^,nt-P-j,t^ s. heroism. 

1>/.ij™^.n«.4/. sf. heroine. 

'^[iL-^mluiun-'b a. deified, placed in the 
number of heroes or gods; heroic. 

'\-l,-^u,l„ir[jup a. excessively devoted 
to idolatry. 

'^{.i-^u.li.u'b a. of idols, of gods. 

%l,i.gu,^ui,uu,p a. sacrificer to idols. 

^l,i.^,u\u,pif.nL.i3^f,^ s. apotheosis, 
deification. 

I'lii^jui/jpo'ii a. idolatrous. 
24 



u^irutij 



vl"-q*^*if^i> —uiui^ii S ■ \'[tjjtuifh£^, etc. 

Olyrrtpus. 

'\'l'P' th *• P'- divinity, false god; 
idol ; liiupii.iri_ i^iq- ^[lu , to deify, to 
place in the number of gods ; ij-ui^nuylfi, 
-, the rural gods. 

•]■££«»/■ or ^/£.««/", -"jj-iij or _j/i 2;n. to 
discontinue, to cease. 

Ty^/A , •V^^/A S. T-i/^/A . [trivet. 

f^nt-'fcp Irplrpnin'lilru/li^ S. tripod ; 

'|-4«,_,^or T-.^nt^*. kidney-bean. 

'\illru.li , t/guy s. fortress, dungeon, 
fort; redoubt. 

'i-iliipi- s. shivering, shudder, horrour. 

'\-qni,q.t-j; %,[f,q.irir, irj[, vci. to shalcB; 
to move, to shake off, to agitate ; to 
raise commotions in a state. 

r'U'i'i-l"^' S. ^iifiq-linT. 



k,r. 



'Z.'TY'""* [to be agitated. 

'Vnpil-lij; ir^.y vp. to shake, to stir, 

^•iPtl"^ 1 '\-iiiiii-ni-Uh s. shock, concus- 
sion, agitation; disturbance. 

%Jh,li , u,^ s. tail of a sheep. 

1-J//t/ /y,/, cortj. therefore, for that 
cause, on account of. 

^iif-lrp , ojj s. muscle. 

'Vb,l.lrp,yl,% a. muscular. 

'\!ii,f.,^u!j^ s. pi. wave, billow: contest, 
contrariety. 

'Yhq.n.i^a. trembling, moveable. 

T&Y^frir, tjf vn. to make a noise ; 
to murmur, to grumble : S. i^>il^i_- 

l-^/tiT, tiy./, va, to lay, to set, to put, 
to place ; to constitute, to found, to 
establish; to apply; - /. •llj^p..,/ , to 
impose ; to put on; - ^'fcy. Jt^, to inter- 
pose; iliTpuu,[^, - , to reinstate; u^imii, - , 
to give a name, to name; .ru^p,,, -, to 
make war ; ui,u,„1,l- - , to honour, to 
show honour and respect; - ^^iiI^l . 
to obey ; - u,pir^p^ [, ^^4 , to place 
money, to invest; - i-l<pu , to compose 
books ; - /, upinl, , to think ; - ,un.u,2li , to 
propose ;- .^«.i.ii /, ^hiJl,"!,, - ^'i-l> [• 
P«./A, to expose ones' life; to dedicate 
one's self ; - j.^u,,^iiu:^,n..p^l,Ji, , to 
destroy; Jt.pi - , ,^,„„ /A^or pui-i>yu [, 
'//■Y"W ~ • to blame ; to accuse, to im- 
pute; — p.intiu 1 p.tuli ~ fillip. ni-Jh-u ^ to 

agree, to come to an understanding ; 
to promise, to make an appointment ; 



8 i-rn, 

,lkpu - , 'Ikpu [, 4!rpu,j - , to wound ; - 
fi 1-uipnj . to send to a boarding- 
school; — qn^ [t 'huiluiuutlfltii tu'l^Uij t to 

make one the shame or laughing-stock 
of nations; l< uiu.i, -, to reserve, to 
put by ; lun[,^ni-p^ jufiiilfii - , to take a 
resolution or decision; uiuiuinLJ^p -, 
to give orders, to command; -uin.J^_ 
jy.u%u , i^ii^qJiinilfitruAj , to compare, to 
confront; ffj-^i^k-f e^'-^u -. to speak a- 
gainst, to contradict, to oppose ; iuyi, 
qlpil, - n,_pnu._g, , to cry after some one, to 
call; li/ru/r.u i- //i«4 - c*"f »"-'% . to agree 
to live or die together ; iq-tztp "'{"- -• 
to turn night into day; 4>'<ve' ~/' i^'"L! 
to begin to walk; t-q-l'ji 'i^!^q_j""i3r" • I 
will make thee a father to nations; 

A-n.//a uaha Bic/buiu^win t -L Will tUm 

thee into a desert ; «»"■-/» ^ •ltp"ti 
Irq-h^l^ linuinplri^, to coudomn to bc 
shot ; (to put to the sword) ; ^u/i-i-iju, 
u.lrufb L. q-l.^p iiiri,uj^~q^'ii^-t to abaudon 
one's self to dissipation ; ^«^n^"'*«'i 
p-^u-iFufiLu - , to outrage, to offend, to 
4 - , to ravage with 



insult ; 



ut u UJUi lit tu 1^ 



troops ; i„p^u,_iifiiu - , to make inroads ; 
to plunder; Irpljlii^i^ iTm^ini- - /> ^^</</, 
to threaten with death; uiiiuniujli -, 
to ci-y ; uijuujp - , to weep ; - «"«- /"^ > 
to add, to subjoin; - ii^/bj^ m-pm^, 
to kill some one, to slay. 

'\'%[„r, hif-.y vp. to place one's self; 
to become ; frj;-.«'- i-m-i^i, the door was 
shut; Irq-iu.- ifPuif., he crowned him- 
self. 

^ib"u • h ^f- qiP^ii empress, 
princess. 

%Jiii,jiuy.-pui a. like a queen. 

'\'^njiu\uii^ s. wood-hen, water- 
quail. ' [queen. 

'\'^ui.jni^p-lnii s. dignity, state of a 

p«/i.#3H b. puliq-iii^' 

I'/j/.A , /i//A s. mill-hopper. 

'i-o.^, /. s. tremor, trembling, shi- 
vering, fear; ^-^ :,,upli.i.'iil,i^ to tremble; 
/. -j, h^ jlrpirp[. Iiuiu to shake, to stir, 
to shudder ; j, -{• liu,jn,-gu/iiiri_, to cause 
to tremble. 

'\:n,piiir, uitjiii/ or uMjl' vn. to totter, 
to stagger; to tremble; to start; to 
shudder ; to quake, to shiver. 

n>«ij.u'i/. . n- ^lupliui'iil.ir, to tremble. 

'}</jY#«oni_uu,ifr./', ni-gli va. to shake, 
to push, to move ; to astonish ; to cause 
to tremble, to agitate. 



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MP 



'\'n,ljajjni-^l,^a. whieh frightens ; tre- 
mendous, frightful, terrible, horrible. 

'l'"7_?-"i' *}'"'t?-"£_a. vacillating, trem- 
bling, staggering, reeling. 

1>ni^n2.""f-/'*' «f'- in trembling. 
1-nr^if n^u"/-, -^t//", frjjf vii. to vaciUftte, 
to totter, to waver ; to shudder. 

T-nf^ij-n^H^iffi s. vacillation, staggering; 
os<. nutation. 

'^nifni-Plii^, J '\fn,ini.m, s. trepidation ; 
start ; shudder, horrour ; convulsive 
motion ; whim ; shiver, shivering ; // 

to tremble ; u.4/l«. t n-mini-P-hiuirpL , with 
fear and trembling; hirnt-,n - jnui/t-pu 
/"A (the shudder penetrated to my 
bones) ; I trembled with fright, I shud- 
dered with fear ; - 4<»^/' [• ^k"!- itkpb'''" • 
at thy presence the mountains will 
tremble ; - fr/^^f . earth-quake. 

'\-nTC, 'l./iajT, /ui^J- s. shell-lac ; sealing 
wax. 

'h'jj'^' a- very little, exiguous ; small ; 
frivolous, light ; - /A^t very little ; 
pinch, drop. 

'\-nf^fuq.lii.M a. rare- 

n>n/^, ij-nt-itj s- pail ; tub ; - 4">/?/> , 
churn; S- lulixj/i. 

l-ny* , f.r>^i/<% proTi. this, that ; same. 

^npi^u^ ad. as much as. 

'Ynp.uik" ad. so, in such a manner. 

^nflioplfuiuli a. ad. such; in such a 
manner. 

Q-zA, ly s. tunny: loaf; biscuit; - 
juiiilru,i_, pickled tunny. 

T-ni^ni^s. jelly. [bushel. 

'X'npiuli, luj s. jar, pitcher; half a 

'\-ni„i„4tir, h^u,) vn. to languish, to 
grow weak, to die of hunger. 

T-ni- , ^n pron. thou, thee ; ^ .^4* , 
from, by or. of thee; thyself; ^^4*'> 
upon thee ; of thee. 

1»n£-m^ 1 UJa S. Cattle. 

"iifn-^/mpiuit./', Irgb vn. to make a 
short discourse. 

'}.r,^^uipiruij , ^kts «• little, very 
little, moderate, small, light, thin. 

Qini-c/- , [tji a. barbarous ; savage. 

'\'ni-i_ s. cessation, intermission, 
pause, relaxation , truce ; - *•«- q-tuij-iap 
ilfhiru to cease; - 1^. uiuimm-kit muiu to 
permit; to give directions; to order, 



to bid, to command ; to exhort; - .»i«y_, 
to cause to cease ; to give rest, to re- 
pose; - mn^.h/j to halt; to pause; - 
ina!tiiii-i_, to cease, to break off, to take 
rest or relaxation, to stop; - ifljiinL.^, 
armistice, truce. 

^nUim"!, s. beam. 

l-ni-ir, q-i/nj s. Catarrh; S. i^uipp-m-i/lu . 

T^ni-Vi , -/A^S. T-n/^ ; - nt-pli-j^, SOl- 

dom, rarely. 

'}'r,L.\if 4>i/»i/.4 s. kidney-bean. . 
^.nt.'fc^s. chin. 
'l><j«_n.«./ s. coat, dress. 
'Vni.re.t2Cs. heat-cock: venison. 

I'nt-n^i , t^pujli^ , ]tnt-np , i^^tun S. dOOr, 

entrance; sluice; - Jts-, portal; - or 
- lappa Jiili, the Ottoman or Sublime 
Port; the Court; ^^//A ./l//^^//^, the 
courtiers; i-pu/i, t^tj, almoner, cha- 
plain ; Ma[i,„,„_gl^ q.pni.'bp , porch, por- 
tico ; w^-piJiig [i »f.ni_^« , n-pufiil; fi — , from 
door to door ; ^.^op ^^lulik-inil^ , with 
closed doors ; ^n«-^ ^^/«»W/ , the street 
door, the gate, portal; /» ij-m^pu , out ; /• 

pending, very near; ,uii. q-m-pu Jhi^m., 
at death's door ; i-pni^i^ .^.J-nlun^ , the 
gatQS of Hell. 

'l-n...../.^ , ifumlrp , uij/ sf. daughter , 
girl; - k-,/pop ov ^irnS/i, niece; -np,j.i-y or 
if-iiink-p , grand daughter ; if-uink-p^ ^u»_ 
•luipl,, villages, suburbs; - l]/i«*///, the 
old and new church; - •[t^pli'ii \i[,iAb, 
the church triumphant. 

pnt-uinppf^ b. puinppfjl • 

"i-n^p, q.py or i-pli s. carpenter's 
tool, plane; auger \-uiu,jmuin.ui^, but- 
teris, horse-picker. 

'^n.-pi^, , q-pi-uA s. potter's wheel. 

pnt-Mp , n.puia D. \nt-ajt . 

']-ni,pii I ^"/' s. duke ; general, chief. 

'\a,p/rir, lrji[, vu. to tap, to stamp with 
the foot. [feet. 

1-/..^^«-'fc , T-n^oi-asi s. stamping of 

T"";/'/" 7-'V/»"'j 6". lecturer; scholar, 
one brought up at a seminary ; tran- 
scriber ; notary ; scribe, copyist ; a,p^ 
vni^ifi or j/»jK»m««4"y ■"' chancellor; 
^pn^uipaiai/iuij - , Secretary of State. 

^ulpu/iinjf S. t'lqpnjf . 

'\.uipu,uiiTin , ui^ s . protonotary ; 
chancellor; chief lecturer. 

^uipuiaint^ , ^iqpnj , mg S. SChool ; 

college ; <»«"/_ (inp) ^ - 1 to send to a 
boarding-school. 



T-PU. I 

'\'uipngailiu/i> a. school; of a scholar, 
of a school-boy. 

'\"HP"a'"'il'3 *• school-fellow. 

'\-i,(pn>-R[iLi' s. office of notary ; lite- 
rature, letters ; book, register; lecture, 
study; order of lecturers; lyp um-u/ry 
if-uipnt-P-hufi, , an idiot, ignorant, unlet- 
tered, illiterate person-; '/-A-,^%/'4 -^: the 
belles lettres, or polite literature. 

T-nAui^ , laj/ s. wicket; door of a 
carriage, etc. 

'V«A<"4™/i *. knocker of a door. 

^n^nuuiuii, , '^niiiuuiiu'ii , laj S. pOrter, 

usher, door-keeper. 

%ni,ujui,u'iinu.p^liii, s. portor's office 
or employment. 

'\-n.'biiiuiu/r,nL,i,li sf. portress. 

']-n>»»^u>^ , m_j s. latch, small bolt ; 
lock, bar. 

l-n-'ii/rp,,!// s. the vena portse. 

va. to make ring, to resound, to toll, 
to ring. 

T-ziA^^.r, /.-juif vn. to toll, to ring; 
^nS/j/A ui^uA^^ [iiT, my ears tingle. 

T.n.%^/,ti s. tinkling, ringing in the 
ears. 

T»/l.f74 or ^n-nfP- inutiV S* T«-"4 muilT* 

^umlrpuif-lip sf. adopted daughter. 
'l-i/in/.^ni , ,„j s. story, floor. 
'l-uuipli/i sf. a little girl. 
'l-iipn^s. blame, reprehension ; - u-n.^ 
"iilrij to blame; - ipt^u to be blamed. 

'\i,pnilirir, frj/r va. to blamo, to con- 
demn, to reprove. 

'^upniilrii, a. blamable, condemnable. 
%ipnill>^a. contemner, blamer. 

'Ypujii.J^ , 'Ypm^Jhtj s. drachm, dram; 
penny. 

^li.uq,opl[ni-s. that knocks at a door. 

Ty""/""' ' I'j < "'3 s. paradise ; garden, 
orchard; - /inpm-utujij Paradise Lost. 

1-^a//o»..u4<x/«_ s. bird of paradise. 

I'pui/uuiaiTCnt-'r, a. grown or born in 
paradise, in the garden. 

'^p,ijf,inuiu{,.j% s. gardener. 

T-^u/^u/i a. positive. 

pnutliij/jtiupiun i ^Ufi^u 1 -o/l4'' ftu- pO" 

sitively. 

l-^u.^/y a. s. neighbour ; that resides 
near, that dwells in the neighbourhood. 

'[•pui/^n'b^l./in'r, s. bot. dragon's wort, 
grass plantain; S. Z"''-"'ii''i'l"^"'^"'-!i^' 



oO T-PT- 

'Yp.uli^ni-P-lii, s. neighbourhood. 
T-^m-r, /Tj s. drachm; coin, money; 
penny ; -mlp •J2<''"p'^L< to pay ready 

cash ; — '^uiutuitiirl^y ^uiptiufuh-^ lini^h-^ 

te^L-C' *° coin, to make money. 
'VpuMinank'" s. numismatist. 
%p,uil'uinliinujliuj'tM a. numismatic. 
%pmir,n,fli,nn^[H<t^ s. uumismatics. 



% 



"fi^ 



[-/u s. funds, capital. 



'YpujiHu^npifni-P-ltt^ s. act of coining 
money. 

l-pujJ'ui^pai-P-'f s. numismatography, 

'\.p,.,.raj[3^n,-,j9^ s. bill of exchange ; 
banknote, bankbill. 

'\'P^„rmJ-n,in4a. that amasses money; 
collector, gatherer ; tributary ; s. col- 
lection; - u.ni,h,_, ib'uyi^, to collect 
money. [nummary. 

'^puiiTmliufb a. numismatic; pecuniary; 

'\puiinJliku s . half-penny ; half a 
drachm ; two pence half-penny. 

']-p,u,riu/j^,n- s. drachm, penny. 

'}-pu.,ria\n,fi , fj s. forger, counter- 
feiter, [er. 

^piuinuifUiuf s. miuter, coiner, money- 

'\.pu„ru,i,u,,iin^P'l"^ *• coining, mint- 
ing of money. 

'^puiiTu/iin^ s. money-box or -case; 
bank. 

'1y""'^z_"'4 s. agio. 

'Yp'ut/'uiiii^P s. capitalist. 

'Ypu,,ih,ipn[u s. money-changer. 

'\p,uii'uj]linlunL.ld^lit^ s. chauge ; ex- 
change. 

^p,uJ\u,f,npJi s. assayer. [money. 

^p.uJkir, i-j/, va. to buy or farm for 

Ypitjtit^t ffj I ypuihi^^t i i^lyui^ s. jamb, 
threshold; door-posts; portal, entry. 

'^pui'iifiii , "iilyiij s. courtier. 

'\-p,^'i./i a. s. beggar, that begs from 
door to door. 

^-pu-uuAii- s. festoon. 

T'^/u.ou.'fc^fr.r, ty^ va. to festoon ; to 
work in festoons. 

ppt/ttiiii o. pptMtfUin t yuipuJuuiuMli • 

%P>n^li , j/t-nj , •firu.g a. s. ueighbour. 
'\'puijin,_[3-[iiA s. neighbourhood. 

'\'p-t"'o /' *■ spoon; - ,1^ , spoonful; 
/unpni/tlip -/i, bowl of a spoon. 

va. to incite, to solicit, to instigate, to 
induce, to raise. [citer. 

'\-pi-bi_a. s. abettor, instigator, ex- 

'\-p^%l[.t.-i, S. q.^,f^/,cA. 

^pq-m-iu-jri/' vn. to stammer, to lisp. 



"•-sb y«- to shake, to stagger, to moTe, 
to agitate, to excite. 

Ivr""-/"^' ^3"ii vp. to stagger, to 
move, to stir. 

l-pif-n-^UL , lY,^„t.n£_iift 5. suggestion, 
instigation. 

Tyj^^iiA , I'p.f.^i.ni, s. prattle, chat- 
tering, chitchat. 

TyiJ-m^j^ s. infringment, contraven- 
tion, faithlessness. [contravene. 

'\'l>J-lrir, h^li va. to fail, to infringe, to 

'\fpJ-n,i^ s. violator, transgressor; a. 
faithless. [B.'\'cJ-'o%p. 

T-f/'a**. talisman, amulet. 

T-^.^^tiT, tj/i vn. to tap, to stamp 
with the feet ; to toll. [tinkling. 

I'/.^Y-/"-'*' s. stamping with the feet; 

'Vpn/ij- porter, usher. 

^pn/u^ s. hair-band. 

'^lin.^if, ly or luj s. character, mark, 
print, note, impression, stamp ;^seal ; 
bodkin ; blemish ; confirmation. 

'h^.ijj.fi/.i- s. medal. 

^pniJiui-nii a. marked. 

T-pir^JtiT, hj[, va. to print, to mark, 
to stamp, to decipher, to register; to 
seal ; to confirm ; - /«u»^««A««i- > to mark 
with a hot iron. 

l-pni-iun. , ,Mij s. incrustation ; sculp- 
ture; ceiling, wainscoting; thin plate 
of metal; emblem; well finished work. 

'1y'"«-"'?-'"4'"* «• emblematic. 

'1y'"'-'"?-^'A Irjit va. to incrust;, to 
sculpture ; to ceil ; to -w^ainscot ; to 
ornament, to embellish, to plaster. 

T-^ni-iu^f^ «. veneerer; plater. 

'I'pnL.ujm , ly s. eulogy, praise. 

'\-pni.uiuitir, A-j/f va. to praise, to 
give praises, to celebrate. 

PpnM.uJirr[re t p/itlt-UJiirnt-Hu D. ppm^iiiitt. 

l-pn^a-lii."!, s. act of putting or laying 
down ; place, position, posture, situa- 
tion ; system ; theme, thesis. 

ppni^ff- 1 ypnt-J-u/ti b. prtcr-jTff • 

l-ptinilj etc. '\>upnil_, etc. 
l-po^, ni-g or />j s. banner, ensign, 
flag, standard ; gonfalon : idol, statue ; 

-u Mupiiulllrij to hoist a flag ; \,fnL.guM'ulrl_ 

•ly, to lower the flag, to strike one's 

colours; [ture. 

'Ypo^if.npb-ni-Pl,^, s. statuary, seulp- 

T-^O^UjS- b. ^pO^IU£_. 



1 bl-l' 

lyiogu.^, u/j s. hem, skirt,^ streamer, 
pennant; flag; banner, ensign, stand- 
ard, colour ; S. T-^o^^. 

'Vpo^t.^fip , /ipmji s. ensign, stand- 
ard-bearer ; gonfalon-bearer ; ban- 
neret., 

'Vpo^uii.np a. banneret; ensign. 

%,o^i„l_, irin^ s. sculpture, image, 
idol, statue ; — tlip^ "imi-lipMuliu/ii^ , hier- 
oglyphics, [images. 

'I'po^j; tjl^va. to sculpture, to make 

']-(,o^,t,,.,it , ly s. sculpture, image. 

'}'^uu,fiu/ii a. ducal. 

1;^on^/3/.t5/ s. duchy, dukedom. 

T^o/ii_4// sf. duchess. 

I'o^o^s. toad ; stallion (lizard). 



\j (yelck) t^«. the fifth letter of tho 
alphabet and the second of the vowels , 
It is sometimes usedfor, or confounded 
with the letters 4 ►/'>«"; for example ; 
*^f'%> ti'k^; iri'k< kpk; l"-'ij It'-'ij^ ."y_ 

uufb ; y^tuK, miil^rTC-^ h , % , fivB ; fifth. 

\la.i.p^ , etc. S. boPi, etc. 

\!plr'iiu,ii.npir , wji s. cabinet-maker. 

yS/s.l/iiiiii.npifni-P-lii-'is s. cabinet-work. 

bptf/i-.u/ a. ebon. 

\}pt-'bnu, f s. ebony; ebon; ebony-tree. 

XSppTfujii^, [• s. hooded cloak. 

Xsppui/uj^i""!' a. hebrew ; - piuppuin. , 
hebrew, the hebrew language ; - oa*, 
hebraism, hebrew idiom. 

bww"?-^'" *■ hebraist. 
' ^sppuiiy^hpk''' ad. in hebrew, in the. 
hebrew language. 

hppiyl^jt >3'-"3 ■*■•"'• 'Jc?. jew; hebrewj 
-^ , the Hebrews, the Jews. 

\jf^u{uiiniuA a. egyptian, of Egypt. 

\}^l,M^iniii/iiwp6-ii/i, a. that has destroy- 
ed or ruined Egypt. 



bJi^ 1 

ySfliuimiu^uiuM s. maize, Indian corn 
or wheat: buck-wheat. 

bf/"'<<"«'4""- s. turkey-cock: ibis. 

yji^liui.ntypL s. egyptian alphabet, or 
life of the holy fathers of Egypt. 

b?^/"V"'"a/' > j"-"5 s. a. egyptian. 

Tjf/lM;.nni-4/# sf. egyptian woman. 

W/'" ' /' *■ ssgisi shield. 

b?-*-'/", "y s- Eden ; the terrestrial pa- 
radise. 

b</^t./;x.pn«_.^^« , -5-/* a. that has its 
origin in Eden, born or produced in 
Eden. 

b'^-A-i/iu^ui^/ , -Jhu/ii a. of Eden. 

b7-A-./;"4/n-</ a. composed of the flow- 
ers of Eden; of choice flowers. 

Xsi-hii'iuuiiiifiili a. planted or placed in 
Eden. 

bt- w "• one, alone. [alone. 

b^"pi"'*' a. unanimous: that speaks 

\;^ap,a'bn--P [••-'ii s. sollloquy. 

\lliupuii> ad. solely, only. 

Xjiaipn^'b a. sole, only, even. 

}siiu,lajp.tril', /rjj[i va. to assomble, to 
unite. 

b^'4 1 '"J a. one, sole, only; s. unity. 

\;qiij^,i/ii , uij a. gr. singular. 

\}ju./itii'i,wui%ii ad. singularly. 

t;ju/4<«i/n-/?/,ti s. singularity. 

b?f'W' «• 9''- singular; *. singular 
number ; ad. singularly. 

\;^Ji,,jii a. of one voice only ; un- 
animous. 

\;^uiJ[,s. a cavalier, rider, horseman; 
ad. with a single horse: small boat. 

\}qia'i,uiir, >i,ju,j vn. to assemble, to 
be united. 

\}q,,iii.uil>- s. enthymeme. 

}Sjlri,[iir, tji„!/ vn. to terminate, to 
finish; to coniine. 

b^tfin'-ffi' s. end, term. 

t^frf "!P ■ "'/'J s. pi. confines, limits, 
boundaries; horizon. 

b^ 1 ^'*' . t"'*j *• ox ; ast. Taurus ; 
tqli'i, luq^li bot. mullein; hqh'i' um^ bot- 
camomile ; S. Ij<^y"i4*». 

\;^iuii-li s. bot. mullein, shepherd's- 
club. 

Xji^iuiiJT^,. s. bugloss, ox-tongue. 

b^/oY^K-i- s. team, yoke. 

b^'*"4 ^' Oall ; U^#*«#/£_6-#y — t nulift — , 

cockchafer, may-bug. 

\si^iu,lib s. chasselae. [couple. 

b^""</^£. or Jhili s. a couple of oxen ; 



2 hUi. 

\!^,u%nii , b^'/'j. »"j s. ox-stall. 

u^jiinliup , Xji^ini/j \3tinii_s. cow-herd ; 
ploughman ; b'^'-y.- ast. Bootes. 

\j'llf"'pi"i[3 s. bulimy. 

b'/r' . yqh'p.g. , p-nj s. border, extrem- 
ity, end ; limit ; term ; shore ; edge ; 

- niiik-ij J- iTiufi,hi_, to end, to ter- 
minate. 

\SilPu,irl,[,m%l, s . prsetexta (a long 
white robe fringed with purple). 

\siv"'li-"3"'-P^b'^' s. conclusion; re- 
sult; epilogue. 

Xjt^uiliuiqnt-qu/lih-tri ni^tjli va, tO COU- 

clude, to infer. 

Xs-liiiiijni-gu/iilril', ni-j[i va. to oonclude, 
to terminate. 

]j^tu,jni-jp^a. conclusive. 

\jnph-ijt s, laurel ; t-.t^h-tpTj Biitnm-c^, 
laurel's berry. 

\;p-trp, mg s. othor ; hoavou; cAtw. 
ether ; - ititirp.miiiu'i, , sulphuric -;-./>«". 
3u,t""'h'"'' • empyreumatic acetic spirit. 

\j[S-lrrfgtjfauitituq , tiuilti T^ril', ji"'t "'/""/^ 

l^,p-iuj a. ethereal, aerial ; celestial. 

'\}P^lrpuiitl!ii s. chim. ethyle. 

\sp-k conj. if; provided, on condition; 
perhaps ; be it so ; - utpk^ ql-" • if 
you love me ; - «#ufe^i ^Iri^, if you be 
told ; - uipmujJ^ tc - o^, whether he do 
it or not;-/f54-, whether; perhaps; 

- »j_, save, if not, except; unless. 

\jf3-[iiy or \;plii-„y , lyj or <uy *. 
plungeon. [thiopian. 

\}P I^nifjJlui^li , \;Pl:nili/£ii,jb O. S. E- 

bz. S. \}i^ ; -/i u//^.«^ , means, expe- 
dient; -^ uitfiun-u n-maJhlrij tO dOViSO, tO 

find means, to remedy ; "i_4/» "imjui »^- 
tt_ ns_irnM-u, , they could not neither get 
out nor in ; n^ ^f i«£-«r^ ti. ^„^m ^«r, 
I do not know how to act. 

bt.. irinj, ip^'&. \s,r. 

bff"?- or b^"4 . iig s. straw-berry ; 
arbute-berry ; mniA^ -^ , straw-berry- 
plant. 

b^«/^«-'" . "!p s. place through which 
one goes and enters. 

Xsiu/bk-i^ s. ladder, scale; stairs, 
stair-case ; a. of going out or going 
up ; - ^lufinnliuiL. , a round stair-case. 

\Siiui,kir, hfl, vn. to go out, to go from 
the inside to the outside ; to ascend, 
to go to a higher place ; to be born, 
to take rise, to be produced, to proceed, 
to emanate, to flow from, to derive ; 
to attain, to arrive ; to agree, to be 
proper and suitable ; to surmount, to 



bib I 

surpass, to go beyond, to overflow, 
to advance; to stray; t^.-z^t luph^-u.!^, 
the sun rises or begins to appear on 
the horizon ; - [, lik^p or /. -It^piy , to 
reascend; to leap over, to cross; to 

gush out ; - ui^iui^ui^t jt llh-flutj Juini-npt t 

to tread the hen ; - ^ •ll'-f^j «yi"".««4/i , 

to cover a mare, a bitch ; - /. •jiunTiup , 
to disembark; - jnp2rj , to dislodge; 

- ,(iffiJ/Fuii/iip, to concur; to surpass; 

jnif-i^ng — , to sigh ; /» if-fllM-lu , [l ipni^Sh — , 

to be ended, finished; - [• lilrl„ii^ , [, 
l^lAiijui^niu , to make one's exit from 
this world, to depart this life, to die, 
to decease; to become defunct; - ^ 
4/i..uA^n../3^i'/»4 , to recover ; - ^t/^ 
uni-p , ijk%„ , to commit suicide, to run 
one's self through with a sword; /. 
tiiu,m[ii- - , to exalt or raise one's self 
to honour;- j,i/i,lin,il,'>iuni.[,nL^, to com- 
mit adultery ; to seduce ; ui'iiJhiu'u , ^u,^ 
miupli - , to have no part, to be exclud- 
ed; - ^tm ni-pni-^ , to pUrSUG, tO givO 

chase ; j«»^.«3 -, to render one's self 
hateful or odious, to fall in disgrace ; - 
/lum ^ip , to pass beyond, to exceed; 

- Ifni-ul^, i^um ^ui^ , to pass the flower 
of her youth ; - /.•«.« ihii^s , i<h^ /'^/u™, 
iii^[3-[,i% ni_i,nL^ , to revolt, to rebel, 
to rise up against ; - ^i/m ^u,qi,ipi, , i^u,„ 
Mj.nM.iCi, ^uMiiMM,_fliiM , to leave the city ; - 
[• 'iiMMML. , to embark ; - f 4'""-" ■ /' '^t • to 
mount in carriage, on horseback ; - 
l^Mf-MMMn-Mufj to meet, to go out to meet; 

-.[• MMfUMIMMlrpUMMlJ', tO gO tO faattlO ; ft JnpU 

- , to go hunting; - j,u%lin,il^Mu m/Im^^,,,^ , 
to go to bed; /^iq- i,uMliuin.iuii,M —, to op- 
pose one's self to, to resist ; - fftiMf. [fi,^, 
to occupy one's self, to dedicate one's 
self to ; /» ^uphuMg [, ^ojiliu hijfii I from 
one perverseness they passed to ano- 
ther; jMM^in^^iMMMjijfiMMn.u - , to pass froffi 
one subject of discourse to another;^*^ 
/f/>ti - , to buy, to traffic ; - // u[,pu, , to 
think, to conceive an idea ; to hope ; 
MiuMpif.utpliiJrM. f^if. „uli[i — , to clothe or 
adorn one's self with golden apparel ; 

- /«?if! j";jt' to remain, to rest over 
for the next day ; - jiu^nqnt-p-k-MM,"!, n-Mip^ 
h^Mijii [i ils-iMMM MiM-pnM.^ , to progrcss, to 
succeed,to promote an affair by another 
person's means ; o^4'fctu»^ ib3b" t""- J- 
Itm- [i ii'u,,u'iilri_^MtM-,r, (blessed be thy 
going out and coming in), God be with 
you, good luck to you. 

bftiju.^ui^t"' s. electroscope. 



3 bin 

[jlhliinpuih-iMiMf.^ , —h-uMjpp s. phys. elec- 
trode. 

• bz.*-4"v"<'4'"^' a. electric; - Jhplr'iiuMj , - 
machine; - ^i^nMJiu, - shock. 

Ysifrliiniimliui'hnM.p-i.ii, s. cleotricity. 

biAf'"'/""4/'/' *• electrophorus. 

b^Z/'n^'ui/iu^^/x/ s. electro-magnet. 

xijhiiinpMMMiiujt^tliutiii^ui'iM a . electro- 
magnetic. 

\li^/ii"["'"i^i^'l"""-P['M^' s • electro- 
njagnetism. 

\}jriiu,pu,'riiuMr, ui^uMj vp. to become 
electric, electrified. 

\jiiTlimpu,^M,fi s. electrometer. 

}jitr/i,ii[iMMM^iiM.juM'ii/rir, MiM-gp VU- to ole C- 
trify. 

\sjTliM„putjnM.^l,^s. electrifier. 

\}ihl[u,i,n'ii s. yellow amber. 

\J^r/£utpni^[3-lr o. Xjih-tjtiiniul^ittlMiit-P-fttjM* 

\SiirMjri_, -u uiM^uktr, to concur, to vie 
with, to emulate ; to surpass ; -» ^f?'. 
JlrMUMFp. uMni,lr[nil. with omulatioH, vying 
with each other, in concurrence ; TCunu 
qTCuin-l,^ - Mupuipl.g , I wlll pass from one 
subject to another. 

b/A-^t£p , .jvjTiJ^l., s. act of ascending 
and descending; undulation, wavy 
motion; mus. gamut, scales; -u u,„i,lru 
to go up and down ; to swing, to un- 
dulate , to wave ; - •ii'^'i'l'j > l^i"t"3 < 
modulation, cadence, trill, quaver, 
tune. 

b^«-«ArFi-«r>p , Mr,n\tg s. act of going out 
and in ; expenditure and income ; 
vestige, foot-step, trace ; mj- hplipliu 
irlihuMiJi^ uth-aiu'iMhij to Spy tho uaked- 
ness of the land you are come. 

\}it;pu/i,Mi.ujli,u'b a. belonging to ele- 
phantiasis; aff'ected with elephantia- 
sis ; - uf[iiui , papnmnM.p[iMii , clephantia- 
sis. 

b^'«7.'"^<"V, a. thatbelongs to Greece; 
Grecian, Greek. 

b^A>"i./""'> "• philhellenist, philhel- 
lene, philhellenic. 

\;jiJr%.z,jil, a. s. Greek. 

\jin,i_, «uj a. that which comes out of, 
which proceeds from. 

\}^n,iM„.pf s. proceeding, emanation. 

b/^'-t"'^ . -MMj s. highwayman, robber, 
bandit, vagabond. 

\;^,,.^„^uMp,M,p ad. highwayman-like. 

b^'-f "4/a *• companion of a high- 
wayman, of a robber. [bery. 

\;inM-^^M,M.{3-[iMA s. depredation, rob- 

'\sin,.MfiMM'iMir,r, Mfh va. to extract; to 



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produce ; — ij^iun^ui^ni-uli utpiTuim math, 
to extract the square root. 

\}jn,_q^,-.ilh s. shoot, sprout, produc- 
tion ; extraction ; - uipiTutnin^ malh . 
evolution. 

b^.c/J/iii s, being, existence. 

\}iniJ!l'h s. proceeding, emanation, 
birth, emission. 

\}ir,i^„ii , fiii^nhi s. carbuncle, boil; 
pimple, blister, bubo, malignant tu- 
mour ; - iriuiiiirij i^m'iih-i^jui'iip-u , to form 
a gathering under the arm-pits ; - .pu/ii, 
ij-uili^ug , alto-relievo. 

b^ I irilij s. pL elevation, ascension 
act of going up; gushing out; issue 
exit; proceeding, emanation, birth 
production; end, term; effect, event, 
success ; resort, resource; the east, 
sun-rise; disbursement, current ex- 
penses; death, decease; opening, aper- 
ture, market; excrement; - 4^//«^/»j, 
means, expedient; - 2fu,?/.«</;.u^4/. , the 
turning of the street ; - /. 4tt/«j , j.u^„ 
/•luip^l^ , decease; - Ju,/„n,/,i,// , j'u£^,i,t,/i , 
disaster; success; -, '^•[•pfi t^y. Exodus; 

llflV UC'"3 iftiiuAMtr/t ^iftuiMuiii ^tupk-fj 

lu„i,^k-i_, j,„[i^u,piri_. to devise, to find 
means, to remedy; jt^» .u^ifri_/7«_, o.,t»ui_<._ 
»nn«-. at sun-rise, at day-break, at dawn; 
jh-iii ,i.,„ih„uji,nj , towards the end of 
spring ; t^.. /, ,/;,,/. ^^t£_, to bethink 
one's self, to reflect, to exercise one's 
ingenuity, to find a means ; «/«- k-[[n^p 
uuiifir.u'buiy "iingu, , at their bounds, li- 
mits, confines ; j,M,ptrLjr,„l-j [• jh^, ,„_ 

phL.r,L. , jtrilij Jpi^i- [, iPf-mu , frOffl BaSt 
to west ; trl^ttMij Itui aC^iuqtiip ujiltuq Iriti t 

he lived a thousand years; jlriu ,^[,^ 
'"yl'j'' k I he is in the privy ; "--t///^ - , 
asl. right ascension. 

\ili s. act of coming, arrival. 

\}li , ,ujj s. a. alien, foreigner; exter- 
nal ; -p , income ; /» •U^piuj -^ . accident, 
misfortune. [come now! 

b''^. - p^/'! - n-ni-\ int. come on! 

b//'"4"i "• summoned, cited; - lun.^ 
'iilri_, to summon, to cite, to go to law. 

\}liiii,nji-n, , •ri„[,jj or <«j s. a. revenue, 
income, settled income, annuity, inter- 
est, rent; proselyte, neophyte ; foreign, 
extrinsic , exotic , false ; -^ uip^nHifi , 
finances; - ••luiph-liufii , revenue, annual 
income ; •,inu^i,ui_ q-'ii , to receive one's 
income. 

b4'"»-"/' I '"J «. that comes, foreign. 



jj^iai^npk-iT, /ri/fi , \}iiiti-np[,i/ , t-j/uif Vtl. 

to come. * [arrival. 

b4'«t-";""-/3^/' . b/tf^i^'-Pt s. coming, 

\}fit,jtju,^npu,1, s. field or camp- 
chapel. 

\sliir,ilrju,liia'i, a. ecclesiastic, belong- 
ing to the church ; *. ecclesiastic , 
clergyman. 

b4%%"»4"A"'-/?/"-*' s- clericalism; 
holy orders; /3^//^«i-/_ f > to abandon 
the career or state of a clergyman, to 
throw off the surplice or the cowl. 

sacrilegious, despoiler of the Church. 

Xslihiihju/biaiT, «"_j'f/ vn. to assemble, 
to be convoked. 

b4i-'t%'""<«'4 ' -"/•"'*' S. Xjiihiit-^uiiM/ii . 

\;lllrrlh-a,uululii'ni-J'iruiMnlrlluiif.[ip S- hlS" 

torian of the Church , ecclesiastic 
historian. 

^lllTi[lrqiiijni-ju/iilrir , "s-j/» VCi. tO aS- 

semble, to convoke. 

\}lilr,ik^jj[, , y,-n, , jA--'"j s. church, as- 
sembly of the faithful ; temple conse- 
crated to Grod ; assembly ; ^.im-nptruii^ 
-, the church militant; juj,iP-u,liu/b -, 
the church triumphant. 

\}litr>iivjui,u'i, , «#j s. church-warden ; 
patron of a church ; sacrist. 

\ililr,ilrt,„i,u'bnL-lflf s. offico of church- 
warden ; office of patron of a church, 
of a sacrist. [of a church. 

\;(i/r.il.-jap^'iikp , "bt-.u^ s. consecration 

\j/£>lji-u[iu.u,nku s. Ecclesiastes or the 
Preacher; Ecclesiasticus (book). 

b4^"A s. thistle ; chard. 

b'4 . b4'? int. oh ! 

b'f^S. p«-»^- 

b'^<"7-> '"jr s. way ; means. 

bY_"'4"''fc . uij a. created, made. 

\},l,u/(,<A,auik" ad. with creation ; like 
a created being. 

\}nuiliiutttuqni-qtublrtS* * "'-31' ^^ • ^0 

create, to cause to exist. 

\s,uu,/h/i, s. cruet, vial for oil. 

b^-"* I '"J s. fork, pitch-fork. 

\l,l,ii'/„ali , luj s. mode, modification ; 
form, formule, make, manner, way; 
sort, kind, quality, condition, conduct; 
means, expedient ; turn, trick ; mus. air, 
tone, modulation; time, measure; gr. 
mood;- muipi-nf, season; uAif-npi- - , 
dead season. 

b/j>"^""4«"-<»/» a. harmonious. 

\}q,u'i,iuiiuii-npirir, frj[i VU' to luodify. 



XStluHiui^uit-npni-iih s. modifieatioTi. 

\}il,a'i,uiliir.r, lrg[, yu. to sing harmoni- 
ously. 

bY_»»V"'"' l^'ik or ir,iMy vn. to be, to 
become, to be created; to happen ;- 
"■-/'*4! . to sojourn; - ^^/^ pmi^, to 
know a woman; i^'il-^p i^i" h^ h,^^ inj., , 
let there be light ! and there was hght ; 
*'7.%f or f^'ibjit '^'d'sl' • amen, so be it, 
be it so; Jt /r.il>j[., God forbid! 

\s>l,i/i.ni^[,iii s. creation; being, 
creature. 

bf."'/' 1 "y sf. spouse, wife. 

XSilioplilrJ', Arjf va. to anoint, to oil. 
^'Ur'"iP ' P°l' ' P"'r3 *• brother ; >/tS- • 

tul-uiil. , Irpk^ - , eldest - ; lipinuhi, - , 

youngest - ; - 4o^ or tFop , uncle ; u.^. 

lutiMuitut^np — , lay — ; — ^ "^pliumna , - in 

Christ-Jesus. 

\Silpiujp,upu,p ad. fraternally, brother- 
'y; - h'^uii_i>i"i- JliJhui'iiu, to live toge- 
ther like brothers. 

^•lF-"i3P"'tl'c • f-pl' *• adopted brother. 

byF'Wf «"4"A a. fraternal. [ber. 

^iP'yc^it'j *• fellow, fellow-mem- 

\jlP";jp'"iji'"-RI'i-''' s. fraternity, bro- 
therhood; fellowship, [member. 

Xl'ip-yp'iAii'i/', ui^iy vn. to be fellow- 

\;np,ypii,%nji s. monastery. 

bvF"^/""«'t'i» > •'ti'"'3 o- that loves his 
brother. [deceives his brother. 

\s^ujpuiuuiiJi> a . fratricide , that 

\}ilp.uijpMauufuM'h,iM-P-fi,Sb s . fratricide , 
murder of a brother. [brother. 

\s,lp.uijl,iMia,lriu^ a. that hates his 

}S'lP»^l""">lrj>"-P-p--'r' s. hatred, ill 
will towards a brother. [hood. 

\},lp.,ypnLj3 [li.'i, s. fraternity; brother- 

\S'iP'yi'ul'p'"-P-l"A s . charity , bro- 
therly love. 

b'/F"f"" s. hot. hellebore. 

tf-t-nj or i-t-uy s. son of a brother; 
nephew. 

\jilk-ut!ii , nf-MTu/i, s. hoar-frost, rime, 
frost; l^ui'itlri^iriihJh/u , to drizzle. 

Jji^p-npna S. \3^^^.np^u * 

\}il/r^iuiSim/i , uMj a . dwelling in 
places planted with reeds or canes. 

\}i/lriiiiMiifantjb^ s. swoct calamus. 

\}qlrifiu,lun.lii. «.heap of broken canes. 

'\},llrifiui.ilri. a. in the form of a cane. 

\jqlrifiiui^uiip. , -mni^puili s. rccdy fen ; 
place planted with canes. 



Sii bTLt 

IjTit-q.'iiuijniL.ui s. walking stick, cane. 

\},lt-qi„uifin,i^s. pipe, flute. 

\j,ilrqi„A,^,p^nM.p s. species of acquatic 
vegetation found in stagnant pools. 

hqiriS't-iii/ a. made of cane ; - n-iui-ui, 
•ju^i , cane, stick made of cane. 

b/^t^'*'f4 *• small cane. 

b^fr?*/"'-"' a. reedy ; *. reedy fen. 

\},jir!ihu,[uiuni. a. loaded with hoar 
frost, frosty. [drizzling rain. 

{ji/li-aiiuifiiuip a. drizzled, spoilt by 

\},llrm,uiuiuiin a. covered with driz- 
zling rain. 

hiitabuip^n.- a. that casts, produces 
drizzling rain. 

Xjillylti^uipuip S. Xifptt^'Ui^tup • 

Xjifh-iLli , n-u/b or pu/ii , trpniiip Or A-_ 

qlrp^ s. rascality, offence, misdeed, 
malice, crime, wickedness, fatality; 
catastrophe ; j- uA/iiJiinin%uji_, to com- 
mit a crime ; - y-muAt^ , to experi- 
ence misfortune, losses; to risk, to 
be in danger. [ed, rascally. 

b/^A-reAia^fT^ft-, uij a. flagitious, wick- 

b<^fr/i-'S>u.^#.^4-n«-/?/«-t» s. villany, wick- 
edness, heinous crime. 

\},ltniiifliuA , -jlfii , -i-iip a. flagitious, 
wicked, rascally; bad, maUcious ; enor- 
mous, atrocious. 

lj'£fe-"*oi-/?/< s. rascality, wickedness. 

\}illrp , \S'if^p4; ' pn'^ip s. complaint, 
lamentation; tragedy. 

'[jil^put^iiM'ii a . mournful , dismal , 
dreary ; lamentable , plaintive ; tragic; 
- iuj,in,M,/i/rpq.ni-P[itii , tragi-comcdy ; - 
•lutluT^.i/ii , mHu^, tragic end or death; - 
mtiu^lj tragic, sad spetacle, tragedy. 

\s,ihpiuir,yp sf. weeper, mourner. 

byt^y. , '^qk-pq-mll, lug S. WlM lottUCO ; 

succory, endive. 

bf^t^t^^u.^ , -tj.u.liiu'i, a. elegiac- 

b'£i/>t^¥-'"- . "y a- elegiac ; *. elegist. 

}s,lhplrpii.ni-P-liLit s . funeral song ; 
elegy. 

\;,lirL.ph , b^iinj s. pine ; fir ; cedar ; 
mugwort , artemisia ; kidney-bean ; 
southernwood. 

\},ikt,%,aif«i/in , I'j s . cedar ; cedar 
wood ; fir-tree ; fir-wood. 

byti-?/^ , ik-uiji a. cedrine. 

bi/kf , Iritk^tt «• endive, succory. 

\sqki-''' I qlrq-"''i'j .?. rccd, cauc ; pen ; 
stem, stalk of corn ; rush; straw, stub- 
ble; perch, pole: sweet calamus; walk- 
22 



hXff I 

ing-stick, stick, cane ; - mui>ii^ui,/.„i,^ 
itiuij, glass-blower'spipe, blowing-iron, 
bunting-iron ; - ^u^u,i,[i , sugar cane ; 
~4''7-^"^/'^» bambooj— miitppujpu/iitul^tjjb, 
(glass or brass) blow-pipe. 

\j'i!^t'i'"'z^'i^'"[< s. sugar-cane. 

^'itf'i'l'/i , etc. S. \}iit,ii,[,i^ , etc. 

h'lj' • tifi-nf s. green corn; - /«<»■>»_ 
Jlr,x,u roasted corn or grain ; S. \T"'-i'li- 

b'z/'^. b'i/'^^*- bot. nettle; j^-«i -, 
indigo ; ^htCI, „hpUL , bot. ivy. 

*bql>inj a. delicate, tender; smooth, 
glossy. 

XJiljiuutlltuii or Xj'lJiL^ulrujii q-uj^i^ S. 

Elysian fields. 

h'ib^t S- \}iiu/i,[„r; - p-k, suppose, 
supposing that, that being supposed. 

\jiip- s. destruction ; refutation ; a. 
spoilt, corrupted, misshapen, bad; - 
^np- ad. disorderly, confusedly. 

b'lp-'uq.nplr a. ruinous, corruptive, 
destructive, noxious. 

\lq}rujq.ni,lr[,ir, irt-^iy vn. to fall, to 

ruin, to decay, to crumble, to be 
destroyed by time or accident. 

b'lp-iafnpi-tii.piiiA s. wicked action, 
iniquity. 

1j»^6^,«4«,A , \},ip-,ii%lr^, a. corruptible ; 
fragile ; that may be effaced. 

b'fS'«'*'fr»/'. tiip-[i va. to corrupt, to 
spoil; to vitiate, to destroy, to ruin, 
to undo, to efface ; to erase, to scratch 
out; to disfigure; to abolish, to abro- 
gate, to annul, to cancel; to disconcert, 
to put out of tune, to disorder; to 
overthrow; to waste; to notch, to 
mar, to choke, to bruise ; to cross 

out ; - qlfhu,"!,,, [, 2i^Jh,p,„ni-P/r%i^ , to 

deprive one's self of, to shut one's ears 
to the truth. 

'\}qiru/i,[,j; hifir,,., vn. to corrupt, to 
spoil, to destroy ; to disfigure. 

iriJiihir. [destroyer. 

ti'/*-/'i.a. s. destroying, destructive; 

yiifir ni-uiif , nj , \;,fp-,„_;/i, s. corruption, 
depravity, decay; destruction, exstinc- 
tion ; blot, erasure ; abolition, abroga- 
tion ; J— frg^ juiiiiuil^iiMhnM^[3-^tLM ^iiiitnM.^ 

g^%hi_. J- ^,bi_, to destroy, to ruin, to 
annihilate ; j- ,ui-lrpu/iiu,^ p^/'hi j- 
•fil'ij •nuin%l,i_, to waste one's self, to 
throw one's self away, to consume 
one's self, to wear one's self out; to 
faint. 



b'/4 a. lukewarm, tepid. 

\},l!iuili,ut, a. plaintive, mournful. 

b'/i'"^'""^! "y^ vn. to cool, to be- 
come tepid. [tepid. 

XfilJiuj^ni.^ui'iitJ; m-i/li va. to make 

b./jihi^ a. lamentable, deplorable, 
unfortunate, miserable. 

\;,l^nt-P-liLii s. misfortune, misery, 
disaster, calamity: lukewarmness. 

\;,i.tu,%i,iir, tuguif vn. to implore, to 
beseech, to conjure. 

\},lu , h./l^, , kifufi,^ sf. hind ; roe. 

onyx, sardonyx. 

\s,^-n[,p- , ntj s. fawn. 

\}ili,>-li s. disgrace, misfortune, dis- 
aster; a. wretched, unhappy, misera- 
ble, unfortunate; int. alas! what a 
pity ! how unlucky ! - ijlm ! - t«r t« ! 
woe is me! wretch that I am! oh! 
how unfortunate I am ! unlucky me ! 
-u tiuipif.uiijii'hJil^i , to believe one's self 
unfortunate; J- u,'uliu.%lri_, to supplicate, 
to entreat, to beseech, to expose one's 
griefs, to pray, to implore on bended 
knees. 

b7»"-^'?* . yii^fr'"'i'3 s. nail; claw, 
talon ; hoof: onyx. 

tfy^i.^*. hinderance, obstacle. 

bY"«-"> 1 tqti'li a. substantial. 

b,^£t^,o^fr,^ a. horned, having fine 
horns. 

\;,l^k-i,M.,/uk<f- s. gutta-percha. 

\s,l2h-pu.libT:iiP- s. rhinoceros. 

\},i^puii-n[i , "»y a. horned. 

\;q^lilru,i , Iruit. , Iriy^ u. homy, cor- 
neous ; s. trumpet, horn. 

big/i-pfiil- s- carob-tree ; carob-bean. 

^S'l^-cl'i s. cerastes, horned serpent: 
cornelian: a. brazen-faced, bold, 
shameless. [-, the stag bells. 

\j>lSfri>"'- 1 ""J sni. stag ; hart ; p.uin.ui^ 

\}i^pn^Lu^,u^, /.J s. chimaera, fab- 
ulous monster. 

\}ililr(inL.li , pli"'3 *• tame jack-daw. 

\},g/!-l,jlrir, tj^ va . to butt (as a 
ram) ; to gore. 

\},i2b<-[> I 2^(1 , ^r"'3 O"" t^iy *• born; 
huntsman's horn, French horn ; vessel 
or cup made of horn; salient angle: 
power, force; glory , honour, praise: 
*oupping-glass : bot. carob-bean: cAe?«. 
retort; - /iiniinilui^uit-np , tubulated-; 
- uiS^t^ S. bYi^/»jfr«/*; to puff one's self 
up with pride; to threaten, to menace; - 

ut'/hiiJitJIiii'/j p.tiinAmtinM-quiltn-/ it—u p ^luu^ 



bVP 1 

^'&^P "'•rpuipiniui-iii'lini-P-lrit/b , to lift 

up the horns, to become insolent, ar- 
rogant, proud, tyrannical; to raise 
one's crest, to rebel; •[•ii-ku l,.np,„u.iiyi_ 
m^ utirpiupmun-u/iint-P h^i/ii , to brsak 
the horns, to humble, to humiliate, to 
break down, to lower the pride ; - 
^plini.p-lrm'i, j^i/nf , hom of my salvation; 
reliance , support , strength , prop ; 
fs-uipifi iriflitjl, — uiiiif^upn/ , the just shall 
lift up his head; the righteous shall 
be exalted. 

\S'illiM-[iiup.niu a. horned, cornigerous. 

\}'l2J"-cl-li , etc. S. b'^^-fM . etc. 

hi/k . k-ui^ V. auxiliarij. to be ; 4- ?/' i 
kp ql' . 4- ""-/'Ajp > k h-pp-ke- ip"' < some- 
times; it happens, it turns out; A-« *-»/* 
\S^u,ni.,uir ' np ^% , I am that I am ; 
ku hif k-n hif'unfii np f^,2lrJ', I am, it is 
I, it is I who blot out and pardon ; 
.«»i># «ipn£ 4-/A IrplinL. npn.f<^ , a ccrtaiu 
man had two sons ; kp ««»/;»j lrp^nu„a^ 
u«A/.j, he was twelve years old; j"«-. 
niiri_h,r, I am eating. 

b.yL#4 , ,„j s. dark or obscure place, 
valley, side. [pallium. 

\}illii[inpn'ii , /i , ail- , \}J',l,npin S. pall, 

bi/3-pA uiider; S. P^'f 

\;'ii[3-u,^p,„p.,up ad. hypothetically. 

\}'iil3-,u,f.p,uliia'ii a- hypothetical. 

Js'iip-ta^pt-ir, f.-j[i va. to submit, to 
subdue, to subject: to suppose, to 
presuppose. 

[fifPMiifpni.p-fii-'i, s. submission, sub- 
jection;supposition, assertion, demand; 
hypothesis. 

'is'iip-iaint.u'iit-iy 0. subluHary. 

'{fltp-iu/^,,,/ , [,j s. subject. 

XfliP-ui/^MafiuliiiA a . hypostatical ; 
constitutive. [to exist. 

\fii[3-iuii,uf,u'b,uj; lugiy vn. to subsist ; 

\piP-ia^uifiMtnnL.nntilh-li't "'-^l' VO. . tO 

cause to subsist or exist. 

\}'i'P-"'li'yn,.p-liJii s. existence ; hy- 
postasis. 

b'fc/Ju.it'" SI ^iinnpuifiii'n. [mlssion. 

\}'i,p-iuJtii.ni-p-l,iii s. subjection, sub- 

^fiip-iuii^s. chem. basic salt, subsalt. 

\}'i,p-uiSh,ai , [r s. hyphen t mark of 
division of a word (.) • 

yiilS-m'iipu,^ s. subclavian. 

yiipk-ik" s. eel. 

Ifiipt-p s. towel. 



57 bn-D. 

\j"iuip^nii , U.J s. prefect; viceroy, 
vizier. [royalty, vizirate. 

\}uiujppnunt-P-[,iJi, s. prefecture ; vice- 
buf^^'^" . /' s. pinna-marina. 
\ji>ihp,a'hp s. pi. blame, contempt. 
\s.MiL-pkit a. reprehensible. 
\3„ilrplTj; Irgl, va. to blame, to despise. 
\>"t'^pl'i_a. s. blamer, contemner. 

U"lkpnt-lfft S. XJaih-piititD * 

\su(lilini.phu/ii s. epicurean. 
l;«//"/^''V'i"" «• sacerdotal maniple. 
\S"il'"i""i"" I '"a s. bishop. 
\;u{liuiin,Minuuili,u'ii a. episcopal. 
\;iii[iii/iau/ni,u,/j[,j s. suffragan, com- 
panion of a bishop. 

\;ufliullnulnn,M/l,l„l,a tt. whOrO & blshop'S 

see is ; - k-lihnk^[,, cathedral. 

\;uiliulinuinuui.,M{k-ut s. archblshop. 

\$ufliu/initinuiuui/i-utni~[3-[ii^i s , archbi- 
shopric. [bishop's palace. 

\si,i[,uliniiinuiiip,ii'i, s . bishop's see , 

\;i^liu/inuini,tu/i, s. pi. the bishops. 

\;uil,u/inuiniii,i-[3-[„i, s . episcopate , 
dignity of bishop, bishopric. 

t/L s. ebullition, bubbling: three; a. 
boiling: third., 

\}iLiapuiJ-[i'ri Muniih-il'va. to trisect. 

\Sn.u,p.u,2l" s. trinomial. 

tn-<«/?/i«- , -p-nL-iru/ii a. three, com- 
posed of three numbers; ternary. 

\;,uuip-p-n<-ni-li s. tritoxide. 

\}rL.uicf-fU%p b. \jp IrvJ- uilip • 

bn-«'/n'-"*-"'4 "•• chem. triphanous. 

yjn-ui/ni.iihuiii «. havlug three lights. 

bn-'"4«'*'?-"'i a. of three cubits or 
fathoms. 

^jn-uilih-pui a. chem. trimorphous. 

'\jiLiulipJiMfui'ii„^ a . furnished with 
three couches or seats, 

\;it-i''li}t ad. trebly. 

\;n.uiltn,iJb,a'ii , -linipliM a. trilateral. 

}sn.uii,uiu,np a, in three volumes. 

|jn.««4/"-"'"4 I — 4/"-"^"'4 ^ • that 
consists of three things or words ; - 
%»i-u<^, trisagion. 

tn-"'4i»"'2.o. wonderful, astonishing, 
surprising. 

'\Sn.ui7Clr,l_a. having three branches. 

'Xjn.iuir, «._j// vn. to boil ; to bubble ; 
to shudder; to swarm; to crawl. 

\}n.iuiru,%ujli a. of three times or 
measures. 

\}n.u,J'iuu'b , -iFiau'iitriuj u. that consists 
of three parts ; tripartite. 

}sn.uiJhuy, -Jkui'ii tt. triennial. 



bn-u. I 

\l,L,„Jkft a. supreme, very great; 
trismegistus. 

\;n-u,Jl,ibn'b , ^j s. trillion, [months. 

^n.,uiruir,u^ , t4/> s. quarter, three 

\}n-uiiruhuMi a . of three months ; - 
J-uiJ'iu'iiuili , term of three months , 
quarter. [mar. three-decker. 

\}ii.uijuMi,li a. of three stories (house); 

b/tiu^,^ , /i s. ad. two days ago, day 
before yesterday, [fervently, devoutly. 

\;n.ui%q.ii,fli% a. fervent, ardent; ad. 

\liLij/Lq.t-iii'i, a. of yesterday. 

}jn.ii/iiii.'i, , n-tu/ri s, ardour, heat; 
warmth, bubbling, ebullition, over- 
heating, effervescence ; fervour, fire, 
fury, rapture, zeal, devotion; activity, 
vivacity, vigour ; abundance ; - i/ii/uy , 
enthusiasm ; - "<&-£^ ot-i/t^ , to inspire 
one with ardour ; - iHupu^li , ardour for 
battle. [ous, eager. 

\sn.u,%^iiuitg a. fervid, ardent, zeal- 

\}n.uj'iiifiMuliinjifiMilia. sparkling; fiery. 

lsa-u/i,q.'i,ui,i^[i a. devout, spiritual. 
\;n.ui%^'iinu, , Muj a. boiling, hot ; fer- 
vent, ardent; fiery, spiritual; devout. 

bt/^ii^ii s. triangle. [trical. 

}jn.u,'iili[ii^-iu^uiifiiiiia% a', trigonome- 

\}iuu,'iilil,i^,i,^]liniji s. trigonometry. 

bn-«'^'4f •-*/' a. triangular. 

Xjn-ii/bjiiik-u^ a. of three persons. 

XliL.n'iinJi, a. of three names. 

Xjilmu^^ a. verse of three measures ; 
s. trimeter. [times. 

\}n.uiMi(Miiui[ii a. triple; ad. trebly, three 

\;fi.uiMqaiinf[t.-ir, hglf vo. to triple. 

\}n.ujuiu,n,in--P[iiii s. treblcness, tri- 
plicity, triplication. 

\ln-uiuit-u, , uij s. triumvir. 

\;n.uMuilruituliii/it a. triumviral. 

ljn-«uu^4-.#in«-/?^tS# *. triumvirate. 

'\}n-ixMilui'uli a. trisyllabical; triphthong. 

\}iuiiiinlruni-P-lii% S. p/iyS. trlplopy. 

\;n.uiu,nt-P-liL.% s. math, trisection- 
tn-"'<nf"'4 a. divided into three parts, 
divided trebly, trisected. 

\)rL,^jnim,s, chem. boiling, ebullition; 

\}n.ui^nL.gu/l,lrir, ni.j[, VU . to makO tO 

boil ; to warm, to give heat ; to make 
to swarm or crawl. 

t'tu^jot-jf^ s. mcch. boiler, water- 
space (in the steam-engine). 



38 bpa 

'\}n.[>i:u s. priest. 

\)n-j;,u s. melody, song. 

'isa.nuiiiAp s. tripod, trivet. 

b'«-o/»i-«y a. triduan, of three days. 

b" , /"^, /A<i pron. I; *-« /»i>pi , myself; 
jlAH liniiji'u/iik • as for me , for my 
part ; £om ^i» , in my opinion; i«4«««-i«_ 
0/.4 trii , here I am, here am I ; t/« t-j; 
it is I ; "^ tj" [ftii 4. jfiu , I am beside 
myself, distracted, I am not master of 
my self-possession, I am driven mad. 

\}mlrquil{iM,i_, uii/ s. liouteuant, vice- 
gerent ; successor ; a. stationary, firm, 
stable. 

\i,ihniuiuipJ- s. mech. movable, tra- 
velling steam-engine ; locomotive. 

'ijuwt^MMiui^ , uiy s. vicegerent, vicar. 

\;mlr,iiMiuiii,'in,.p-[„ii s. lieutenauoy. 

b"» i^'i- Iru, ad. very soon, as soon 
as, immediately ; tm iki„k , successive- 
ly, by degrees. 

b'"7^i t.nt/^j. place, spot, stead; «««. 
lrinh,i_ad. there, in that very place, in 
the same place; immediately, directly, 
forthwith ; ^ mn^n^ij to stop, to cease 
to go. [S. \p. 

bi» . be ; "T^L - , live, fare thee well ; 

b/i"'if-, t' te 0'' "^-e '*• quick, nimble, 
prompt, rapid, swift, current ; — or 
-u ad. quickly, currently ; very soon- 

\j£ruirf.uifLttf^ b. \j{"^^ ad, 

\jltaM^ujf%u,j a. that goes, that walks 
quick, rapid, prompt. 

bf«"7-«"S-mijf. a. that points, that 

begins to appear soon. [fied. 

b/»'"?-"'4"'/_a. soon thawed or lique- 

\spij,ii-ui7Ct-,r a. that runs rapidly 
(steed). [ingenious, sly. 

b/""7^<^<" a. subtle, brisk, cunning, 
bfu.^i«.»/;ni.t/J^iA*. subtUty, slyness. 
\ipu„l.uj)ir,i_ a. soon changed. 

'\ipujtf.uiuiku ad. quickly, rapidly. 

bf»<"?-«""i;"j a. that darts forward, 
that runs quick, quick. 

\;pu,f-u,uluu,i_ a. that fails, soon or 
easily mistaken. 

\}l,Mu,i.milu,[u7<u,'i, (I. that passes, that 
dies soon, transitory, transient. 



bPU. 1 

b/'u'^.'o^AY' 0. soon ruined. 
}SpiMiii-iaq,njP- a . quick , nimble , 
prompt, diligent. 

\;i,iii^t;r, irjj[, vna- to make haste, 
to hasten; to double the pace, to go 
quicker, to run, to trot ; to accelerate, 
to hasten, to press. 

'iSpuiij.^iP-uij a . quick , that runs 
quick, nimble, swift. 

\;i,ui^nui1k a. light or swift of foot ; 
brisk, nimble. 

b/»"''f"'-/^^«-*' *. quickness, celerity, 
velocity, swiftness; expedition; ac- 
celeration ; frequency ; phys. velocity, 
speed ; - Mu'iililit^nyl/h , angular, circular 
velocity. 

\}l,utf„..^ s. velocity, swiftness; 
haste, hurry; acceleration. 

\;pMaq_, nj s. dream ; fancy ; vision ; 
- uthnu/iilri^, to dream, to have a dream, 
to dream a dream ; In. n^ j-Ji uM'i,if.,uir 
tn/ruuililrij not ovou to dream of; ^t_ 
«/frj/>4 -" mlraiM%h-i, to havB ploasaut, 
or bright dreams; ^''"P-^ M{uie,„ti„i.hil, 
fiio/ui^iu'ii -fig , spectres or monstruous 
visions, dreadful, ghastly, frightful 
dreams; j-" il^l^ij j~b •"''•3^ ufiM^u^iri_, 
to have a nocturnal pollution, a las- 
civious dream ; - k k^ufiig. inupn-y , life 
is but a dream. 

\}puiqui^ui a . s , that explains 
dreams. 

Xspimiuiq-lMt-Png-P^ti, s- onelromaucy. 

dreamer, visionary. [dreams. 

\;put^4iiAnt-Ppi-1ii s. explanation of 
'bpuiqui'iirajf s. oneirocritic, diviner 

by means of dreams ; - iptt-ij to divine 

by means of dreams. 

\}piuqiynf^a. fanatical, visionary. 

\$niaau/biulP O. ^trituMouitiuiu* 

\}pu„iiuailru s. dreamer; visionary, 
enthusiast, fanatic. 

Ijpujqiujnj^ a . s. that shows , that 
explains dreams. 

ySprntfuiifinpi a. subject to pollution 
during sleep. 

\;piuqu,ilinpini-P-li s. pollution which 
happens during sleep. 

\;puiqlur, qtjfui/ vn. to dream, to 
fancy, to see things in a dream. 
\;i,uiiinii_s. dreamer. 



39 bPlJ. 

\jpi"'H'iiii , J-p^nu,^ s. musician, com- 
poser; music; -4.%, the Muses. 

^puiJ-^„iuli s. a. singer. 

\}puiJ-^,„uliu,'i,a. musical; *. musician; 
-"ii , music. 

l}piiitf-^iiiii^m'i,ai-P-[ii.% s. music. 

b/""^£<n«"7A-«. s. music-master; chief 
of musicians, leader of the band. 



b/. 



'piM/i, s. academy of music ; 



music-school 

JSputJ-^ntj^, irj[, Dti. to play music. 

\;(iuiJ-^nni,p-l,i!i, s . music ; - uiiAh[j 
to play - ; ^uj/i„uliu/ii , ^„^,*/,„4,„?, - , 
vocal, instrumental -. 

\jpujp, , /uy s. mouth, muzzle. 

[j puff I, 



ri u*ni tult Uti 



4"^.. '"3 s. haft, hilt. 

\}put/au,Aq.„i.pp^-i, s, act of leading 
by the mouth. [catechumen. 

b/""/'"?/ • h *■ child, little boy, babe ; 

\Spml„u,j,u%uMir , uigm/ vii . to causo 
one's self to be instructed in the 
mysteries of the faith. 

Upuu^iujiju^nt-.jtu%lrir t '"-3I' VfX . t© 

instruct in the mysteries of the faith, 
to catechise, to teach the catechism. 
\Spui/iiM^jni-P-[,iji, s. state of a cate- 
chumen, [first-fruits. 
Xspuifuiypl^ , plruij s. early fruits, 
\}pujluu,'iM , iMi^ s. assembly, company, 
circle , banquet , table-companions ; 
p.uiqJlri_ -u -u , to sit down by compa- 
nies or groups; -^, mouth, lip. 

\;p.u^u/i,l,ir, t-^iy vn. to eat by com- 
panies, [etc). 
b/iuf/'aVA , uy, s. muzzle (for dogs, 
b^<o/i//»<«^^.n a. thankful, grateful ; 

- ipil^L.' ^'O be thankful, grateful. 

\}puilu,nuMif.f,u,ni-Pl,i% s. thaukfulnoss, 
acknowledgment, gratitude. 

\spiiiluu,u,i.l,,-m a. favoured, that has 
received afavour,akindness, a benefit. 

\}puilii,nu>if.npir , u»j a . beneficent , 
obliging. [grateful. 

Isput/uuiuilinpya a. Unthankful, un- 

b/"<'A'""'4"<"'^/j a . that recompen- 
ses, grateful; ~ /tftihu to be thankful; 
-^ , s. thankfulness. \_l^npnju. 

Xjnujpiutuiuiin- f ~ilrtn-iuti to. \jputpiMnut^ 

Xspuifiuiif'bp s. act of reminding some 
one of benefits received. 

\jpujluututultupit.trL. O. \Jnujpttnuii-np . 

\}pui/ainiiiiMiuipui a. obliged ; - ip>t-i_, 
if,„iL,^it-i_ni-inrp, to be obliged, indebted, 
or to owe obligations to some one ; 

— tutubirlj ^ui^nt^^uAih-g^ nrio r tO ObllgO 

a person highly. 



bPU. 160 

\}iiiiiluuiuMiiiiiipinni.[3-lt^ s, obligation. 

b/'"'/^'"""'-"^ ' "v/ '^- thankful ; s. be- 
nefactor, beneficent, obliging 



bPU. 



b/""/""'""-'V'/"^ ' ^j'y "^ • t** ^^- ^^" 



voured, to receiTe benefits. 

b/'"'/'""""-"^"'-''/"-*' *• bounty, bene- 
ficence, obligingness. 

\Sp,it[uu,lr,r, ItljJ, vn. to remind some 
one of benefits received. 

\spmluinlip , Mntru,!/ s. favour, klnd- 
ness, benefit, service, pleasure; - <"<i-. 
^ilrj^, to oblige, to please, to do an act 
of kindness, to deserve vrell, to favour. 

\;piM,li, mj s. vein; string, filament, 
fibre; metallic vein; slender thread; 

pulse ; uil,q^hi_n-u , tflil,hi_ijP^;f.liL^,u -[, , 

to feel the pulse of; n^«pli, p-'i,^[,Jb -[, , 



beating, throbbing; 



Mun-lini~, 



U 4" 



"iilru to breathe a vein, to bleed, to let 
blood; ijihilri^f- , fig. to sound. 

b/'""i"'p"'-'*< a- vena cava. 

\;pailjit,4u,,Mi , •aji s. bleeder; lancet. 

b/'"'4'"4""""'-/?/"-^' s. blood-letting, 
phlebotomy, bleeding. 

\}pu,^u,il,j a. veiny, veined. 



tl/lUtiif.'t 



in form of a vein. 



b^' . 

b/'"'4' b/""4/'4 a. glorified; delighted. 

\ji,uiir, nj, /rj or laj s. troop, flock; 
assembly, company; a. gathered, as- 
sembled; — ad. in several troops, in 
company ; - p-n-^.n^ , flight ; - ^oi„[,^ , 
u/bq-hiuij , fiock, herd. 

\;[,iuj'u,f„irp[,ir, Irij-ii vn . to go in a 
flock, in company, to associate, [flock. 

\Sp,i,J'ii,luJ)iyuii_, -[uni-dp. a- arf . in a 

\;p,u,ruili, .,y s. herd, flock, cattle; 

— ^[inij t stud ; —lyh-jij^ 1 n^iupui^ , flock 

of goats, of sheep ; /""il-s • herd of 

swine. [sociable. 

\jl,uiJ:Mi/ii„'ii a. that goes in company, 

Xipuiifhi/iii'iiiii/i, , uiij s. shepherd. 

b/""//^4/y a. of the same fiock, or 

company. [of children. 

IJpuil/ietri, [r , {JpMiiifuti^ , if^nj 5. a trOOp 

t/'«"''»A""/'. ""juv vn. to assemble in 
troops, to flock, to go in company. 

b/'w/luu/^i" , /«3 s. chief, keeper of 
a flock, or herd, shepherd. 

\;pMiiirui,Mih,„n,-l3^l,iii s . state of a 
person at the head of a troop. 

\;puj,r,uuki, '*• social, loving its own 
kind or species. 

\jpuiifiuijnL.tftuIilTirt ni^tjlt, \JpuiJh-ir, Irrjli 

va. to assemble in company, to gather 
together, to associate. 



XtiiuiJiiillOi , -oi,k% ad. in company, 
in several troops. 

\;i„i,'ii,ufnfii a. happier, very happy. 

\}pui%uiipg a. happy, full of felicity. 

\}[,uM'iiu-liu/ii a, happy, blissful; beati- 
fic, [fortunate. 

Xspu/iiiu'iiiuir, utiju,j vn. to be happy, 

\jl,uh,ui^npi, a. happy, blessed. 

\spufii,umn,.[, a. that gives, announces 
felicity. 

^ptJinutjni-^iifhhir, nLjjjiva. to beatify. 

\}pu/iiujjni-gli^ a. beatific. 

\;pu/b,u^n--gnL.Uh s. boatification. 

t^,./A«/«_t«/£-.«Y. a . happy ; that is 
declared happy. 

\;piifiiiMit-hii-lrJ' , tj/. va. to make 
happy ; -f-irvn. to be happy. 

Xjnii/ltixit-nn O. Xjnuitthrtli . 

'\3[,i,/i„f., og or uig s. dye, colour, hue ; 
— ad. in many colours, variegated. 

\;pii,'i,^lrir, tj/. va. to colour, to stain. 

b^uA^f^*. colourist ; colourer. 

b/""*<fr«"^a. happy ; - k "np "p , bles- 
sed is the man that. [Fortunate. 

\;pu/i,iru,li S. \;pu,'i,kib ; vpf. Felicity, 

\;pu/biril- a. happy, blessed; - u,.i.it^, 
to make happy ; - ip.yu to be happy. 

t^uAt.r, tgf va. to declare happy, 
to felicitate. 

b^ui^/^ a • int- happy ! s. S. b/""'*'"'-- 
p-liiJi, ; - /?4-, if it please God ! would to 
Heaven ! - "iitPu „p , happy he who ; - 
^li-l] how happy you are! lucky fellow ! 
fortunate man ! - ,nui, 



liwnip.ujin 



•ikp . to deem or consider some one 
happy. 

\}p„/rjn^l3-[,Ji, s. felicity, happiness, 
beatitude; -^ .«j/<//«^4/., fortune, wealth; 
-^ St-iuitii, the beatitudes of J. C. ; - 
^#7 , Jtp , l^p , thy, your, his blessed- 
ness, your holiness ; Tour Grace. 

bf>/"i.n«-4/. af. happy; blessed; np. 
Fortunate. 

kpuJifg: , •fcmj s. pi. groin ; loins, reins; 
hip, haunch, thigh; knees; lap; m«.u». 
^u/^,„i!/L -'iiuij , mens Veneris ; .^ »»-*»£. 

~''"'3 • grom; h^ulilri^j-hiui^ n<_^/>i^ > 

to be born of, to spring from the loins 
of ; iViilrii^ j-'i'u i,op l<-p,ij , to be yet in 
the loins of his father; ^-iu .«6-t^f 
•U^p-j-i to infork, to mount, to ride. 

bf'u'ef a.. S. \S.^.,ku, . 

Vpu'it', l'j> \}puj^i[ip, lahuij s. pledge, 
caution, guarantee; j-^/< ii./i>»/»«-/_. 



bPP 1 

uin%lri_, to take in pledge ; to giye 
caution, to become bail, to answer 
for, to become security for. 

t/""i^'""-j»/>, <"j s. pledge, guarantee, 
surety, answerable, responsible; as- 
surer, certifier; - ip.i^u liuf^ to be, to 
become surety or guarantee; S. b- 

}S[i—i[uii--ni,irir, hj[, vna. to guaranty, 
to bail, to promise, to become answer- 
able, to assure. 

\}(,iMji^uuii-npni-P-'f, s. guarantee, gage, 
bail, assurance, protestation, promise, 
surety ; inuii_ •lu/iii'i, or ui%liu/i,l,i_ j- , g. 

\il""2b'k"i , ^4•"/4• s. torment, 'great 
pain, trouble; scar, seam; wound. 
Xspiu^itli ov n/a. dry, arid, parched; 

\;^iu£io«»4""- s. tom-tit, tit-mouse. 

^piu^iuAiuir, uii/iuj vn. to dry, to 
become dry (speaking of earth or air). 

'[jpuiii-m.-P-liiii s. dryness, aridity. 

\;iiutiiui'ii , Xspuiuu/iiuili , uicj s. bridle , 
curb, rein, snaffle ; halter; scatch, bit; 
- iiip/iisJiilrij to bridle, to put on a halter. 

\;piuuu/biuliuii^ a. s . that holds the 
bridle or the rein, coachman, driver; 
conductor, leader. [pany. 

|;^iui»i/>> ftj or n^g s. assembly, com- 

'\jpuiiiu,uj'ii^ s. buttock, arse, funda- 
ment; i,iM,p^ui%lr[_ •j-'iiMM, to flog; 4«". 

fint-iuit-t 1-iiif' ~^MUg I llOgging ; ^iiipl^uih^it 

j-'iiu, to be subject to, or afflicted with 
hemorrhoids. 

t^p , Irpiil' I ^I'pi' s. time, moment, 
hour; ad. when, in what time; - tt. 4-, 
no matter when; -? tun. -? when? j-? 
Jli%^i. J- ? or J-? how long ? - /y^' qp , 
please God! 0! when shall I be! when 
will it be that! 

t/'ptai. ad. sometimes, now and 
then, from time to time ] - j kp - , j- 
J-ui.ru.'iiu'iili ,' once, in days of yore, 
in byegone times, of old , of yore, 
already, formerly, in time past ;-...,- 
. . . , now • . • I now . . . ; at times . . . , at 
other times .••; some-times..., some- 
times...; at one time.... at another; 
one while .... onother while ; - «//<# /A^ 
-uijU ffiiij now one thing, now another. 

\}pph^ ad. sometimes, from time 
to time; never, at no time;-, n^-, 
dp - , never, no, not, for ever ; "i_ - 

Irlihrngli, - n^ Iri^lriigti , hO Will UOVOr 



81 bP«l- 

come ] jp -,- jf qiju'huip , do not refuse 
him ; it _ , 4y, _ , - _ , from time to 
time, now and then, ever and anOn;- 
nt-ph^ , sometimes. 

b/»p"'-6- > e-irii s. breast of an animal. 

hp^t nj s. chant, song, cainticle; air; 
hymn; recitative; ballad; canto ; lan- 
guage, voice; - 4<u./iaȣ.oui , canzonet; 
-« ui,^,ni-i_, to sing; j- iup^u,'bk^i_, to sing 
or compose a song; to make songs on, 
to lampoon; j- ia%liu/iil>i_, to be the 
subject of a song; - uji^lr^ir^, bad 
song ; 'bni.uii.uipiu'u -ng , musical instru- 
ment; - A-/»r"j • tli6 song of songs, the 
song of Solomon. 

b/><^">pu>^/ , //J a. s. ballad-maker, 
singer ; singing. 

\;pif.u,iLu/iilTir , tj// vn. to sing, to 
celebrate, to praise. 

\}pii.i,i(iiut,ni.[3-lit^ s. song, canticle, 
hymn; praise. [writer. 

bpf'u-ttp s. book of songs; song- 

hf.l-u.fpn.-P^[>t.-j, s • song- writing ; 
song, praise. [pose songs. 

b/"f."#^f»tir, tyf va. to make or com- 

'[jp^ut/i s. bfif-%/'4- 

\}pt[.u,li[y «. that sings together or 
with another; - J/i'fri^Si. b/'?-'"4j/"^. 

\lpi.,u/ij/[ur, tj/u, vn. to sing together, 
to accompany. [accompaniment. 

b/'?^"'4j"«-^/"-'^ «• song in company, 

b/'7^'<'4"'^' s. tragic poet; mm. com- 
poser, [composer. 

\;p,{.u;ju,pri.uMp s. comic writer; mm. 

\!pf,Lp,./i, s. singing book; place of 
songs ; musical instrument ; - miuppui^ 
p.u,'i,u,li,u% , chemical harmonicon. 

\}pri.k-i,n'ti S. \Spti"''' 

\sp,i.ir,r, %/. va. to sing ; to praise ; 
to play ; - R«-^'ng > to warble, to chirp; 
- ^,up,„t. , to play on the lyre- [stress. 

kpi-lrg^/i s. singer, songster, song- 

b^^frjn,^ s. singer; song-writer, 
composer; musician; chorister. 

\}p,^lrjn,i,„-R[.t.% s. singing. 

\}p,l.l,itu,pu/i- s. satirist ; lampooner. 

\jpil^l,irujp<i'iiuiliuj% a. satirical. 

\;p,i.l,ltu.p.u,%lT,r, fry/, va. to satirize, 
to lampoon. [acrimony. 

\;p,l.[,h^,apu/iini-P^^iSh s. Satire, taunt, 

\}p,f[,ltuiiuA a. satiric, pungent. 

\}p,l.[.ira/i,/rj; q.l,if[. va. to bito, to tear, 
to jeer, to cavil, to nettle, to irritate. 

\;pii-[iira/b[i^ , -%n,i_ a . that blames, 
that finds fault; mocking, taunting, 
scoffing. 



bPT- 



1C2 



bPb 



s. laceration; sarcasm ; satire, jeering, 
taunting. 

D. yJ^f-llb-UMttlrMr* 

\!l,ii.[,n% , laji s. organ ; - ^•iip/fu/i,lrij 
to play on -. 

!'/»¥■/'"*""'>'"/»> '"jr s. organist. 

'^Ctl't.' \}l"t"'L ^' b/'?-tj"Y.' 

, ]S('iiJ"-l3-liK.lk s. act of singing ; song, 
canticle. [roof, house, family. 

kpi- , nj s. dormer window, sky-light; 

\}[,q.u,iil,j a. s. neighbour. 

Xsp'tli^ s- dormer window. 

yspifShutijuJi,^ , ^jf a. perjured , for- 
sworn; - •i-uiui'i.l.u /jpih-ij to perjure one' 
s self, to break an oath, to take a false 
oath. 

\jitif.!/Liii,^/rigni-P^pt.i s. perjury. 

Xlpq-Hbioilij s. conspirator, plotter. 
b/'f-S^iu^o'-n. a. swearer, that swears; 
sworn. [juration , plot.' 

U[i^3iiiuf,jnt-p-'p s . conspiracy, con- 

t-j™, vn. to perjure one's self, to swear, 
to utter oaths. [ni-/?/.ti. 

}Spi^iiiakp s. a. swearer. 

\Sp,l.Hhuiun,^,„ *. for swearer ; S. \S-t-p^ 
q.ni-ifh. [serts on oath. 

yjpifUhtrit s. the fact which one as- 

\spqjfhirj', lr^\, vn. to swear, to take 
an oath. 

fSiiif.SLlr^ni-.jMu'birir, ni.gli va. to maks 
swear ; - n^hi-a , to conjure, to adjure, 
to exorcise. 

\}p,fjluhgni.gl,i_s. exorcist. 

\Sp^ahirgnL.^^,.p-l,i3, s . exorcism , 
adjuration, conjuration. 

\;p^Uhfi s, oath; a. swearer ;- «.«._ 
%lru ip'^ij ^^ swear, to affirm or ratify 
by oath. 

\$pr^Uhni-puMq p. \Jpn.3Liiiiaitibq • 

'kpq.Hbupiiini.pf s. false oath,perjury. 

\jpifiib S. \}p^ffit-il, • 

\;p^in,i_, uij s. swearer. 

{jp^iaM-iF, q.at.,y vu . to swoar, to 
take an oath; to curse, to detest; 
OI7I.... - , to swear falsely , to perjure 
one's self, to take a false oath; - 
ju,%^i, [.^p , to swear to one's self; - 

jW^uini-ui^ I ^ i^^u or utuinni-iuh-nil^ , to 

swear by one's God, by all that is 
sacred. 



\}pil.nt.[>ir, trt/uij S. XSpi/itnt^r. 

\}p^,.irajp.f. , .uj or nj s . family , 
house. 

t^^ni-aa, ^Jh/it s. oath; un«-™ -i 
perjury, false oath ; - ^'fct/;_, uiui/_, to 
take an oath ; - mi»/_4«»«-«/»"«"/»»'"«-/3-fr > 
to take the oath of fidelity, to swear 
fidelity; «™A/_?_-. to take a false oath, 
to break an oath ; iu'fc4'"""""'" ~ • ^n 
unstable oath, a drunkard's oath; «»^_ 
A.u^iri^jirp^.ru.'i.k • to unbind, to libe- 
rate from an oath, to release from an 
engagement, 

\}plru,irs. three years; a. oi three 
years; -, ^-, j-, ad. in or during 
three years, every three years. 

b^A^ou/ , etc. S. b/""^«y> etc. 

\}pf--/—«/plie S. \}p'"b"yphe- 

}Splrk s. eve, even, evening, after- 
noon; the evening istar; we^st; fA^., 
ujn. -u , about or towards evening, at 
the close of day; j-u kv" towards 
evening ; to the west ; •jopu g- , from 
morning till night ; ,f.iapiuii- i>p% j-u , 
the daylight fades, the day wanes, the 
day is going down; npuiku or tPC^'- 
j-% hu. jiriLu/uqii, as heretofore ; /Aj. 
-«# 4- , it grows late ; S. \}pklf 

\;plrliu/uuMir, uigiy , ^Spl'k^'l't f^sl' vn. 
to amuse one's self until the evening, 
to pass the whole day, to stay till the 
evening ; to remain, to pass the day ; 
- juAtintfiiJi , to sleep very late. 

\;pt-Jiy , ^ s. evening ; c*^ -« , j-«A 
ad. towards - ; p'tpt ~ • good - , good 
night. 

\}plr^nfui%iy I iyu'ju"- V • imp, the 
day is going down, the day wanes, it 
is getting dusky. 

\}pk-lin/[, , \;pt-in/[A a. of the evening; 
hphlinilfb, towards evening. 

^Splr^nptiuj , k-iyj a. of the evening ; 
westerly ; s. evening ; j- , ad. from the 
evening; the evening; -j i^nil, the 
Atlantic Ocean. 

\sph^nplruM% a. of the evening; - 
uiuM^uio'h , vespers. 

\}plrlinpl, , pL.y , ptu,^ s. cvenlng ; ad. 
towards evening. 

'\}pirlinppi. a. of the evening ; ad. the 
evening. 

\}plrlinp'builiiu'ii , \}ph^npltlruij O. of thc 

evening; western; - uiiup,nki.e.t the 
Hesperides. 



bPb 



165 



bPb 



}3[,lr/int.% s. eyening ; a. of the even- 
ing ; ad. the evening, about or towards 
evening. 

b/'^i"/^ , [3^[,jg , /?/,Lp s . night's 
lodging; -.. ,u,Ci,iri_, ui„.'i,n^u to take a 
night's lodging; to remain, to pass the 
night in some place. 

\}[,l-.^o[,l< S- b/»4-4"/'/" [nial. 

'\}plrJhiu% , jyiil,^ , \jphJiAil, a. trien- 

\jl^^zl"'"'-^l' ^ • Xjpt'j^uiut-n^ , etc . 

b/'t« , [• , \}piru^ , «,„j, s. visage, face, 
look, countenance, mien, air; forehead; 
exterior, surface ; person ; eyes, sight ; 
body; reputation, honour, respect; 
meaning, sense, explanation; mask; 
geom . area , superficies , surface ; 

— Iio^iutj , vamp ; </t^/A -^ ja'plima , 

roof; - *-«- ."<«nu.n., outside and lining; 

-•H'"3' P^S^; -p •^' ^"q^t stratum, 
layer, bed; n^-^ /A^fr^£-t.t^jp i^p,^ they 
were not remarkable or important 
personages ; In- ^n -^ hpfd-li^yi, u,n.u,2h 
"iinpui , and thou shalt be in their midst 
or among them ; £«»» J-u.JL/i.u.lil, hi. 
-mj, according to the period and 
people ; t""-^ h"-P3 • *t the water's 
level; upon the face of the deep; q-% 
^ui[i[i uiiugkt so much the worse for 
him ; to his barm or damage ; i,nMnnf 
f^iif. -u i,iupliui'iMlti_, to perceive the 
odour , bad smell , stink ; ui,ai_ ij-u 
l^iif-plru^kp . to turn his face towards, 
to seek God, to be converted; ^-.# 
ifiuuinuiinlrij i^ilri_, to tum towards, to 
go to ; •t''^i_ f " b'-p •""-'iiiri^ [•t'i_i to 
turn the mind or attention towards, 
to form or conceive an idea ; -« uMnSbh^, 
to have regard for, to respect; j-u 
pirplru ij-uiu to manifest, to show, to 
display, to make known, to discover; 
to appear, to present one's self; j-u 
ii!i,Iiu/iil,i_, to appear ; u-i^^^'^t b 'Ur~ 
pu;i -»«y , to fall prone, to prostrate 
one's self; liin'iiiup'^[,i_ui'iiijuA[ii_-iujj , to 
salk, to be in ill humour ; lriui'iilri_ j-iu^ 
ncpnt^ , to go out of the presence 

01 ; luilirLhiiuIli nfbtrl Jhdlrutba — qw , tO 

see one another, to meet; p-uip^i_ 
j-uig ni-pni^^ , to Mdo Or conceal one's 
self, to keep out of sight of some one; 
4«/i/„jA/#^^^/o/ ^-/uj, to have the sleep 
broken or troubled, to be unable to 
sleep more; uiipM uunibni-i — '«« n'-pnt-a^ 
to honour, to respect a person; ^ A*". 
"iiuipC, li,ulu[,i_ -luj , to knit one's brows, 
' to be melancholy, to frown, to look 



displeased, sullen or vexed ; j^u ftnJri_, 
to make wry faces ; uin^nt-i_ q-u «•-_ 

pnL^ , to assume the appearance of 
some one, to sustain a part or charac- 
ter, to bear a part ; j-mg > for, on 
account of ; j-w^ %npm , for his sake ; 
j-u/jy i,op ^nf , from your father , in 
your father's name; .u,t.ui2b -/"j %irainii, 
in presence or before the face of-God; 
J-u , to one's face ; in the face of ; - 
- , - u.n- - , face to face ; man to man ; 
piA - uipui , I entreat you ! listen to 
me ! do me the favour ! lun. -u , f illrppi 
~u , externally , apparently ; puyuit- 
~op , with the face uncovered; unmas- 
ked (man), unveiled (woman); bare- 
faced, impudent ; frankly, openly ; /Aj. 
uiJi/iiiup, -u frplipl , over or throughout 
the whole earth; 4»'5 -"y > S. ll.i.«'_ 

S. b"-'^; n^"'^ -o^ , with what an air ! 
with what audaciousness! iu,^'['m. -op , 
of a handsome countenance. 

\spt-u,a,i.[,p, if-piij s. address, direc- 
tion, superscription. 

JJplrataji'it O. Xjpuiuuilj • 
l}ph-t/aj%iit/f S. IJpuiuaAatii * 
(Jpfruujftiair S. Ifpk-uirtr'* 

\}phr„u,t-np a. bold, courageous. 
b/f*-»/t.r, tjf vn. to offer one's self; 
to appear ; to see one another. 

\}plru'liiiiJlriUf , —JbuJii , —ilh-'bli, —jy ft. of 

thirty years ;'thirty years old. [units. 
\}plru%u,L.np a. that contains thirty 
\}plru'i,hu,li , hill "• *• thirty. 

'[jphu'bhJIruA , -ill S. '\iplru'liuiJk uy • 

}Splru%t-p„p^ , uy a. thirtieth- 
\}phu%ligu ad. thirty times. 
\}phii%opt-u,/i, -opirmj a. of thirty days. 
\}phunii, , u'lilig a. thirty. 

\Jpfriiu(iu^nnt-[3-f D. U iupq-Mu^uj'2ini-f3-^. 

*\}phui,pp.li^s. towel; wrapper, [puty. 
'\;phu,f,nliiu^ , u,g s- vicegerent; de- 

\}php , [, s. tremour, motion, agita- 
tion, vacillation; wavering; a. trem- 
bling ; - *-«- inuiinufii ipiirij to waudor up 
and down, to ramble, to rove, to stroll, 
to range; j-f k'"L' IT '^••'ph'"''hu S. 
\Si,ypl.-r- . [my. 

\iphrpuiirni-^, a. much agitated, stor- 
\;i-lrpu,'iig S. \splrp. [to swing. 

\}plrplr,r, hj[, va. to move, to agitate, 
\;p[rp[,tr, hguji vn . to tremble, to 
move, to shake, to be agitated; to 
quake like a simpleton; to wander. 

33 



bPb \ 

'[SplrpnLi, a. trembling; wandering; 
vagrant; ast. erratic. 
\}^,lr,.,^li, [, s. Saturn (planet); S. 

'\}[ilri-iuliu;fu,liu/ii a . imaginary , fan- 
tastical; imaginative. 

'\;plri-iuliu.)lrJ', k^^ va . to imagine, 
to fancy, to dream. [gination. 

\;iit-L-u,iujfnui a. fraught with ima- 

'[}plr,.m^,yn^[3-l„A s. Imagination, 
fancy, whim, idea ; 4i""- - ' lively ima- 
gination, [shadow.' 

b;»fr«-"»4*-^«i7^ *. pL phantom, gost; 

b/'t«-'"4/' ad. visibly, openly, mani- 
festly, [show. 

Xjitl-.i^iMj/ini-PJ s. imagination ; pomp, 

|j/ii-._<i»% s. apparition; a. remarkable, 
notable ; j- ^u/iihu ,ulffrf_, to show, to 
make evident, to develop; j- f^u 
to be evident; to show one's self, to 
appear. 

tj/>tt.t/«u^/F,?/ a . more illustrious, 
famous. 

t/»*-«-'ti^"/t" ad. evidently, visibly. 

Xjp/ri-k^lli a. visible, palpable, evident; 
celebrated, eminent, signal, illustrious, 
heroic, high, serious, great, glorious, 
famous, brilliant, important, memora- 
ble, noble, principal, solemn, splendid; 
- uin^ihu to illustrate, to render il- 
lustrioils or famous ; to manifest ; - 
ipitru to signalize or distinguish one's 
self, to acquire undying fame. [ance. 

}jirtrM,trint-Pl,Li, $. Visibility ; appoar- 

l7^t£_tjotj,«%t,r, ntjf vu. to make 
appear, to represent, to show, to make, 
to figure ; to feign ; to produce, to bud, 
to sprout ; - ^pL-uu , to visit. 

'bplri^l'lj l< s. weevil. 

b/>fr«-^'/". lrg"'i vn . to appear , to 
show one's self, to offer one's self; 
to dawn; to bud; t^t.-/., it appears; 
I think. 

\}plri^n)P- , „^[3-[,j s. appearance, 
exterior; vision; air, aspect, face, mien, 
sight; colour, semblance, indication, 
display; feint, false appearance, illu- 
sion ; shadow, figure, image ; exhibi- 
tion, show; phenomenon; -^^t..A/. , 
phases; -p lii-m^p-lru/h , the phenomena 
of nature; a. visible, palpable; notable; 
ridicule; whimsical, chimerical; mn. 
-u , externally, outwardly, in appear- 
ance. 



e/i bPb 

\}plr,^ni,piiilnu% a. fantastic, ideal. 

}j,,iTt-ni-p-ui'i,iiiir, mjuMj-vn. to appear, 
to present itself, to be represented. 

t;»fr'-"'-/3^/"-^' . ^pt'-n'-tliM s. appari- 
tion, manifestation; appearance; re- 
presentation. 

b^fr/« , lrplr,pun.A_p S. prlost. 

b//^ . t^d's • b/"/'" a- three ; three 
times ; third. 

}S[-lrp,uiJr,u'i. a. much agitated, stormy. 

\St,lr^,uiflr,y , —llbu/h S. \Sn-uiJkuii % 
\}nh^uilllilriul , —tfut-iu'il S. b"-""'"^'iy • 
\}r,hpiii'lililiL% > —u/lllilli^ifi S . b"-"*^- 

'\sph^ii!i>i'iilT>uj a. of three persons. 

\}[>ke"'pl"-p S. b^t^4«'^/»«-^ . 

\;plr^u,p^k'i" -#. -#*' s. trident, 
fork with three prongs. 

\}ph^,f.u!i,^h,.fb a . that is worth 
three pence ; vile, despicable. 

a. all three. [sed. 

\il,h^yp-tutTu!i, a- very happy, bles- 
\;pli^(3-hi.lTu!ii a. of three wings. 
\Sl,l,^p-iyu/b a. of three spans, [te. 
'kpkpRzT'-"'"-^"'''' "• ^ery unfortuna- 
\}plrpJ-iu'bli a. of three prongs; s- 

fork, trident. 

b/»^/* S. ISptr^lTlMilli, 

~\apir^liuniifiih,u'ii a. of three cubits. 

b//%4"';»?-tiu^ a. of three orders, 
or degrees. 

b/"^^/'* a. ad. triple ; trebly, three- 
fold ; s. thrice wived or married (man). 

Xjiii-^piuipoi, •unijirJ' va. to till three 
times ; fig. to examine thoroughly. 

t^fr^iitiT, lrj[i va. to triple; to make 
triple. 

]j^t^ij«<_r^ a. triple, tripled. 

t/'frpi"'-"/' a. that has three sides or 
angles, triangular. 

\;i,lrp^u,qu,[,lru,i a. of three thousand. 

\;i,tr^';ujp[i,-i> , nj a. s. three hundred. 

b/»%4'"r^'-/'%/* "• * • every three 
hundred. 

\}plrp^t-i-lrii/i, a. trisyllabical. 

\;plrpdlr,ini,iu'rilrMy o. of throo storios. 

b^frpa'y^ a. of three branches orforks. 

XSplr^lTiMiu'lllriy , —iTMiiuHrgiA U. COm- 

posed of three parts, tripartite ; of 
three sorts, triple. [branches. 

\;phpir,uui'i,[i a. of three fingers or 
b^tp%#it.4 s. hot. French grass, sain- 
foin. 

\}['^.ezj."F^'"P'b • P"'- s. tuesday; ^t/» -> 
shrove -; oMt-uiif- , Jtit -, - before Easter. 



bPia- 



\}[>l'^"f">"li^ a. ad. triple ; trebly. 

\spke"'';/pb "■■ having three edges. 

b/'^"/""4*-'"'*' a. having three por- 
ches or vestibules. 

ysphgupp.lrufi, , p.h'i.J, a. s. composed 
of three holies ; praised with the 
Trisagion; - t^/^ , op^'iinM.p^l.^i , Trisa- 
gion. [(river). 

b/i^^nm^^'"* «• of three brooks 

b/»%'"«'4*-"»'» . -kk'i' a , triple , of 
three strings (of pearls). 

b^£;f>iff.«»u<^< , /y a. thirteen. 

thirteen years. 

iSpt^iiiuiumit-pnpii. , luij a. thirteenth. 

yiplTuiniuuiulflrpb-utli , Uh-anijjia S . (i* 

every thirteen. 

\}plrp„ilrplri.ni.li S. trofoil. 

\}[,lrp^iiin.uia,pL-,i,'iiad. Hiuch glorifiod, 
very holy; glorified with the Trisagion. 

'\}pk^,l,uiiliui^lru!ii a . much to be 
wished, very desirable. 

^Spkg.f.'"<U.".^l'•"'^• a. that belongs to 
Tripoli, or to the three towns. 

}S[ili:^^'U[ikui% a . built or furnished 
with three stones. 

^Spk^ol<yuaJ , opklij a. of three days ; 
ad. the third day. 

b/»tpof'f «/". o^tj'^/ vn. to stay , to 
remain or sojourn in a place three 
days. 

b^4-. tf'ti "3 s. deer, fawn-coloured 
animals ; game ; venison. 

\S['ki_' ptvf's "• desert, uncultivated ; 
*. sandy plains. 

\}pkll . trptlil, , jkphlik , jlipikk . ?*-. 

P^l/i' s. ad. yesterday. 

b/'tj . tplijni- , pli^nt^iif, , 3>iAj a . 
elder, senior; j. eldest brtfther: priest; 
k-p^juify - , pontiff ; - ^u.4 , the first 
or highest place- 

\Spli3iui-ni-pg a. elder. 

\}pl;jlr,liiajjp s. &, pricst's brothcr. 

'bpP-, l-^ s. walk, way, gait, depar- 
ture, journey; S. S"«'J'«'4- 

\}pP-mJ; intf-uy , y-pP- vn. to go, to 
march, to repair, to follow a road ; - 

Mun- J^MUnil t aAualtuMuiuMp^ uMUtrbtiiiU trp^pp i 

to sleep with one's fathers , to die ; 
- qpi.pnilb'ti I to kill one's self ; - qb'-kf: < 
to give one's self up to, to apply one's 
self ; - ^vy > to go to fetch water ; 
to make water ; - 4*^'"/' or i,hui}inaiu , 
to go on foot, to walk; - 4^"'^ j"i_ 

lluMtlii I ttk-tiai-l^fruii/p. or i^J-ni^ujputM- , to 



165 bPb 

trudge along ; - ^L-ithu,/^ (, <J/. , to go 
on horseback, to ride ; - /fiun-op , to go 
or ride in a carriage ; - u<>.-^4n<%^u>_ 
4»«/«-, to travel post; - ^f/rinit.ii_^ain.qp, 
lrp!iujp-„^,lh,ui. , to go or travel by 
rail ; - ( hiMhiri_ ) /# liu,pl,u npni[uiiuf, , to 
go to the water-closet, to stool, to the 
privy; fr^/3^«7 (7-/1 J4-) [• 4«^».-<#,» [...p, 
he hastens to his ruin ; lyu TduiiuMnuip^ 
irpP-aii ^ . . . , this road leads to ... ; 

q^hm , iflllilt — I to follow ; iliiiiliiuialrijij — , 

to flee, to take to flight ; juMi.u,pl, - , 
to be sacked or plundered; /» tis;--!" -. 
to finish, to come to an end; j^pif-mjn. 
-, to swear, to take oath; ifnt-fuMitp. - 
^hy , to trip, to fall headlong as a 
horse ; ypP- // p.ui^ , tfpP- jlrmu [„r, be- 
gone, go away, get you gone, get 
away, or off with you, be off ; l^pP- 
lu,u,ju,i[ni-[a-lT„„ip , part in peace ! adieu ! 
n,g_irpP-, irpP- »7y£,u./j. , adlcu ! God be 
with you! luck be with you! 

\spP-lrL.t.-li, l,,uj a. s. that goes and 
comes; going to and fro ; turn, walk: 
life, conduct; -" unAm-u um^ihij to 
go to and fro ; to go and come ; to make 
several cruises ; - 6-»"t«- > the ebb and 
flow. 

\}pl3^h^iriih,r , \}p[3^ir..m..rB.\;pP^. 

h-M-lrlfiM mnJilrii* 

\;p(3^/ri./rint-(^l,M-i s. golng to and fro. 

\}pP-n,.SL s. walk, step. 

\}p[i , t-pt-nj s. spine, or part of the 
back of animals; -, um. -, j-, pr . 
on the edge, towards, on the side of, 
near ; «"«- - ii_hp-u,%,ui_, to go, to rank, 
to put on the same footing with, to 
agree, to be of one mind. 

b/»At' b or w *• band, bandage, 
ligature, fillet, string. 

\}pl"i^'H""" • —•hI'1'1- a. bound. 

\}pl,q.uuiliil.lrj', tg/f VO. tO blud, tO tlG 

with a band. 

\}p[i^t.,n 4}fiip.e *• sandy plains. 

t^/i/3 ,ioy s. wedge, peg, stake ; bolt, 
square bolt, iron-pin. 

'[jpliP'uiinuii-lrulu -p-uiglruii_ u, drlvcn 
in like a wedge. 

'\}p{ip-u/ii,aj; uitju,/ vn. to sink down, 
to waste, to be consumed, to grow lean. 

\;p[il[uiSiitiiJ-lriani.p-pui s. ncphrltis. 

\;p[,^uiai,uiJ-^in , J-t-muMj a. nephritic. 

ypli^uii/h^Sip , iTuAj s. reins, kidney ; 
bowels , entrails ; [unpimu^lri^ ij-'bu , to 
break or sprain one's back. 



}jpl-liirui% a. of yesterday ; - •l^fP't'". 
uih.n , ignorant doctor. 

\}pf,lini-% , j-% ad. towards erening. 

WA^S.' l^i'i'tra 01' tr'-3 *A heifer, 
young cow : fiy. wife, spouse. 

\icb'h"p ' -"3 *• horse, palfrey; saddle 
or riding-horse; - ^.u^jfiip-uig , pad, 
ambling nag, stead; S. 2f . etc. 

b/»/"/.«';'«»pn/^ s. horse-breeder. 

\ici'li."p"'k>^ c. horse, of a horse, 
equestrian. 

\}[,[nlu,i,u,^inm fl.having many horses. 

{jpliiliupinr vna. to ride ; to lead, to 
guide. [horse. 

}siili4u,[,n,.p-[„^, s. caTalcade, riding- 

\jlilnnuju,o[t,i. , u,j s . young man , 
young gentleman; /?4- i-njp -//^/j,#/»»i._ 

folks had experience, and old ones 
strength. 

\}lili>iiiu„uipq.ujliuiii a. youthful, juve- 
nile, young. 

{j^i ft Miiuju tup Intuit tui/*f 'uquij v7i. to be or 
become a young man, to make one's 
self look young again. [circus. 

\}plimiuuui[iii.ui'hnij , ui^ s. gymnasium, 

\}pli,nia„u,pi..uui^u ad. youthfully. 

\lpbii,atu,tip,l.nM-[3 [imJii s. youth, youth- 
fulness, adolescence; young people, 
young folks ; juiiiin[iu -p-hui'i, , in ear- 
liest youth; In- - iJii^uful^, young men 
will be young men. 
_ \j[-l'u„uu,u(„i.nt,';[, sf. young woman, 
girl, maiden, lass. 

b/»/Y' a. s. ad. third; three'; thirdly. 

Vply tit'titf-uiJ'^. }sii[iju. 

^rl'3""t^/'' o- more ancient, ancient, 
elder, eldest, senior; first, principal. 

hplijui/uni-Jp a. group of priests, 

t^./yu/^iui a. presbyterian. 

\}['l'j"'i"''>'nM-pf s. presbyterianism. 

b^/y^^/A sf. priest's wife; priestess. 

b/»^j"»^/y a. s. companion of a senior 
or of a priest. 

b/»/y"V' *• p'. the priests. 

b/'/'j'""/^'" > '"3 s. archpriest. 

\li'ly"'3"'-ji^'/'irir , ni-^[i va . to make 
senior, to raise, to advance. 

}Si,l>gni-P-l,c:i, s. antiquity, seniority, 
full age ; priesthood. 

\}pl'3"'-i ■jil' s. camomile. 

b^/yot4/r sf. priestess. 

'jpl'3"^'l!fi S. b;'/'J7'"V'* 

\}rl'3" "d. three times, trebly ; very, 
much; - ,u,„hil,, very hateful, very 
odious ; - irpuAiLili , very happy, thrice 



66 bf'll 

happy, blessed ; - uAif-uMir, three times. 
ySfifii-mp S. Gp['>li^i" 

\;pl„-plr.r S. 3lrp[..-plr,r. 

b/»4 p "J s. work, labour; endeavour ; 
pain, trouble, toil ; -<* uipliu,'i.lr[j to 
strive hard, to make an effort, to, to 
tire one's self; to endeavour, to try. 

b/»4u'f!*/«'4 > "'3 a. believing in two 
natures in Jesus Christ: having two 
dwelling-places. 

}spk'"tl""'"k o- that looks through 
two apertures ; - nii-iu,u,pu/i,p , the eyes. 

\}pliui^ , -^y/i a . of two kinds , 
double. 

\}p/i,if[3-, nf s. iron; iron weapon, 
sword, razor, nail ; - ^^i""/.' ^o^t ) 
malleable iron ; - •j.ln-pw'^lrp^ , red- 
short iron, hot-short iron, red shear 
or sear iron; - liu,[nL-,Jiiuighuii^ galvaniz- 
ed iron ; - 4«-'"*«'4"'f • forged, tilted, 
bar, or malleable iron; - '^ytruuliu/i, , 
specular, oligist iron, iron ore ; - 4;""- 
P-lrp , pyrophoric iron ; - uuflt.nuj^ liuiW 
p-ufiiuin- , plate, white iron, tinned iron 
plate, tin, tin plate ; -^ , irons, chains, 
fetters, gyves ; - 4t.««i/> , old iron ; 4"- 
mnp^ -nj , grapo shot ; uujjp -nj , tag ; 
•fjf'sCuii.uiliiu'ii -nj, smith, blacksmith; 
uiui,„bi_ -nilj, to bind or mount with 

iron; fituaJhtptnqlunn — f Sliarp ; —p n.iup f 

iron age ; 4"-"''*''^f_^r <ip>/^"i«"p«"^4^4-. 
to beat the iron while it is hot. 

'bpi'i'P-u.il.ujira. furnished with iron ; 
fastened with iron, nailed. 

\lp^.iipu,fl.p a. s. written with a 
style or large needle, capital; capital 
letter. 

\}p^u,Putfnpi^ , uij s . blacksmith , 
forger ; S. b^^uz/Su/^u/./". [of iron. 

\ip!ia,p-ui,j.np&[, , irlrui^ s. instrument 

\}pliui[3-iu/ijuiaii a. ferruginous. 

\Sp/£utP^ui^uiui a. chained, bound with 
iron ; - «.n-'S>£^, to enchain, to put in 
chains or fetters. 

b/»//"'^'"4"«-2C«. basalt. 

b^/4<"Pu'4"'-"- «• made or furnished 
with iron; -^o/t/./^S. 'hpiu.p-n.-ij,. 

\iplluj[3-ivl£uipni-[9-jiL% f \)pl^tu[3-u3^u/ll^ 

s. iron mine. 

b/»4'"/3^<"4""" . "'"'J « . miner ; -^ or 

— Ji-in'Uiyi S. \Spllial3liii,iu'ii^, 

\;p/iu,pujuiiuui a. bound, furnished 

with iron. [chained. 

\}pfiu,p-u,ui[.%,f. a. closed with iron ; 

\;piit,[9-iiji/ip,/,„i_p s. scoria, cinders, 
slag. 



\}plia,[3-h;ik'i-, 'bp^mPP «. of itOn ", - 

•t"['^ke' tool, instrument of iron. 

^pliuip-nt-ilP s- railway, railroad, 
line; - laJfrpli^t-uMi , tramway, American 
railway; o^uM,rnt.q^ -^ , atmospheric, or 
pneumatic railway; 4/<«..//fo./y/fi -, the 
Northern railway or line ; ^.,„i_-,ihu,L- , 
to go or travel by rail; 2n^t,/;i^f^ 2tz-. 

uft^tP-uinpt^p t Jlriiin^iP-utajii^ —nL.ift^ni , 

by express; by goods train; i,ui'i,^,,!i^ 
~ni.,fL.nj , railway station or - -terminus; 
p.imJ- . uiujninuj[3-nt-i^p- -^nL-i^^nj , railway- 
share; c/-i«./i/%f^-/.t-»^t.o/, railway-guide 
or - -tables ; mnir„uili -nt-iit-n/ , railway 
ticket; liiMin._p , uujji_ -ni^,[i.„j , railway 
carriage, waggon, car; m-i^i^nimiuP-'li , 
t-pP-lri-lrli, -aUrj^ -ifhuji-, ruH, trip, ex- 
cursion on a railway ; uip^iuif^ -»»«-_ 
'I}-'!)' railway accident; ni-^,ipi_ ~nu_ 
t/unj , railway guard, guard; brakeman; 
H-npifuiiliup -n^ifi-ni , pubHc sBrvant on 
a railway, railroad clerk ; «..u4uj4#/^^ 
-o«.^«_2, , railway guard , watchman, 
warder , line-keeper ; •Itp"'"''^""'-}^ 
-m-nt-y, railway inspector; S. \iun.ui^ 

\;piiii,fuuinHrir, [•tTvn. to cooperate. 

\}pia,/uni-iJp a. that consists of two 
Bets ; two, double. 

bfi""*-/* s. chem. body composed of 
two substances. 

'b^^u>( , u/j s- binary, two ; - tn-ui^ 
or /[[• , six, (three times two are s.ix). 

Isp^uij^fii^ui^i , -lih'bguMif_ a ' amphi- 
bious, that lives on land and in water. 

1j/'4«"4/' a. ad. two, double, binary ; 
twice, doubly. 

\}pi«'/i['i a. bigamist (man). 

'bpliui/iliuujili s. twice two and a half, 
(five). 

'kpj^ui/i^in. a. that measures two op- 
posite things ; s. meoh. beam, lever of 
an engine ; - lypmiraM^uMin , lever for 
coining; - ,pn[uu,pi;iil,^, compensating 
balance. 

}spliu,liniiir, -lin,firui'i>li a . having two 
sides; two sided, reciprocal. 

}Spk'"k"'"'-p *• diameter. 

'\ipli,M,i,u,'bg, s. chem. amphibole, horn- 
blende, tremolite. 

JSp^iiTCpL. a. two footed, biped. 

Igp^uiirs. two years, duration of two 
years ; S. '\jpl[t-iuir. [or measures. 

\;p/iuiirui%Ma^ a. that has two times 

t^^uii/tiu/ a. biennial ; S. \}plilrJhiuti . 

Isp^aiiruiuit a. bipartite. 



bPiJ 

\}piuii/hM^[ii, s. a. bigamist. 

Xsp^uii/hi-i/iini-P-liiii s. bigamy. 

bpi-^fit p a. long, extended; far; 
'/'"■PP '^t - . rather long. 

\jph"iP""e-'"'i;;'-h S. \pliu-jhuiiynii • 

\S['li"a'""P'"''' «■ prolix, too diffusive, 
too long, long-tongued. 

}3p^ui/i,ujpu/i,irir, L-^l, vn. to be prolix 
in discourse, to make' long tiresome 
speeches. 

'\jpliu,j%uip.,u'i,n,.p-[,ii, s . prolixity , 
tiresome length in a discourse. 

\}[,ll,y%,ail.n/l,u UCl. tOO lOUg. 

li'/'4'?/^""v-4"?,' tl'iifs '■'" too long or 
extended, gigantic. 

b/»4<^'/""i^^'<>"» a. having a long jaw, 
long-jawed. 

^pliujji,iulilriu^ a, that lives long ; - 
ipilri_ ^puJi, nn^ , to outlive, to survive. 

\}[>l[ujjjiu,litrtin,^p-l,tSi, s. longevity. 

\}p^,u/i,u.-iiuaio/f a. of too long or 
extraordinary a size, tall. 

l;/»4'^A'"4^/' "• long-haired. 

Xjltl^uMiltutifntLp O. Xjntluinlituultiii • 

\spli>.;,%u,i.ik-r, ty/. va. to prolong, 
to extend. 

Xspliiuiiiiuiynii a. long-handed. 

\spliuipMu,ih^ a. long, extended; pa- 
rallelogram, oblong. 

^Sp^uj/tiuiJilii-a. very long, elongated; 
that lasts long; far. 

'[}pliiy'i,ii2t[,^^ a. furnished with long 
branches. 

\}plifijpMujJliin , tTuiuij a. patient, that 
suffers patiently, that perseveres ; - 

\}pliujj%,uirailrir, hgl vji. to bc patient, 
to suffer patiently, to persevere. 

\][p^^j7iiuj;„ni-i3-[t^i s. longsuffering, 
patience. 

\jp/i,a/i,uiin,pnt.u a. longbearded. 

Xjplf^uipiufbutW b. \iph"iv'h'^* 

\ipli,y'i,„fiiltum a. extended, great. 

\;pliujii,u,^uf a. very long. 

^pliuMfbui^^nu-P-fitii s. length ; longi- 
metry. [fuse. 

\}p^,yiiai,ia.,nnL.J' 0- prolix, tOO dif- 

li/'4'W*""'7'"'-V a. long-legged, long- 
shanks. 

\}p^iy'r,iitMi,ujpuiir a. much extended. 
\;p/iiy'iiuiminnJi, o. loHg-tailcd. 

Xypt^uiitMutuni^quthyiT b. Xjptiuiprlrj'* 

'\}pliuyi,u,i-ni-p^ s. long life, long days; 
-pu or -pji a. long lived ; -p„ ijf%tri_^. 



hfk' 



ufltopirtjuj * 



'\spli"ii'""-etB- a. long-nosed. 



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\}pliu.)%lT,r, k-tfl, va. to lengthen, to 
extend, to stretch, to draw, to draw 
out ; to prolong ; - ^ni/«» or qiipni^a , to 
stride, to straddle. 

lives or lasts long ; of a long while or 
time. 

\lpliuji,l„r, fryuy vn. to extend or 
stretch one's self; to be prolonged. 

\}pliiujhJ'u,ni-P^lit.'i, s. longsuffering, 
patience. 

\;pl[ujiini,^ s . niech . lengthening 
piece ; adjutage , tube or pipe for 
waterworks. 

\}l,i.yhn,-P^ii.s.\ength; court; longi- 
tude ; depth; geog. longitude; -<"i-ni-f'j , 
^t%aij , long days ; length of days, long 
life, longevity; lu,iinuMi_ifbu>i_iti„i-— ^.h^ 
,nnjb, to skirt, to run along the river; 
J-, of the length of; to the... 

\}pliu,ii,opkwi f/A/.</* vn. to live long. 

'\;pliiyp sf. bigamist : two men. 

b/'4«'>' I u,g s. mill ; mill-stone; grind- 
stone; - li^nj , mill-stone turned by an 
ass ; ifhpl^i - , upper mill-stone ; "birp^lti, 
-, lower mill-stone ; S. b/'i"''*'"'.^ «"/» • 

Xipliu^iumm^ s. miller. 

xjpliMiiiMUJi^uMp (tjjiirf iuplutii\ s. mill- 
stone ; mill-stone quarry ; a. of mill- 
stone ; - ^ujuinuiuinifi, , bcdstono, bed 
mill-stone, lower mill-stone ; - ^pJ-u,_ 
^u/h, runner, upper mill-stone, top 
mill-stone. 

}Bpli"'''""-"p Jh^^iAiiy s . winding- 
machine or engine, whim-engine. 

b/>4"'V"- «• of two wheels ; s. cabrio- 
let , one-horse chaise ; two-wheel- 
carriage, cab, hack-cab. 

\}pliu/jin^< a. binominous, having 
two names. 

\jpli""H'"Zi" » ~"i"'zi"^''if ^' parasitic. 

Ijpiuiufrp a. hermaphroditic. 

\}p^u,u^p , ii[ip«>j a. that loves work, 
laborius, diligent. 

{jp^umlrph-lTf etc. S. Xj^uiamwii^nirir* 

\}p/iu-4u/bif. or ilui'h^ , [,j a. dissyllabic. 

\SpliuiinlruMuli a. of two kinds ; - iui_ 
s. chem. amphid salts. 

^Spllulmyll^, It^{, va. to divide into two 
kinds, to divide. 

'\}pliu,inn^p^j,i.'b s. division into two 
parts ; - fni.u'uni , dichotomy. 

Xspiuip , luj a. long, extended, ample; 



prolix: slow, tardy; *. length; -, i^-t 
- ad. long , a long while; at length. 

{jnl^iupiupiMib , etc* S. XjpllUJpiUifiLuaii , 

etc. 

\Spliuipuiiil.hj% £^/i va. to lengthen, 
to prolong, to drag, to delay; to draw 
back; to continue. 

\}p^u,p,M,Jtfn,-P-liiii s . elongation , 
prolonging ; duration, length, prolon- 
gation; act of going back. 

\;p^u,p,aJ[iii. a. long, extended, that 
lasts a long time, durable. [diffuse. 

\;pliuipu,uiuimni-J' a . long , prolix, 

'\3pliuipiuu,ti. a. long, that lasts long, 
durable. 

pjis. duration, length. 



utnititnlrt^nt-i 



\}pk _ 

\spliu,puit-np a. long, extended; re- 
moved, distant. 

\Sp^u.plrJ; ty/. va. to lengthen, to 
prolong, to stretch, to extend ; to sus- 
pend ; to delay, to temporize. 

Xsp/^uipitM-p-piii , \spli,i,pntJfh s. length, 
elongation, extent, reach ; prolixity. 

\]pl£Uit-np , \Jpt£Uti-nptruti£ i Xjpl^ml-nppu 
b. Xjplint-nph-uiti I Xjpl^nM-npll * 

yjpl^iut-ni^pp. , t-jtt-pu f cnL-pq (id, 01, Or 

for two days. 

\}ck"'4''"'''il"-p < "3 o,- *• both, each, 
every. 

\}plipu,i a. doubtful, uncertain, un- 
determined, perplexed ; j-u i^hlri, to 
doubt, to have doubts ; to scruple, to 
demur; j-u uipl{ui%hi_, to call into 
question ; j-u ,uni,hi_, to bring into 
suspicion, to make suspicious. 

\jpkp'y"'e-"'e "'^- uncertainly, doubt- 
fully. 

\}plip.utltuliu/i, a. suspicious, doubt- 
ful, problematic, uncertain. 

hpip-yt'/'' ^a"u vn. to doubt, to 
suspect, to hesitate, to mistrust. 

\;p^i!.u-/n^[3-[iii, s. doubt, hesitation , 
perplexity, irresolution; suspicion; 
incertitude, ambiguity. 

\;ptjpuA . fj a . amphibological , 
double , ambiguous ; double-dealing , 
double-tongued. 

b/»4p'"*'"«-/*/'«-*« *. amphibology, am- 
biguous discourse, ambiguity. 

\SpfiP'"it' a. s. binomial ; - "{jti-miA^, 
Newton's binomial theorem. 
■ \}pipiu^ui^u,% a. binomial. 

\}p^puipp.iiin. a. s. diphthong. 



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1j//^/ii«j/.4 a. that opens on two sides 
or doubly, double ; - ^'•<.>i>< , folding- 
door ; - luh^lr,r„i,p^ , bivalve. 

\;p^plTpiu'b , -%iriu% , -%[, a. that has 
two apertures; two edged, double- 
biting, two-bladed. 

b/»4p7/" a. born or produced doubly, 
double ; having two qualities. 

\}i'itll"l" l'"-'l}' ^i^htu^'-l" o- bicipital; 
two-headed; double-headed. 

yipli-fiinliiF, l-^u,/ vn. to assemble in 
two troops or regiments. 

b/i^f-n^'i''-''/' s. phys . bi-concave, 
double concave. 

\}plct';P' o- of two colours. 

ISp/i tf-iiJi-uili a. of two sorts, diverse. 

Xsi'ktb'"^"'''' • -•tb'^b c- of two faces ; 
of two sorts, diverse ; deceitful, coun- 
terfeit ; doubtful , equivocal , ambi- 
guous, amphibological. 

}3l'/if["f!"-Rl"-''' s. equivocation; dissi- 
mulation, duplicity, falsehood. 

Xjlili^puidtru/b , Jh'ulig s. didrachm, two 
drachms or pence. 

l;/»4*"'"4 '^^ binary. 

\spliiTu.,r a. of two years ; biennial ; 
f > lasting two years. 

\iplih^j etc. S. ^Schl••-•L< etc. 

t^/^tjni-^ *• fear ; —u mpliiilulru to 
terrify, to frighten. 

\}pliy-in^„. a. frightful. 

b/f^£-f/£'<i.% , ./tfc/y a. of two years, 
two years old ; jhplihJyiil,^ hi- {• [,in, 
%Mi,pi, , from two years old and under. 

b/J^^n-A-m^ I \;[illlriihu/h U . twlcO 

three, six. 

\S{'i^l'l"-l' > "3 o.. two hundred. 

}Splilrgni-,iiM,'itlrJ', n«-j/> va. to intimi- 
date, to frighten, to terrify, to cast 
down ; to startle. 

b/'Z/t'-™'*' . 'bpit-i.u/iin.-P-liM-i s. doubt, 
suspicion, fear. [sheets. 

\}l'li[3-fri,[3-[, a . of two leaves or 

\;(,liP-h,-hu.% a. of two wings. 

\}[,liPP-nM-nUi s. deutoxide. 

b/ii-^uA/' *• fork, prong ; table-fork ; 
- ^uu{ui'iiail[-a'-rt[, , trigger, brake with 
spring. 

b/»^p' . 4V' ' \jpipip ' Ip-l'S *• heaven ; 
heavens, the sky, the firmament; pa- 
radise, dwelling of the blessed; air, 
ether; lTiuh,iri_ jkplilfi.u , to ascend up 
into heaven ; jhptilHiu uiirpumiuiu to 
raise to the skies ; '4u/j/i««-rau»4 -> the 
blue sky ; tiunnup kplpijig , the arch or 
vault of heaven ; 4"'-/» > ^^"i/* h'^ii-h • 



the bolts of heaven ; ^uiunLjUL hpllitl,^ , 
the wrath of heaven ; -^ In- A^_ 
lilp . heaven and earth; -g.\ uipi-uip -^ , 
heavens! good heavens! ^/A^. •tcup^, 
u/bia,/;,/ , u,in,iuM,r,uit - , clear, serene, 
cloudless, cloudy sky ; 'iph-ip, - , the 
Empyrean. 

llp/ifi^hu/ii a- of two columns ( page ). 

Ijpil'P , ip[' s. earth, globe ; ground, 
land, territory, soil, district, depart- 
ment , jurisdiction; land, country, 
province, region, climate; the world; 
the earth ; j- ululiu/iiiru [un'ii.upi.liij to 
prostrate one's self ; - yifiiq-hu/ii , birth- 
place; J- tinpiruflMhi_ (^^.[•uiP-uMi-uii^ , to 

strike dead on the spot; j- omuip , in 
a foreign land; p-inj-u-ip - jpiip-ui^u 
Jtp, the ground shook beneath our 
feet;-! ~! land! land! - un-hmhuitj, 
the Holy Land. 

\;p/i['P a. second ; ad. secondly, in the 
second place. 

Xspipp ui-uifi'iilrir, ii[„ij.[i vn. to wor- 
ship, to adore; to prostrate one's self; 

- 4"-oy , to idolize, to adore idols. 
^p'il'3" od. twice ; - u.'hiiu.r, two 

times. 

\ipkh'-ij h < b'- *• fear, timidity ; ter- 
ror, apprehension, fright, dread; doubt, 
distrust; um. -[• , for fear of; j- «"*»_ 

^itupltii iliupu/bfri_t 1-1' ^'"pli^'^Pl^f to 

fear, to apprehend, to be much afraid; 

- u,pliui'i,lri_j,i^ , to frigthen, to startle, 
to strike with terror ; [aoiuiliiu'ii - , a 
panic ; - iHu^m. ui%t/uiM- f •U^c";/ l"^< ^'^e 
terror of death is fallen upon me; t-p, 
lihu/b Irplilii-,!^ Jkir , they were sore a- 
fraid. 

\jpiib'-'i^p^k S. U.4'"p^4* 

\}plil„-,l,ui-iri, a. frightful, dreadful, 
terrible ; timid. 

\}pJil„.,l.„il, 4-, it is to be feared. 

\spli[„-,iu,il,p , -il,^ a . timorous, timid, 
astonished, fearful. [with fear^ 

\}plilii-il.„l,iu„iii ad. mixed with fear, 

Xsp^lti-HMuir , «<j a . timorous , con- 
scientious, scrupulous, pious, religious. 

\;piib'-'U"^"'-Pb'^' * • fe^i-' of God, 
piety, religion, conscience; -ptnuJi., 
religiously, conscientiously. 

\}plilii.tlu,Jlrh-uip a. pious, timorous. 

\jpkiti::"- "■• deceitful, ambiguous, 
equivocal; S. b/'ip™^- 

^jpli/ni-ilhkiaj u. of two moous ; - 
mt-ni-p^ , duration of two moons, two 
months. 



\;i,lib-}t[<irpmm s. bisulphate. 
'b^.46-#7./_ a. enclosed or placed be- 
tween two seas. 

\}pl(lii,,jiir, [, s. mar. brig. 
\;pl,li,,.%u..r,,l, S. hciilA . 
t/ii^u'^'f n"-^' a . of two cubits. 

t'/»M*'/»"i*""'^' ' ~"//' "• of two kinds 
or shapes. 

\3('lik^['"t"'-Pb'^'S. chem. dimorphism. 

\j('/j/ii-''i a. bigamist. 

\;plilii,n^p-l,Jii s. bigamy. 

\S['lili"['''-P"'i"t s . phys. bi-conyex , 
double convex. 

\;[i^i,u,nu,plr,alj a . two thousandth, 
that contains twice a thousand. 

\}pli^,a,„nit a. in two volumes. 

ySpliJiiaiti s. diphthong: discordant- 

b/'4# "• two horsed ; s. carriage, 
equipage. 

\}r'i^l"L' -'^I"-'L' -^'d' "■ • forked; 
cleft; separated in two, of two bran- 
ches ; S. \}pliJ-w'bli . 

b/>4'''""'^V' ' -•ru,m'i,[, a. having two 
points or fingers, forked; S. \sptiJ-u,'i,l,-^ 

^pk'td'"'' ' /' s. billion, one millio n 
millions. 

\jplfft'" • 'riiiiaj a. irresolute, per- 
plexed, wavering, distrustful, suspi- 
cious, doubtful; -, j-„ ip.k-^ S. Xlpli^ 
•r,„h,r- 

\;piiin„ir,r, /rj[,, \;pii,n„i„r, y-f-y vn. 
to be irresolute, to suspect, to distrust, 
to waver, to demur ; - f 4u#../««,nj , to 
be unbeliever. 

\ipiiJ'u,irjni.j,M/i,hir, ni-ijl, va. to make 
doubt or waver. 

\jp^.r.„n,-[9j s. irresolution, vacilla- 
tion, doubt, distrust. 

Xjpf/!' , liufii , Xsp/^nLiip , /^lu'Ty s . pang, 
work , labour in child-birth ; pains , 
labour , trouble , fatigue ; t^/^nt-^ 
i^ii'i,q.u,li,u%[, , throes ; jhpliniiiu ^.%A^, 

mlTi_trpli,Ji,^ , to be in labour, in the 
pangs of child-birth, to labour. 

\;pliii-iii!..Jiini.[3-l,Ji, s. uranology. 

\;pi'ii.ap/rpji a. sky-high, much ele- 
vated. 

XlpffiiuiiAiutf a. that dwells in heaven, 
inhabitant of heaven, celestial. 

\;pifi-i'"tk"i s. astronomer. 

'bpii'i.iuq'i.u.j a. that hastens, presses 
on towards heaven. [blue. 

\jpli%u,^n//, a. blue, sky-blue, dark 



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\;p/i%a,^ni^a. that cries to heaven. 
1;/»45i«"?-'"-'/J"/' a . composed of a 
celestial troop; divine assembly. 

\;p^%mil-niJb,n , ifiinnf S . CCleStial 

globe, sphere, orb. 

t/»4*""7^/""4'"*' «• uranographic ; - 
l-npitli , - machine. 

[}p/p,io,/.pni.l3-[,Li, s. uranography. 

\;plii,u,[3-n.l^ a. that flies, rushes to 
heaven. 

\}pp,u.J;an-u/i„l. a . possBSsing hea- 
ven, heir of heaven. 

Xjpli'bu.inju a. full of heavenly light, 
celestial, divine. 

\Splii.u,luni, or P-np^ a. contemplating, 
meditating on divine matters. 

\}pllLui[unl-tfp. S. \Spil[7iaiq-r"^lJutp * 

b^,4*,u.6-^Y_A4 a. blooming divine- 
ly, or by the power of God, celestial, 
divine. 

\jpf/i,ui^ui-2Cu,ii. a. adorning the sky. 

b^4?/.o4™//i.^ s . arch of heaven , 
vault, roof. 

\;pp,u,/iaia.njj u. founded in heaven, 
celestial. 

Xsplptui^lrui^ , -lih%g,u,i^a. whose con- 
duct is heavenly, that lives like an 
angel. 

^Splil'u'k^e'H S. \ipl^uMS,u3%ij-kin • 
\Splliiuilipob S. Ijpll'i'w/llr'ii^iuiu 

\^plli„ui,ujjlr,ug a. looking to heaven. 
b/>4^«"4"'^'?-4-'" I -4«'*'?-g'*' «• resem- 
bling heaven, celestial, divine. 

\;plll,uiC,ui'liif.k" S. XiplfliiMilihiu^' 

'\iplii,uMi,tu'ii:Cuip a. full of heavenly or 
divine wisdom. 

\siiiii""'t'"" o.. reaching heaven, very 
high, very elevated. 

\}pl[i.,ui,u.p a . struck by heaven. 

t/»//^""4wz.' ^""-da *• celestial as- 
sembly; S. b/<4^<"^"«-»/J"^ • 

b^4%ui4<.</ a. flowed or come from 
heaven, celestial. 

\jpIliiuiAh-i- S. \jpllbui^it/titi.njiM * 

\}plii.,uAl,p a. given by heaven, ce- 
lestial, divine. 

\;pl{iim-^iTj' a. that walks in heaven ; 
celestial. 

\;plii,u,Jlt2pj s. sky, firmament. 

\;p/fl,„jjp, a . celestial ; ethereal ; 
- iru.pJliiif:, celestial bodies, planets, 
etc. ; - puiplini-[3'[,i-'i, , the wrath of 
heaven. 

\jp^%Mti^tnp^ b. XJp^uuiJi^ip • 

b^4?/u»^u»^» a. reaching heaven. 
[jppiMa^iu^ncJ3-pi.% s. uranometry. 



\Splpiiu^i. a. that goes, that leads to 
heaven, celestial. 

\} l> 1^1 u,uiu,„i fill a. that makes a circuit 
or a course in heaten. 

\}plibuiulll^_%. ySplflliaifUillrioj . 

}Slilfiima.u,m u. that flows, that falls 
from heaven abundantly. 

b^{%iifa.u>^ a. sent from heaven. 

\j[ilihiuuiu,j a. that rushes to heaven, 
ejaculatory. [heaven. 

'^pffiiaiua.lriiir a. that has created 

\}pliit,umlr,iui^ a. that has flowed or 
fallen from heaven, celestial. 

\Spllbiutnni-p b. lfp//itiaA[in • 

XSpl^iMi^nj^ tnuijumiali^ s. astronoml- 
cal chart. 
\}pl^jui,unp a. celestial, divine; ^•yi-'i' 



dtp -, our heavenly father. 

\;plp,oipiuq,iMpuijfi a. s. inhabitant of 
heaven. , [stone. 

hl'lpi'ip"'!' s. aerolite, bolid, falling 
\}li//iikir, Irgl. va. to be in labour, to 
bring forth a child : to suifer ; to be 
pained or grieved ; to think, to con- 
template, to ponder ft,ver; to elaborate. 

Xjplllin1i[a'tua b. X^tlbui^tt^* 

\ipl^n,.,ik2_ a. having branches very 
high or reaching to heaven. 

\}plfini.um , J- ad. from heaven, from 
on high. 

\}plib^,J', klriy, //lip vn. to fear, to 
be afraid of, to dread, to apprehend, 
to be frightened, to tremble; to distrust; 
Jli lrplib£lip , don't be afraid, never fear. 

ySp^'iT"' • efK). S. b/»4i^«" I etc. 

b/4^">/'i~^ <^d. like heaven. 

]Sp//iinp,aP- or p-^ s. monday. 

\!pininui%li a. s, two-footed, biped. 

\;plittiniuuuA , [ij a. twelve ; - fm- 
*/.«/., the 12tl>- of June, the twelfth 
instant. [12'no- 

\}pl[iiuiu,uiii%ta6-u,i_ a. s. duodecimo. 



\Sp'i 



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fUiujyiui.t —Jtriuhj Jl/hha ft. 

of twelve years, twelve years old. 

\iplinmuiuuihu^lium s. Qeom. dodcca- 
hedral. 

\}plinuiutuu/iiu/i,lil,Lii s. dodecagon. 

}SplinuiiuaiJtihuili , %lrlil, s. doZeU. 
\jp/^nintiiuu/hlrpnpif. , u,j a. tWClfth. 
\JpIinintuuuMblii^lru/b , -^ilr^lih , hrnnt^iq 

a. all the twelve. 

^Jp^ninuiauihpga ad. twolvO timCS. 

\}plinin%tniuM^ tt. bipodal. 
Xipfinplrui^ s, mark of abbreviation 



i bP>1 

or elision (") ; e. g. .p" -i ^ , .g^'-n-^. ; 

\\nir." 1\nJ^inuiU • 

\jpfinL. , hpl^nt-^ , fliti-^ , f^nt-u a. tWO J 

pair; ad. second; besides, moreover. 
\jp/int-titriuii/\ etc. S- Qk-pf^ni-u/itutifi etc. 

fJp/inJtip b. {jpl^"!,. 

\SplinL.^ap.u,[3- , -/?/. s. monday ; ftp 

-'. shrove- -; ™»./»^, i/i-6- -, - before 

Easter. [twins. 

ISp^ni-npuih-lA a. that brings forth 

ISp/ini-npia/iu/i, o. dual ; double. 

\Jp/j^nt-frp/riiif£ * fr/^uin f \Jpi^ni-npp f 

pi-y , plip , piriuj a. that brings forth, 
that has twins ; couple, pair ; s. twin ; 
-ip. testicles. 

Xiplirivhiithi -zhI^ ' li"^"^ or nnt^a 

a. s. both. [animous, cowardly. 

]jpi^ui , ut^ a. timid, fearful, pusill- 

\;pi^ui[iir, tjiy vn. to feel intimida- 
ted, to get frightened. 

\}pli^nnn.-[3-lii^, s. timidity, pusillani- 
mity, cowardice. 

\!p/iui,an.ui^ a. divided, discordant- 

\;p/{MMi,«n.u,/itir, t-jlt va. to divide, to 
disunite, to set at variance. 

\}pliuimn.ua^^ir, tgiy vu. to be dividcd, 
disunited, discordant. 

b/'4«Y«"«-"'4"'-/^/"-* * • disagreement, 
variance, discord, dissension, division, 
disunion, quarrel. 

XSplluiiurLujIimtriT S. JSpfiiilinn.inl£li-J\ 

XipliiMiuimltli , uilitu^ a . ad . double ; 
doubly. 

b/»4«r""n4*-'/'. %f va. to double. 

b/4'V"""4"'-^/"-^' *• duplicity, state 
of that which is double or doubled. 

}i;pliuth,a , mu,^ s. duumvir. 

bpi'iiruin^p-pi-i s. duumvirate. 

\;p/ia,ypiupiiA'ni-PpiJii s. dilcmma. 

b/>^"<«//' > -pi- «• two edged. 

}Sp^umni.lrp , -plruA a. amphiscian. 

\}pltiUrc'uph"'- «• that has two cloaks. 

\;pi^u,[,pt-w% a. having two masters. 

\jp//ianq_a. S. tWO linCS ; - nmiJbaat-np , 

distich. 

}Gpkv"'e'^' td^- geologist. 

ySplipuip.iMibailiafi, a. geological. 

\;plipu,p,u,%n,.p^l<i^' s. geology. 

\}pljpaipui^uuilitii'ii a. geodetical. 

\}plinaipui^unt-P-l't^ s . geodosia , 
geodesy. [world, or of the earth. 

\}p/ipu,p'iiai^ a . inhabitant of the 

Ijp/ipuipn.-nfii a . that is produced , 
that springs from the earth. 

\Splip,ufli"'"''P^b'^' *• geognosy. 

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\sfii' 



IIUIUUUI 



if-liuij 



a . that walks on the 



earth, 

b^ij^/i/^.r^6 , .«_3 a. «. agriculturist; 
planter, husbandman, labourer. 

\}p//liui^ni,lr/rij', lijf[, va. to till, to 
cultivate, to plough. 
, ^Bplipiufnpitnt-PltL:!! s . agriculture , 
tillage, culture. [globe. 

Xj/t^piun-nJiim , i^uinj s. terrestrial 

bpip'uil'p a. that fills the world. 

\i[ilipuiirl^ I —h^ihuiij —iriini^iii. a. pro- 
duced by the earth, terrestrial. 

b^^/""*""'-/' «• that torments, or agi- 
tates the world; tormented or agi- 
tated on the earth. 

b/i4;""4«<»£^i etc. S. \i,^"ijjp4'"/i'"ij etc. 

\}li/i[jiii^ii/b a. terrestrial. 

\jp//puj^lrMii^, -^lAjjUJii a. that lives on 
earth, terrestrial, worldly. 

b/'i'/"<'i''^ a. that treads, walks on 
earth; terrestrial. 

\lp//pui^ira.[lni.P^l,t^, S. OSt. apOgeO- 
XSpipu.'iJly , etc. S. T-tmiu-^n^, OtC. 
tSp/^nuji/uib' D. ^/rttiijunfii^ * 

\jp//p.xiJi-pJ , -ni-P-fiiii ,9 . ast . peri- 
geum, perigee. 

\}plipu,iPi, s- terrestrial ; worldly. 

\iplip"'ii"'t ' f'ji or "»j s. geometrician. 
b/'V'"if"^""4"''*' «• geometrical; -7/, 
geometry. 

\}p/fl,uj^uifn,.l3-[,tii s. geometry. 
\}li//puj^ui^opk'^ ad. geometrically. 

Xjpliputuituuilriuil llh-piupl^ni^ S, SGpul- 

chre, tomh. [ing. 

\}[,^piuuiu,pu,p a. manuring, fertiliz- 

\S['liP"'"f"['-i'"'k ^ ■ that surrounds 
the earth (sea). 

\jp/iliiuuf[i^a. worldly-minded. 

\;pi[puii,li, a . mundane , worldly ; 
patriot. [terrestrial. 

bpipiuu'bnLiiil.a. maintained on earth, 

}Sp/ipiiiun/in. rooted in the earth. 

\}li^pu,auit,ip- a. that has created the 
world; created of earth, terrestrial. 

[jp/£piuMnMM,p,uit a. spread in the world 
or throughout the world; stretched 
on earth. 

\}['liP""-"P"'-P-t'^ s- worldly vanities. 

\lpip'".p"'Pu I'j a. worldly ; S. S"*-"», 

%,u^,up2ji -ac - • carnal-minded, lustful. 






\;p/,l„upu,i,^L.p[.L.% s . worldliness ; 
sensuality. 

\}plipJhjjp s. earth-worm. 

Xsplipnpn., ui^ a. second; secondary, 
accessory; ad. secondly, in the second 
place ; - »f 4^><p - Deuteronomy ; -^ , 
bigamists ; - uii.f.u.S, once again, once 
more, a second time. [cessorily. 

\ipkv"Pf"P'"C ^^- secondarily, ac- 

\}plipnp,i.mli,Jh a. secondary, acces- 
sory, subaltern. 

\}p!ipap^kj; ir^l- va. to say again, to 
repeat, to reiterate ; to repeat often, 
to resume ; — 4""^"-'""l"~ • to recapi- 
tulate ; - /' ■t-"" ' to pass again. 

\}ptipnpri.ni-l3-[,L% , ^Sp^papif-ni-Uh s. re- 
petition , resumption, reiteration; - 
oppiu.j , Deuteronomy. 

^pl{P"Pt-"'-"'" *• ^i^t, roll. 

Xjpiipufiuii.iFj' S. \}plil'p uiui^ufiiy,r. 

}Splipiiiuif-ni- , uij a. s. worshipper. 

\}pftP"i"'t"'-P'!"^ *• adoration, wor- 
ship ; prostration ; - ^n-nj , idolatry ; - 
MTuiu.m-^u/bhij to worship. 

hptu/i^'L' hpi-f^'ti • J-" ib^'t-r^- b/»4. 

\spli]j,k,iiiyj; Irjli va. to divide in 
two, to cleave. 

hph^ S. b/'//- [days. 

\;p/ioP[i u.^n«-pp s. space between two 

\;pioP[,ir S. bpt^op^u u.n^,L-,r. 

\}pl,opyu;i a. of two days; in two 
days. 

\}pjhu S. b«-«'""- 

lj/»7,t.r, trjl- va. to fan ; S. ^nutiT. 

\lp%h-ui/[ S. \jp"'^l" 

1j/»V'"4 . -I;"''' . -£7""4 1 1 *• bot. thistle 
(eryngium) ; lrp'i,2y-"lit •"•"'i < '"''• gen- 
tian ; S. p"?-- 

'brzt'i • iht *• sausage. 

Xipn^lu s. flock of cotton. 

\ipnii,^ s. wild beasts. 

Xsp^iu'i-l-k < '^k'"3 «• happy, blessed, 
prosperous, fortunate, lucky ; - ipitu 
to be happy. 

\}p2u,'bliuipiiip ad. happily. 

\3p2u/t.liiuqiupJ'a. of a happy family. 

\sp2u,'i,liu,lipot, a. happy, blessed, holy, 
pious, angelical. [to be fortunate- 

}3p2iu'iiiiu/iiuiir, uigtui vn. to prosper, 

\}plii,%iiiut-J^u, a. very happy, blessed, 
full of felicity. 

\;p2u/h^u„/,uiii. a. very happy, superb, 
magnificent. 

b/'£;"*'4"'-/3-f '-'*' s. happiness, fortune, 
prosperity, beatitude, felicity. 



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bOP' 



b/»/» * . cariosity , cancer, rotten- 
ness, mouldiness. 

bi>i>i»ii-u,i,Ja. much agitated, stormy. 

b/»p«»4/' «• «rf- triple ; trebly. 

b/'^A-iof a. ternary, three ; s. trey. 

\t{'l'"l"l- , luj a. s. ad. third ; third 
part ; thirdly. 

\}piini,q.u,ii,uh a. ternary. 

\ipii"Pi-lrii', h^lt va . to treble , to 
triple, to repeat three times. 

{jl'pnpq-nt-P-litSu s. Trinity ; triplicity. 

Xspipi , /» , ipniiiji , //j'fc/y s. colour, hue, 
dye ; fashion, form. 

hpif'' t-pifr, a. speckled, variegated, 
diversified with colours ; s. diversity 
of colours; ad. in several colours or 
manners; - ^mpliti/rili^, ^uM,au/iiliij to 
shine with many colours ; - hpuiu^o^ , 
of a thousand colours, party-coloured. 

b^^f'iu/^i-,^ a. having good colours. 

Xipili'ii.aii.,,/!, a . of many colours , 
variegated. 

\sp,lfi„u'i,lTpli a. dyed of many colours. 

\}pip%,Mi,^u,i[_ a . having a shining 
colour. 

b"- Or It- conj. and; also, likewise; - 
... , - ... , both... , and; - n^, neither, 
no, nor; n^ Jlfii - n^ Jl-^iti, , neither; 
neither one nor the other; - t^/.«.™. 
"•••Pi^ - iririif, , both young and old ; 
- ut/^i ad. et cffitera, and so on; - uipi 
qp , - uiju ^l, , the more so ; -aip^ , now, 
then; -hp- ad. only, solely; - *-«..# 
conj. ad. also, more, over, still, more- 
over, likewise ; - 7/' . - .g.ui%i[i , since, 
because. 

b'-Pt'S. \}o[Tb. 

b-,/.S. W-l: 

\}t-n,iai^ni-nit s. phijs. aolopilo. 

bt-" conj. also, still, more ; - ian.uMi.lTi_ 
ad. the more so ; - .^w"!' y;- > more and 
more, instantly. 

\Si-pnuiuMlim% s. European. 

\}i-pnuiuiijlw , j«-^/ a. s. European. 

b/ , nj s . cooking, dressing; j- 
uip^uAtirij to cook. 

Ta-fifrir, tjf va. to cook, to dress, to 
do ; — [1 ^iiLu/ii , to bake ; - /» mii»u^«#^/i , 
to fry ; - p liaiuliuipuMjl, , to broil. 

\}^h%k or $tfc4- s. ossit'rage. 

\s4'bL' b'^'"/.*. cook. 

b'^?/ . /a . b'^nj I '"J s. cooked meat ; 
cooling draught, decoction. 

b/""-4 s. fusion of bronze. 



k'-'n . annealing of metals or glass. 

b'/""-«> s. ephod. 

bj.'/A4/'" s- remora. 

b^/A"" s. sea-hedgehog, sea-urchin. 

xioP-u/biuiitiuiilh-ujj , —ilkiuii a. seventy 
years old. 

\;u[3-,u'iiiuu'i,lr,ali , h^iii^ s. soveuty. 

\}o[3-iu'i,„ii,'i-trlil, , -lrlil!h u. sovcnty ; 
ad. seventy times. 

\i<,[3-uM'i,u.,!hlrJl, a. seventy years old. 

\}o[3-,„'i,u,u'iilTpnpi^ , uitj a . seventy ; 
- ^lipu-li^ , Septuagesima Sunday. 

\}o[3-ut^jiu,iiiL.'u , uTjI'^ a. seventy; -^ , 
the Septuagint. 

-%k;p[,'r, , iA_j«iiJy s. a. all the seven. 

\Sa(3^t , 13-ia'li , P-l^i , P-u/iip , P-um'Iij U. 

seven; - uA^.a//*, - times, many times. 

XsoP^uMf-ini-lu, -if£/"/> a. seven-headed. 

\;u[3-'ii,up-liL. a. septenary, that con- 
sists of seven numbers or letters. 

bo/JV""^"/" a. that has seven lights. 

\!.>l3i,aitpi a. that has engendere'd 
seven times. [times. 

Ijo/^^ira^/. a. ad. septenary; seven 

bo/?i'"4"Yytuii a. s. heptagon. 

l;o/7>"«y/f a. s. heptachord. 

Ijo/3^5>"»7<2»"/'^ a. of seven candles or 
lights (chandelier). 

\}oP-'iiuiJhi;i , ~Jkiu% a . septennial, 
seven years old. 

\;op-'i„uJulruy a. of seven months. 

l;a[j-%u/ii//l>i-'ii a. s. heptagon. 

\}oP^ii,.,2u>i,hux% a. of seven branchs 
(chandelier). 

\SoP-'i„auu,lr,ilru/ii tt . haviug sovon 
branchs or columns; of seven stars. 

\},>l9-'liuiu,„lr,^i S. b<'/3*""£.'"4*-"'i • 

\3ol3'b,up^,hutii , -^lAl' , -ipli S. XsoR-^ 

'iiuiinju. [seven; week. 

1j<.^*W-<u4i ^h"'3 "'• *■ septenary,^ 

\So[3-%hlip, ad. seven times. 

\}oR'iit>ltria'ii a. seven years old. 

\;o(9-'iilrplr,u^ , hliuM^ u . s. Septenary ; 
week. ' [week; seventhly. 

bo/3iA-fio/»7- , "»y a. s. ad. seventh ; 

\}o[3%irpnpii-trj; hgli va . to repoat 
seven times. 

\;op-'iih;.mu,u'h , uiu'ti^ a. Seventeen. 

\;oP-'ltlr,^lrm'b , -z^l'^' S. \}oP-uiUlr^lrui% , 
\}oP'h'iuniuiplruili , -piruib a. of SCVeU 

thousand years. 

^QoP^int-inuMiibtudhuif^ —lujp a. 01 SC- 

venteen years. 



sua 1 

J}o[3-%nM-utuiiAh-pnpff. t '"^ ii • Seven- 
teenth, [times as many. 

'bo/?%iY'<""/4 c- Of'- serenfold, seven 

\jcp%uiu,puu{lrui'b a . having seven 
walls. 

Jsop^ioi.tiy , pi[,jf a. of seven days. 



R 



a Cza) t*" *■ the sixth letter of the 
alphabet and the fourth of the conso- 
nants ; ^, £• six ; sixth. 

It is sometimes changed for, or con- 
founded "with the letter « : ^t^u,,, , 

- art. that marks the accusative : 
"tp^L.1^"'""'-'"^ ' ^^ love God; mh-utu^ 
'iilri_^uithi.uilih , to see the sun; n«-mt^ 
ijr4"/_j , to eat bread. This article is 
sometimes understood, for example: 

( instead of qluutqnif^ , q^m-^ ) . - It is 
often repeated: n^^ .j^^m ,p[,,[,ph'i, ^..._ 
phutiig ^u'liiiJu^ quijip ( instead of ^«_ 
tUp- ufiiiiifii^ [tt-plrufiig ) • — It often 
changes its place: hmm^i ^,ir,u fl'im 

iJjUUJjIrMJJJ ( usually qa^pn {Juurjfruij ) • 

- It marks the narrative or sixth 
case, on, of, for: fr^p^m^ ^7i/;{«-n/ , to go 
and fetch gold, or in order to bring 
gold; •an.uipiri_q2pnj, to sond lu order 
to bring water ; [•louk-u^.iru.'iik . to speak 
of him. 

- It marks the eighth case, round, 
about, on, above : •upli„h,hi_ .[hn^uii. , to 
put on him; uiftlri_ qpn^/ml^, to pass 
above the flame, to singe ; .«Ajot_juiit^ 
quiJir^,t-^nM.irii_p , to surpass , to sur- 
mount, to excel more than all. 

- augmentative letter : ,i^p^n.L-i_, 



-At, 



U t'""j' 



u-lih, . 



S,""il'c . qc""_y or pl,jj a. ugly, deform- 
ed, slovenly; dirty, filthy, indecent, 
impure, lewd, obscene. 



74 sm, 

S^mqpMupMu'i, a, obscene in words or 
language. 

S^Mi^iu,piMAlr,r, irjip vn. to discourse 
obscenity, to hold filthy language, 

a™2P"'p'"*'"«-/?f«-* *. coarse expres- 
sions or language, obscene words. 

*^uj,liiiupi=piA a. unchaste, lascivious, 
obscene in words. 

^lu^uii-npfr , lug a, unchaste, lasci- 
vious, obscene; luxurious, flissolute. 

g,«i^pmr^/7^.*-t./', ty/l va. to be lewd, 
dissolute. ^ 

^uiqiiutn-npitni-P-li s. lowduess, turpi- 
tude in actions. 

S^iu^,u,i[.irira. nasty-looking, ugly. 

J><"t'""^"/"^ "• nasty, ugly, impure. 

^uiqputin^P a. that wounds chaste 
ears, obscene. 

l^uiqiiui/uou O^ l^uiaputpuiJe* 
l^utapuiJ^irui , etc. O. l*utp*tMi^niii I CXCr 

^•^^mJluyi a. having a bad voice; 
of perverse doctrine. 

^lu^u/iiiair, tuTjui/ vn. to loathe, to 
nauseate; S. l],Y".tY5«Au/«r. 

\Jl^ui opus lit l^u, ~uib utuliy ^uthuhiQ.. nasty- 
looking, ugly, deformed, unpleasant 
to the sight. 

^^uiijpiuijnt-^uibh-irf "'-^l^ va. to disfi- 
gure, to make ugly or dirty, to soil. 

yl^utaii^J' D. ^uiaifUtlMtitJ', 

l^ui^iniuli , aiM^y , inlrui^ a . dirty, 

Ugly, impure ; s. idol. 

^,uipn..p^[,Li, s. Ugliness, filth, act of 
growing ugly; deformity, uncleanness; 
impurity, dirtiness, nastiness, foulness, 
lewdness. 

Hujiriuir a. small, mean. 

^ui^oAtiT, £-j/i va. to look, to cast 
eyes on some thing. 

^mliuimpiT, k^uij vu- to bo oxtromely 
fond, to become excessively affection- 
ate, to love with too much passion , 
to bend one's whole soul to; to get 
furious; - {> luun/ii , ^ qp^uoAiu , to give 
one's self up to gambling, to pernicious 
amusement; - ^t,„ ii.k,iuipnM.h,„n\ta, 
to be devotedly fond of the fine arts. 

i>«,4iz,%^£/i a. dreadful, ghastly, 
frightful. 

S"'4/' '^fpliu.'iil-r, i,u,p,u, vn. to dread, 
to fear much ; S. l],4 - 

^'"4"'^'/'. frj-y vn. to be suitable. 
^uiql'i/i luiLiini-irvn. to grow weak. 



^uMii^iuiqipntA a. inconstant, unstable, 
not solid, alippery. 

^m,/p.[,/f sf. mare. 

basket; - jp , a - full; - ^j.lr„m„^^ , 

tf-npirnj , uiiiiqnj, 'iiii^[r , clotheS- -, WOrk- 

- , - of fruit, bread— • 

^•y^?/ O'd. till to-morrow, to-raorrow 
morning. 

^"!iP""tl''' "• passionate, desperate, 
furious, turbulent; grievous ; - , -^»,_ 
puip ad. abruptly, turbulently, angrily. 

anger, to rouse the wrath or ire, to 
incense, to provoke, to exasperate, to 
drive to extremities. 

^•yii""ti'liJ', 'iihguii vn. to be angry, 
to fire up, to feel' wroth, to become 
incensed. 

ii,uijpu/in,'ir, uijiiy vn. to grow angry, 
to be enraged, to put one's self in a 
passion, to fly into a passion, to bluster, 
to be angry, vexed, exasperated, to 
lose patience, to fret, to be mad, to 
inveigh. 

^uypu/tip s. increase, irritation. 

ft»</P«,jA- «./_«. irritated, vexed^angry, 
fretful; furious, outrageous, mad. 

Sf/f^ji""" • ""3 **• hasty, passionate, 
fiery, wrathful. 

anger, indignation ; passion. 

^uijpui^„i.ju/i,lrir, »t-j// va. to irritate, 
to put in a passion, to enrage, to anger, 
to make angry, to fret, to vex, to 
nettle, to affront, to provoke. 

S,";ipyP s. flight, gust of passion, 
anger, wrath, spite, vexation, indigna- 
tion , fury, rage, revolt ; «»«. - , in des- 
pite of. 

^u/uunfu/ii , fij a. diverse, different, 
various, distinct. 

J^mi«.Y^uiri-«Y_a._variegated. 

^u/biunu/iilrj; t-i/li va. to distinguish, 
to diversify, to discern, to vary. 

^u/iiuM^u'iilij; t-jiy vn. to signalize 
one's self (by), to excel, to surpass. 

^•u'iiiuiiu/iini.p-liiX , -"unLSii s. distinc- 
tion; difference; diversity, variety. 

^a/iiiu^ s. piece, bit. 
^u/uiuuf s. ast. dragon's tail. 



To au.^ 

^•u%-i.u,li , ,ug s. bell ; clock bell ; hand 
bell, small bell hung on the neck of 
cattle; - t-ih,^,„pui/^u/b , electric chimes; 
- pai-uiy, bell-glass; - /i,u%p-lr,ip , lamp- 
glass, glass-globe, glass-shade; »f«A. 
'/-["ii -[• , stroke of a bell ; ini-ihi_ -'"a ' 
bell-founder ; int-u,"!, -[, , bell-rope, bell- 
pull; - ^Mp/i,Ji,tru to ring the bell ; - - 
•[uiuZ M/2.tj%>5 1 to toll for the dead ; 
^likl^i -jj uiuiinuipu,^^ , the bells were 
ringing for church. [of a bell. 

^.«i^.i/4u./fuA^ a. ad. at the ringing 

^>«%^u/^iu6-u'y/i^ s. bot. bell-flower. 

^ai%i^i»^iu4u/^ a. s. bell ringer, ringer. 

^iu%f.u>4<"<2t<- a. bell-fashioned, bell 
shaped. 

J^u<%^u<{>«/%^> *. pi. the bells. 

^lu'iiif.uj^.uuini^i s. steeple, bell-tower, 
belfry ; A-^iuit^^ f - , to go up on the - • 

^.u'ii.f-.a/fir.r, /rj/i vti. to adom with 
little horse-bells. 

^u/bf-ail/lii s. little bell , hand-bell; 
bot. hare-bell, blue-bell. 

^uAf-uiiilri/', if-li , J^mi^ti/' , Ir^Jt VO. 

to knead, to bake ; to adhere ; to mix 
mortar; to mix; - pt-i/nilj to butter. 

^u/r,j.[>^ s. uvula, epiglottis; chem. 
receiver. 

^u/bn-jtmu/bp s. fear, dread, apprehen- 
sion, fright, dismay. 

^iu%,f.Jt,„kir, frj/. vn. to fear, to be 
afraid of, to dread ; to doubt. 

^iJiiMf-fiuthgnt-^u/iilTir, ni-^li va. to makc 
afraid, to frighten, to terrify, to dismay. 

^•n%il,u,nii_a. timid, fearful, afraid. 

^•u'tiif-nM-uiit , njf s . dough , leaven ; 
mole ; mass, mixture ; amalgam. 

^iJitfitt-uib-p^i s. particle. 

gu/iy-f 4 • tfi"'j/ * • (>■• follower of 
Zoroaster ; manichean ; - luiiiuij. , ma- 
nicheism. 

^uiifii^iuiiT, ui^iuj vn. to hide one's 
self, to steal away, to retire; to be 
ignorant of. 

*^iu'iipi£uj^ni-uu/iihir, ni-gli vu. to hide, 
to conceal. 

^ai%f,ini-Pl'i-i s. state of a thing 
hidden, secret, concealment, hiding. 

^B.t//""«-/. «• hidden, secret; ad. se- 
cretly, clandestinely, by stealth, incog- 
nito, without being known; s. hiding- 



Slid- 1 

place, lurking-place; - [•'bk-ii^u uufpq.hi_, 
to creep, to slip, to steal stealthily. 

^u.'i.liuiui.u'i, , Muj s. stocking, hose. 

H,l/lIi[i/i s. uvula. 

gu.%j 4'. passage, transition; -u.n.'it^, 
to pass, to omit, to skip, to leaye, to 
neglect, to fail ; -ipik-u to be wanting, 
to fail; - Man%ni.i_, to flee, to run away. 

S^,i/i,j„/i,t>/; iu/7ij[> vn. to pass ; to 
surpass, to surmount, to excel ; to go 
beyond, to exceed; to escape, to leap; 
to be wanting, to fail; S. U,%«'*t,/'; - 
q^iauiuf/uji- , iftiini-p-t.uii/i!. , to grow oM; 
— qiupMMiJp, ^r«n/7>i-i/^/»7i_/?p, to be unfaith- 
ful to the husband's or marriage bed. 

^.uij/uin-ni. , u,j a. negligent, careless; 
indolent, sluggish. 

^,u'i.i]uin-ni-Pliti' s. omission, negli- 
gence, carelessness. 

i^u/iijni-juj'birir, ntj/' vu. to pass, to 
surpass ; to go beyond ; to cause to 
fail or be wanting, to make to sin ; «.i. 
^ni-gufiilsri_- , to oxccl, to cxcecd. 

^ui^u^n,-, uM^ s. blind, sightless, 
eyeless. 

"lift J", or ^/..r, tr,.,/vna. to avert, to scat- 
ter, to distract; to render useless; to 
mislead, to deceive; to pervert; [i 
ml-ini-P /u/7^4«<-^^u - , to have the spleen 
or blue-devils ; juiftunu />t.^ - , to give 
a loose to one's passions ; ^utW.i#i/p -, 
to come to one's self again, to recover 
one's self. 

^Mun-tuiruiis^ I ^tun-iuh-ni^tfii s> Wander- 
ing, error, bad conduct, perversion, 
perversity. 

^•iia-uitth^uil a. averted, scattered. 

^uin-uii/; luj a. decrepit, broken down, 
crazy. [or extremely old. 

^uiiLuidh/buJir, lu^uijvn. to be decrepit 

3^u,n.uiirn^P[ii-'b s. decrepitude, de- 
crepit age. 

^uin-iu^yii/iip s . delirium , raving , 
frenzy, dotage, madness , fanaticism, 
rage. [changed, past. 

^u,ii-ui'i,jhiui_ a . delirious , fanatic ; 

J>.«»i.u>%y4-«r, irj[, vn. to go astray ; 
to dote, to rave, to muse. 

^lun.iu'b^ni.ijuAilrir, n--y[i VU. tO tum 

aside, to mislead, to deceive ; to make 
to rave. 



76 a«.s 

^atn-ui^uiuni, a . precedout ; first , 
chief ; before, present. 

^u.n.//»2.u»«./Tpn<_/?/ii-'ir s. proposal ; 4'"j 
-p-iru/i,, show-bread. [sence of. 

^.an-.u^hu,,. , ^op fld.before, in pre- 

^.unjii^lHi a. first, chief, principal; 
-■fc or -"* ad. first, at first, at first 
sight; originally. - 

gion. /. p-uiip , [i a. inclining, that 
bends, that goes stooping ; s. slope, 
declivity, brow, side of a hill. 

^utn.[ifi s. arsenic ; *tinsel ; - 4'";/. 
•rpuiij.nj'u , realgar, red arsenic, orpi- 
ment; - nu/^t-^nfii, orpiment. 

^•u,i.[,/(,a^ s. arsenite. [senical. 

g/«n./.4mij«A , -li,.,jpi a. arsenic, ar- 

(^u/n./<^i»», s. arsenate. [^ p-iu,f,, 

^ui,L[ilin,-li s. arseniuret. 

H^in. {i 'i/ru, a. flat, level. 

^u./t/A™ s. orpiment. 

Hum. [, ili.ijp , [y s . down-hill , 
slope, declivity, descent, brow, hill; 
a. sloping, inclining, down-hill. 

HuftL [, ^k-p , /i s. steepness, acclivity, 
up-hill, ascent, steep mountain; hil- 
lock, rising ground; a. steep, hilly, up- 
hill. 

9,uin. I, ilhpuiii s. knoll, little hill, 
ascent or acclivity. 

^uinXuii-nL^tn , Jt s. satiu ; brocade. 

^uin-^iu^j D.n-.^u#£_ s. trailing gown, 
tail coat. 

^•u,n a. isolated, separate; ad. apart, 
aside; pr . except; - [> -, different, 
various; ad. diversely. [disjoined. 

^.ainia/ju/i, a. disjunctive ; separate, 

^u-inu/huiiT, uiijty vn. to be separated, 
disjoined. 

to separate, to divide, to distract, to 
scatter, to disjoin, to detach, to dry 
up, to disunite, to take to pieces, to 
disentangle, to pick. 

^iiM III is/ii flirt iniy t ^minfiir vu. to Sepa- 
rate ; to retire. 

ft.x/«f^4 , 1..4/. s. Easter ; - ^kts < the 
Passover; ^ui^ii ^iu,„lil, , paschal lamb; 

ful^-ni^tlh quiin^li . eVO. 

^uiui/iuib-uiiii,^ s. hot. Easter-daisy. 

^iuiiiIiimi^im/i, a. paschal ; iAn.nLiilri_ ^ 
^'"iinfiii.ni.piiiii , to receive the Sac- 
rament at Easter. 

^uim/iui^upuip- , „u s. holy-week, 
Passion-week. 



^ut,n'lint.,r, niMiutinj VTl . to part, to 

retire. [distinction. 

^u,,nn^9-l,Ji, , ^ii,, II n UK, s. Separation, 

^lumniJiui'iiii-ir, ni-^[i vu. to Separate; 
to divide; to distinguish, to discern: 
to consecrate, to offer. 

^u,iiincglru,i_ a. insulated, separate : 
offered: excommunicated;*, offering; 
excommunication ; -p , suburb, farm. 

^u,,„ni.jnL.m, s. insulation. 

^iiiiliflil/\ iitiruii O, ^^iMMiiilini-lP* 

%iMpu,ir,ii-f, a. violent; dense, thick; 
s. impetuosity; density. 

^uiim-aSiiuij', luijiij vn.io grow, to 
increase, to improve, to profit; -/._ 

utuuiiicii^ld-h-iMiiIy. Iri^ ^luuiubiut- , tO iU' 

crease in wisdom and stature. 

J^u/^^uiip s. bombast, i?ompous non- 
sense. 

Q^ui[ii.u,^niJlii ,<■. profit, progress. 

I4<"^^>ujnt-j/u't4 «/", "--jl' vtt . to in- 
crease, to promote. 

Uminf-nJi, a. adult, of age. 

Huipif., m-cf s. ornament, finery, em- 
bellishment, preparation, furniture, 
clothes , fringe , decoration ; dress , 
toilette ; attire ; - or -^ lrplt%lij , the 

stars; iintSbni^^a— aiMiuJiiiiifp f — Miiii^ini-1% 

to adorn one's self ; // ^i t.. /. - i^««./.^, 
to arm one's self, to fly to arms. 

^iupn.uif-lrif_a. embellished, adorned, 
beautified. 

^uipij-iuij-lip s. ornamentor, ornamen- 
tist: ornamental letter. 

^uiini-iu^pni-P [iJii s . ornamenting, 
ornamentation. 

^uijiq-ui^iou a. who speaks with po- 
liteness Or embellishments ; bragger. 

^,upq.uili(ij a. uniform in ornaments. 

^uiirq.iu%([uii, , i^iupq-ii/iip s. ornamcnt. 

i^iuinj-uiu^P a. that loves ornaments, 
that decks him or herself; dandy, 
coxcomb, coquettish. 

i^uipij-aiuliiini-p-liJii s. love of dress; 
affectation in dress ; coquettishness, 
coquetry. 

^uini^uin f l^wrrif.iurrui7ia Q . l^uliii^ , 
'\\ i£i2Cni-'2iu/lin * 

^lupn-uipk-ir, frj/. va- to adorn, to 
deck, to embellish, to fashion, to en- 
rich, to furnish, to decorate; to enliven, 
to enamel, to trim, to polish, to set off, 
to stuff ; - n^ini^.tb , to dress or tire the 
head ; -/"/' vn . to adorn or bedeck 

one S sell; Jai^lruta^i^upi^uiplraiaL^ l^ujp^^ 
ir.nt~ h'-l""i_ P"l" aiunn.nL, l^ulltitihii , ShG 



77 aar 

arose and arrayed herself in all her . 
woman's attire ; - ifirmpmif ulipiuiFuifi^ 

tt > to deck one's self in borrowed 
feathers. 

•f^mpi^tunh-iini-niuli/rif D, ^J^uiniLUinlrir* 

^uipn-iupli^n. decorator ; a. adorning. 

^uip,f.,upn,.nifr , nij s. ornament. 

^,npii.„ipniA a. ornamented , polish- 
ed, spruce, smari. [rich. 

%upn.u,ij,,uji_a. splendid, magnificent, 

^uipif-uii^iuijihir , [lit vna . to adorn 
pompously ; to be richly embellished, 
to be splendid. 

^nipii./.-p , h-p^ s. pi. ornaments. 

^lap^l, , ^lapij-lia c. receut, new ; S. 
\S,pq-l' ] -•• ad. at present, presently, 
now. 

^mpiLni^ O. l^mpi^iiipniji • 
i{u,pPl„r S. ^•upP'iini-j: 

a^uipP-funi-i/' a . awakened after a 
debauch, drowsy, heavy; iurk. inu^iTm-p. 

yl^iupP'buif^iiiJi S. Wipfff-'hiut^uiii • 
il^tupP^huihuiJ'^. \i^p[3''T,uibiuir* 

Q^inpP^ini-ir, p-triy vu. to awakc, to 
rise ; to be sensible of; - jiu'iilimpb- [• 
^%nf , - ppii.ni,a, , to Wake up with a 
start; to start out of one's sleep. 

^.upP-ni-Hii s. awaking, waking; f 
unjpP-d'ufb i,u,pliiu'iilti_, ih'i,yi_, to wake 
up, to sit up ; t ifiupP-iRili ad. wakefuUy. 

^uipP-nt^i S. U,p[3-nt^* 

^uipPni.gin'iit-ir, ni-^Ji va. to awake, 
to raise; to move, to incite, to rea- 
nimate , to sharpen , to revive ; - 
jii/bliiuph- {l-Ji'y)' to startle out of 
one's sleep; - ^#«^.» m-pm-p, to open 
one's eyes ; to comprehend, to become 
"aware of; - nu,[unpJ-uili , to make one's 
mouth water ; S. \i,/i,iipJ-ui^ . 
*y^-"pR'"-ji['i s . time of awaking , 
alarm-clock or watch, alarum. 

^wpP-ni-gli{^ S. S . ^•"pP'U'sl'h j ''• 

awakening, who awakens or arouses; 
who excites or animates. 
^,npP^ni-jnL.!fL s. the awakiug. 



a- 



T'l- 



, s. impulse, motive : pulse, 



basilic vein ; mus. time ; - p/uqil- . pul- 
sation, beating of the pulse ; S. b/""4> 

l!^uip/£nL,uib- • 

^#/#/»^i"6- S. ^uipfini-init- • 

^inpiiii/i,lr,r, ^l> va. to beat down, to 
beat, strike, to knock, to thump; - ^to._ 
%t' to beat down, to throw on the 
ground , to strike down ; - ny-ini-lu'b 



ao.r 1 

gnptTni^, to strike one's head against 
the wall ; - n^Y-.-i/jip , to breed worms 
(in the members). 

a,</^4/«>7"''' 4%7 i"*. to hit, to strike ; 

~ tra./rtii'ffp S. ^^1^ infill ! — 'liu^i-ni^i fi i\^3b , 

te collide, to strike against a rock. 

S^uj^i/ini-uilt , S^iuplini-Ui, s. percussion, 
striking, friction, knock, shock, con- 
flict, blow. 

i^uin/^/tt-uii/iilrif b. ^ujnl^mhh-ir* 

a,'"/'4"'-/»""f/* a. astonishing; fright- 
ful, horrible. 

S^iupifni-pu.liiii'ii a. dreadful ; timid. 

Quipi.ni-pu.'b^ s . pi . horror, terror, 
fright, fear, agony, trouble ; /< ^<«^4n.-_ 
pi^'iiiu^ ithztc^j • because of fear in the 
night. 

Q^iupi,n.-plri^ a . hideous , dreadful , 
formidable; horrible, execrable. 

%tir, ni^f, va. to astonish, to frighten, 
to intimidate, to afflict, to terrify, to 
shake, to scare, to fright away. 

^•"P'^iii-plr^ni-^li^ S. $,"'(ii'<'-[il^lb • 

^.up'ini.pfj; k-^uj, vn. to be frighten- 
ed , terrified , to dread, to be much 
afraid, to tremble, to be alarmed ; to 
be confounded. 

^nip^nL.[ini.Sh S. d^uJp^ni-pui'lip ; il^t-f^ 
II niup^ni-piruMh O. i^'ip'^n'-flli'^j — uittlr/t 
b. it^iup^ni-ph-nni-aiulilri* 

^•upiT, [i^ s- family, house, blood, 
race, stock, line ; nation. 

S^u,p>/hj%^ii.lr,ji^ a . charming , very 
fine, genteel. 

Sl^uiiiin.i'iiuiii.npfr , lu^ a , charming , 
admirable ; wonder-working ; -^ , s. 
miracles, wonders, prodigies. 

S,uipii'ii''iii"fnpifirir, tj[i va . to do 
admirably ; to perform miracles or 
wonders. 

^,upinJb,ui.npfrni-P[iJii s. wonderful 
action; miracle- 

^ii.pJlu'ii.aij.pyir, h^l va. to write ad- 
mirably, or wonders. 

^iiipirui'iiuiijui'ti I -qij/hlriui_a. vd SBveral 
admirable ways , very admirable , 
wonderful, surprising, excellent. 

^u,pirn/i,iu^n%ni.p-iiii, s. varlcty or 
admirable beauty, magnificence. 

^•••piruj%iuili a. admirable, astonish- 
ing, surprising, miraculous, wonder- 
ful, bewitching, incredible, extraordi- 
nary, excellent; -.p *. wonder; miracle ; 
admiration ; -^ iuiAni-i_ niif> , to be 
astonished. 



78 aup 

^uipj'iiAiit^lrpin a . admirably made, 
magnificent, charmiiig. 

Q^i„pi/hAia4pitF^, -u^umIi^ a . wonder- 
ful, surprising. 

^lupiTuAiiair, lajjuij vn. to admire, to 
wonder, to be astonished; to be en- 
raptured. 

^luni/uAuti-np b. i^uipi/iil/iir^li * 

^u.pinu'iiiiL.^li af. charming, admira- 
ble, excellent. 

^uipiTu/ii^ S. ^iiipin.'jini.mi ; wonder, 
miracle ; S. ^uipiT; juipi/:ii'iiiui_ -« , -#» 
luitfuL-tOT ^uiilujpliij i^q- — w t'"LJ to be 
astonished or amazed, to be struck 
with admiration, to wonder, to marvel; 

[i —u uih-h-^ l£pl3-h-f_2 llut^nM-^u/bh-£j tO 

astonish, to amaze ; // -«« nirpaiilrij to 
strike with amazement; npuifial! - liiu^ 
i^fb ilia JJib^..., what was my surprise 
when . . . ; — tiuMiu/ii quMillriihii^ , they 
were all amazed ; qj^^i_- Aj^^ • what is 
there astonishing in that? - ti.itis 
wonderful, strange, surprising; ^ti 
pii^ - , n^,%^ fi, - , there is nothing 
wonderful in that; no wonder, no 
marvel. 

^lupi/'iujuiiiui a . of admiration ; - 
i^i ('), a note of- (!). 

^uipiihi^niJUii s. admiration, astonish- 
ment, surprise ; enchantment, stupe- 
faction, stupor; ecstasy; wonder; f 
l«,pj\ugiru,% ilfbhi_, to be wrapped in 
wonder; /» - f-""/,. to be in raptures; 
- 4-"»n- ibu I I was struck with wonder, 
I was surprised; MjuipiTiu^un- t'''<"4<"'i - 
iibfr jnjJ- , Isaac wondered exceeding- 
ly ; niuniiuiqiui uih-uhruMi aliUM — uhrA i X 

wondered with great admiration. 

^uipd'uitfiii-giJiiUir, ni-g[i va. to asto- 
nish, to surprise, to be seized with 
admiration. [ing. 

^lupiTiuijni-gfi^a. surprising, astonish- 

yliunuini-nj^ani-auihyj*t neap VCl. tO 

mislead, to lead astray, to turn, to 
take a person out of his way. 

^lupiiiiji-iji a. misled, led astray: 
anomalous, heteroclitical ; - q-'iiiai_, gV 

[S-uiIiui/j uihl£iuIipiO, Ifiupuim^iipu'l—^aM.^ 

tiirij to seduce, to pervert. 

Q^iuprnm-iipir , k^ty vn. to be led 
astray, to lose one's way, to deviate, 
to turn aside; to lose one's self. 

^iiipiani-iini^3L s. goiug astray, wan- 
dering , deviation, digression; ast. 
anomaly ; - uiumirniuj , aberration* 

^lapou [• s. hot, germander. 



^•1,1-u,^ , u/j s. child, i5on, blood, 
infant; descendants, descent, genera- 
tion, posterity. [forth children. 
^•i>L.ujliuni.,jpit/rir, Irjl, -ua. to bring 
Sl^iu,-,„li,uuhpni.p[,^i, s. act of propa- 
gating, generation, production, [dren. 
^,«£.«»4u.ut^' o. that loves his chil- 
S,""-/^!^' ' 1'3 s. joke, jest; farce. 

^lutiipu.'i, s. saffron ; S. '^^i^nu,/: 

Jipu»<^</.4.«?# a. occupied, busy. 

^pi/.,^,„%^ s. intrigue, affair, traific ; 
occupation ; eTagation , distraction ; 
motion ; care- ' 

^p.u:„l.uiiti> a. intriguing, that meddles 
with many intrigues ; fond of play or 
trifles (child). 

va. to intrigue ; to occupy, to amuse; to 
distract, to busy. 

tojbe occupied or busy, employed in 
doing something ; to intrigue, to be 
embarrassed, to meddle ; to be distrac- 
ted or agitated. 

2p""i4"'" . S/-«"'z.""' "■ very occupied, 
busy, engaged. 

Jip/uz/no/s/iii , ^piMiifni-Uii s. occupa- 
tion; distraction. 

^fLouuiltutil, uruiijt t l^fLotluJ/tnt/', umuj O. 

JJpoiAo.-j"; to take some relaxation, 
to unbend one's mind. 

UpoiiuM.p^ s. diversion, relaxation, 
refreshment,recreation, pastime, sport, 
amusement, toy ; occupation, distrac- 
tion, care; pleasure; trouble, agitation, 
flutter of spirit ; water, torrent, the 
ebb and flow ; - S-n^t. , waves, fluc- 
tuation, storm; -£p»»5 , watering places, 
well watered pleasure -grounds or gar- 
dens,lake scenery; ~ puipiu/i,^, irrigated 
uplands; - ^nilimu^, pleasant valleys; 
- '"^i«j , proud or haughty glance. 

^pouiaal^p a. that loves amusement or 
pleasures. [or pleasure. 

^ii.ouii,u[,pai_pJ, s. love of diversions 

il^potiutant^qujlilrir, ^pauls-jjnt^nmjilril' S. 

^p.ou'iini-ir, qpou-y vTi. to divert one's 
self, to make merry, to relax one's 
self, to unbend one's mind, to take 
some diversion, to recreate one's self; 
to play, to amuse one's self; to refresh 
one's self; - {tHnaiij jiaijoij-,,), to be 
dissipated, to get heedless. 



79 a*fu. 

^fioiini.i/Ls. diversion, sport, pas time- 

y>,pouni-jjuAlrif, ni-gli VU. tO diVBrt, tO 

recreate, to make joyful, to relax. 

a. entertaining, amusing, diverting. 

Hii.„j^,iu(^i, ad. sensibly; sensually; 
materially; openly. 

^t-iig. a. sensible, perceptible, pal- 
pable ; -p , the senses ; intellectual 
faculties ; /»%^ -</ „i^ni.i_, to abandon 
one's self to passions ; - ad, really, 
truly. 

to be infected ; to fly into a passion : 
to clothe, or to dress one's self. 

I)'/..£.Sr„t.,7/. s. infection ; s-ensibility : 
act of dressing. 

^•j-uiii', uijl, vna. to feel, to be sensible 
of, to hear, to have a glimpse of, to 
learn, to know; to scent; -j,;n.u,2u,j.njii, 



to foresee ; u/iiJipi 



[uhluij , 



to come to one's senses, to recover 
one's wits. [ly- 

9.fy"'p"'P ad. sensibly^ intellectual- 

Ht-'^f'Ji/l'p/i a. that has lost all sen- 
sation or sentiment, insensible. 

S,i-'yi/iu/b a. sensitive; sensible; 
sensual; discreet, vigilant; -^ , the 
sensible things; the beasts, brutes ; the 
senses. 

il<i.,^f,„^ui'iin,.p-l,L.% s. sensuality ; sen- 
sation ; sensibility. [te. 

S.fyjialil'j ili'T'l'if vn. to eompassiona- 

Q^i-iyiuu/ku ad. sensibly. 

D^>fiyu,ui^l, a. sensual, carnal. 

*^^u;iuja[,pni-[3-l,i^, s. sonsuality. 

^ii-.ujuipia'i, , i/.j s. the five senses or 
wits, senses, sensorium, seat of sense ; 
a. sensible; - lrpliu,^l,mujli or i,,nikih,ug , 
the eyes; — ^uibTCiu^jy , Juitu^ , lii/uiamfr^ , 
iiatellect, mind, understanding; - «^//./. , 
the heart. [intellective. 

!lj.,ufu,i-ni> a . sensible ; rational , 

^fiyp' a. sensitive ; sensible. 

^j.,yiii.p[i--'ii s . sensation ; sense ; 
reason, understanding; ^ - 'j^"7.. to 
recover, to recover one's senses; /Aq. 
-pirmiip. lu'liliu.'liku to come under the 
senses ; to stand to reason ; - ian.'i,lri_, 
,nu,i_, p.lrp!ri_ft -, to iuform, to advise ; 
- ,i,ii.%ni-u [i -p-fru,"!, ipiirij to pBrceive, 
to be sensible of ; -:p , the senses. 

3f^.«/ntA a. sensitive, that has the 
faculty of feeling; lively, brisk; witty, 
intelligent, judicious ; -^ , the senses. 

3f <«;n«A«//;io'i' a. sensual, carnal. 
25 



^■j-iya. , [ij s. belch, eructation, ris- 
ing (of the stomach). 

to eruct, to belch; to vomit, to throw 
up ; to blow, to fetch one's breath ; - 

p-h.u't,, to soil, to dirty, to daub one's 
self, to cast one's self in the mire. 

S?-"//"-"'-/^/"-^ ' '^•fr'yn.ni-'Jh S. bclch, 

eructation; vomiting; eruption; - .«^_ 
iu,iiiri_, to eruct, to belch. 

^•fiuiiu, , /y a. vigilant, discreet; 
clever, alert ; sober, moderate ; wise, 
prudent; honest; - u.nihi_, to warn, 
to admonish ; to apprize of, to give 
notice ; - ip,hi_, to perceive. 

y!.tf.ui„uiui%iM„r, uitfuij vn. to awake, to 
come to one's senses; to repent, to 
reflect; to restrain one's self; to cor- 
rect, to disabuse, to undeceive one's 
self, to recover one's wits. 

i^j.usa,„u,ulr[i a. sober, honest, mo- 
derate; philosopher. 

St^""'/"'""/'^"'-/^/"-*' *• sobriety; phi- 
losophy. 

il^1-ujiimu,jni_jjui'i,frir , "«-j/> VO. . to 

awake, to lead back, to recall, to 
correct, to undeceive, to disabuse, to 
put out of conceit, to teach wisdom. 

^■/.uiuuin^p^liL^, s. recovery of senses, 
return to sense, amendment; wisdom, 
prudence; sobriety, chastity; watch- 
fulness, watching; -P^lruiJi- ad. soberly; 
- /' lilciitlinn-pu , abstemiousness ; - .^_ 
inu.i/, readiness of wit, presence of 
mmd ; tf-imuiiuii^, q^uij^ b - < to recover 
one's self, or one's wits, to come to 
one's self again ; to be cured (of) , 
weaned (from) ; uiith/^l - S. i^^-"'""""- 



30 a'M 

well, with taste ; iTiupJliii - , to incar- 
nate, to take on himself human nature; 

- iiu,fiif.aii,nt-p[it^M , to clothe one's self 
with justice ; to do good works ; Mpmn-a 
hi. K^u/in/ii. -, to clothe one's self with 
glory and honour; ^pm-P-lic^ -, to 
clothe one's self with strength, to 
gather strength ; - nuiiuuililrp m-pni^ , 
to assume the appearance of another 
person, to resemble. 

Q^i-hum , ni-3 , ^_3 s. dress, robe, gar- 
ment, clothes; - jopl'ttl^L. "«-''% > to 
dress, to make a dress for one ; - uiJl/o^ 
opfruij , every day clothes ; - ^••ipuui_ 
"Ilk uitf , wedding garb ; - lUjpnt-P-kulu , 
widow's weeds; uhiui- -^ , dress coat; 
vniiiiutt^huiliu/i, - , regimentals ; i,uiuui^ 
piMii^uijj -««^ , in plain or private clothes; 

- lut-uitjuAlfi,, baptismal grace; 6 i"«.u»/u»_ ' 
litu'b -, towel, napkin; -"•"/»*», boot, 
shoe ; Jlrp^ [• -m-^ , undressed, disrob- 
ed, naked; q.u,pu/i, -m-jj , clothes- 
press ; S. ^u/li^lrp^ , S,lri- , ^luuiJhijfMu'b, 

W.pkir, etc. [manteau. 

y?-t</.#i«»4ui£^. l s. clothes-peg; port- 
Q^j.huu,ujuiiu[inip a. clothed, dressed; 

as a dress, that serves to clothe one's 

self with; surrounded, covered with 

a dress. 

I^P , ujipu,^ a . loving to 



S.Rj 



[vice. 



Q^H-ui^n^Oh s. sensation, feeling; ad- 

ii,f"3'"-g'"'i'tJ', "t-gli va. to warn, to 
advise, to notify, to instruct, to inform, 
to announce. 

^■j-lr'i.jf a. wearable. 
' ^ti'^'ite *• P^- clothes, garments. 

^ff-tfeni../', q-tjiui vna. to clothe, to 
dress one's self, to put on one's 
back , to put on , to wear , to put 
on clothes ; - '^.nl.^kp.i u^nj , to put 
on mourning ; - '^.u'l.q.kpi,, n.-p,ulu,i^_ 
p-L-u/i,, to put on garments of glad- 
ness;, lyi IJjt-^^jl' "^C tfl-lrtllli I^MiiliUin^ t 

man shall not put on the garments of 
woman ; putp^n^ •i^h%„i. , he dresses 



ifinuju. 



array one's self in finery. 

S,kainuji,l,pni-(3-[it-% J. loVO Of fine 

clothes, of dressing showily, dandyism. 

nnt^aittliklF [5. ^n-k-ant-auAiktl'' 

\frt.hilifiutL.npliiI'i pk-ntui O. l^r^k'Jini.i/'* 

^ii-k.„„[,ii s. bad dress ; little coat, 
small garment. 

*i^1.h,„'i,kir, htif, va. to fling down, to 
throw on the ground, to beat down, 
to overturn ; .jj.kui'biruj^ ^u/ ^.tti f, 
Jl,2i u/i,^, the devil had thrown him in 
the midst. 

^i.kjn,.p^l,^b, S,i-hjni-SL s. dressing 
or robing one's se\i ; iihipUiin/ if^k-^inuJp, 
clothing himself in flesh. 

^•{.tjjni-ju/i.k-ir, ni-j[, va. to clothe, to 
dress, to put a dress on any one; to 
furnish with clothes, to adorn ; tpt 

jniL-j/u/iii^ , if God SO clothe the grass of 
the field. 

li^i-jntj^^a. that robes or dresses. 

^n-ifttj" ^/Ai.0.^ ITU. to inebriate, to 



get tipsy; to fly to the head as wine 
does. 

^^i,Ma,r, iM,j[, vn. to walk, to take a 
walk, a turn, to walk out ; - // #f»^ 
•'•"'^'t-iuj , /. pnt.pu,u,„ia%[, , to walk upon 
the roofs, in the garden;- c%7- t^^p 
b-nili.u'/j , to wander along the sea shore. 

iitV^_^ ?5•"•-^^J n . sly , circumspect, 
considerate, guarded, wary; sure, safe, 
secure ; - ^At^, ^.„^ g . ^f„c^,/i,„„r- 

~ ^OT ' place of safety. 

%f.ni.^upu,fi ad . silly , cautiously , 
prudently. 

S,t'"-i^"l-^P' a. very or more circum- 
spect , very strict , rigorous ; more 
sure ; — larLi/li^^^ qij^i^[iu/t lir/^#/y4//» /' 
uii/p^ni-P-t-iiAjj "iin^u, , you shall cause 
the children of Israel to avoid their 
uncleanness. 

^^n,-^„ll, a. hurtful, to be abstained 
from or avoided; important, imposing, 
considerable; cautious, circumspect; 
certain, secure, sure. 

S,i-"'-zs"i a. that renders cautious; 
that announces, warns. 

S^ni.£u>4/«^, a. hurtful; to be avoided; 
S. S,f a i-2i" '-"[•] sober, moderate; - 
l[l/iiqi,„l_, iihu/iip, ascetic life. 

y^nt.2u.4/»/t.«j a. cautious, circum- 
spect; smart, open-eyed. 

9i,t'"-i±"'i""ir, •utjuij vn. to take care, 
to provide one's self, to watch, to su- 
perintend, to look after, to be cautious, 
to defend one's self, to mistrust ; to 
evade, to fly, to keep, to stand out of 
the way; to manage with economy ; to 
abate, to secure one's self, to observe, 
to parry, to consider, to reserve to 
one's self, to act up to one's dignity, 
to retain ; - ."i^p# , to take care of 
one's self, to be on one's guard; -jui_ 
it-"i2_; to await the future ; - •^u,e,iri_, - 

[i lihpuilin^ , to fast ; to diet ; - qnmu /»«-_ 

pnt-^ [• •liiiiiinl, , to put in irons, to lay 
by the heels; - /. ^u,„.iuj, to get out 
of the way. 

2f"«-^f"j"t '^- cautious, wary, cir- 
cumspect, prudent ; n^ - , inconside- 
rate, unwary, negligent. 

caution ; to forewarn, to preserve ; - 
Hp.tpu.'ii lii-[- , to guard one's tongue, to 
keep the tongue between the teeth. 



81 9.\sM 

Ji?-"'-if"j"'-j/'i a. preservative. 

iKt"'-zi"'-"p • '"a a- provident, circum- 
spect, considerate; exact, just, punc- 
tual, scrupulous ; sly, politic; sober, 
moderate ; wary, mature. 

y.?-"'-£*-""- ad. with circumspection, 
slily ; strictly, punctually. 

V^t"'-i^'U"h'"'' n. that conserves or 
keeps in safe custody. 

. S.t'"-z^'-P^["-'i' s. sliness, precaution, 
circumspection, consideration, guard, 
watch, attention, measure, constraint, 
preservation, management, heed, ad- 
monition, defence; discretion ; exacti- 
tude, accuracy, punctuality; foresight; 
reserve; diet; sobriety; ^'i-A-^/- -Rt , 
to heed, to assure; ^■it^S-zj^//,,-, to set 
a bar to the sea, to put a dyke ; - m,/y_, 
to~ prohibit, to forbid; - /. Iihpuilipn^ , 
diet, regime; j-n-Lui^umlr,. - .foresight; 
- hifhiui^iiriu ifnp tiiy'ii luniiiujf,, hc havlug 
divined his thoughts; -p-lr,uirp. ad. §• 

9.1-p'f-irir, irjj[, vu. to provoke, to 
incite, to excite, to irritate, to incense- 

^Xti'f^l"''' %'«7 vn. to grow angry, 
to become incensed, provoked, exas- 
perated, to chafe at. 

^•l-o%, /ly a. wise, learned, skilful ; 
sober, discreet, prudent; tame, fami- 
liar, gentle. 

yi^q.o'lMiiip.utpni , ^if.o'lliuJliiil a . gOOd , 

well-behaved, peaceful, quiet, affable, 
courteous. [to grow familiar. 

^if-o'iiu/tiiuMr, •utjuii vn. to become wise; 

*^f.,!i„ujn>-ijui'i.irj; ni-tjli va.io Tcndor 
wise ; to tame, to subdue, to humanize. 

^f.o'i.ni-P^l.ti, s. wisdom, maturity, 
good sense, good jiTdgment; mildness, 
gentleness, benignity, affability; -, 
'yi'c.e -P-k , the Book of AVisdom and 
the . Proverbs of Solomon ; ulit^pt' 
-p-huhi Irplilii-i S^"""* . the fear of 
the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. 

^iru,^, s. damage, loss, prejudice; - 
lun^.y-fj to damage, to injure. 

^t-iu/iiirj; qirii, vn. to go out, to free 
one's self, to set one's self at liberty. 

gt/», etc. S. a*^.£^' etc. 

Ji/f4 s. advice, news. 

^Irlin--ju,'blrj; nt-jf Va. to Wam, to 

announce, to declare , to notify, to 
learn, to instruct, to inform ; - lfu%^ 
(uiuL. , to foretell. 

^fe^otj^^ a. s. declarative ; declarer; 
alg. arith. exponent, index. 



S.hX i 

^tr^m-i/ni-ill s. declaration, notifica- 
tion, warning, advice. 

^ir,i,./i,[„r, -ity vn. to flock together, 
to abound, to overabound, to flow, to 
inundate, to overflow, to purge, to run 
over, to gush out; to diffuse itself, to 
spread itself; to rush upon one, to 
assault ; S. ^fryni-iA 

JJa-^/u , /y a. intemperate, lewd, 
debauched, luxurious, dissolute, spoil- 
ed ; slippery, lubricous, incons-tant, 
voluble; frail, weak; -^ ti a*u/'fcu,<;^,«^4.p 
"hnpiu , his ways are dissolute. 

^ir,i[„uj<i.npitn.^p-l,^'bs. licentiousness, 
luxury, wantonness. 

^l^,Ju„.itj a. brimful, heaped up, 
overloaded. 

^h-ifluui'ii^ s. pi. habitual debauch. 
^Lijuuiukp a. debauched, le^rA. 
^biiluhJ-, tj/. , ^h-ih^lJ-, Ir^u., vn. to 

abandon one's self to luxury, excess, 
debauch, to be dissolute ; to be intem- 
perate, licentious, prodigal, extrava- 
gant; - Jj f-l!i--n2j to drink hard, to 
gormandize ; /uim irnin/tn.-P-ir.a'i.'b pu/_ 

i[jutMt iTn I- i^b- f gluts' tju/ii r^ Inn iliMtpJni^q , they 

ran greedily after the error of Balaam 
for reward. 

3^lriif,n^l3-[,iJi , S,l^,ilunL.!/u s. intempe- 
rance, orgies, debauch, luxury, excess, 
extravagance, extremity, depravation, 
lust, licentiousness. 

^ti/Jt, f,^ a. dissolute, incontinent, 
free, wanton, debauched; spoiled; 
careless, neglected, indolent, sluggish ; 
s. negligence, carelessne.ss , inatten- 
tion ; ad . negligently. 

^t-,lp^tui.n[,ft a. destroying, injurious; 
badly done, wicked. [perverse. 

S./r-ip^iuifu.t.u^^ (I. corrupted, spoiled, 

b-hijnL.iiu/hhJ', n,.tjl. vci. to Spoil, to ruiii ; 
to abuse, to deceive, to delude, to 
seduce, to beguile; to rob, to steal, to 

ravish ; tfhi^hrtr an.ututuii-nnu i^nIi%ltL.a ) , 

to corrupt judges. 
^k,^ufi,l,j; i,..,} , 9,ir,,h[..r. fr.„, or 

irhjuif vn. to be spoiled, ruined; to be 
abused, corrupted ; to make a bad use 
of, to misuse;- li^u,u%nt.p^LujJ\^i , to 
abuse one's power. 

^ir.jP^dinn^pJ, s. montal aberration, 
madness, folly. 

^t.ifrn,.pi,Li, s. corruption, deprava- 
tion, debauchery ; disorder. 



82 ubir 

^h^ip-nL-juAik^ a. fallacious, deceif- 
ful. 

Q^/riiau,uir s. plenty, abundance, 
^t-,inM-i/; up va. to shed, to pour out, 
to spill ; to fill up ; - ««-'/% , ( jn^ ) 
il^M,p,f.u,uilr„!nijp-lii^:b , to proach re- 
dundantly, to be verbose; p.uinn,^,r 
iruiup qyiilT,ui_ i,frnn,-i_, to laugh immo- 
derately ; iflriini-l^ ifUniluit- ifuiJI/liuji'li 

u,jp.„[„'L , the people crowded around 
him. 

^Irtini-J', tr-uy Vn. S. HIt'IuAIiiT; - 

/.A^/,t./?A-/»</p , to be filled with joy; - 
6-n^£. , to be at the flood ; - ^//i^ /i 
jnu-^nj , to slip one's memory, to for- 
get ;- ^n./iu/ZJi r to embrace, to clasp 
to one's bosom; ifh^uji. ujipm "impui, 
his heart swelled with emotion, over- 
flowed, outpoured itself. 

^y,inL.m, s. afiiuence , abundance , 
exuberance ; breaking out, overflow- 
ing, defluxion; shedding, effusion; jet, 
eruption; - [u'i'ri.m.p^k-u/ii , transport, 
rapture; - ^npC,,u^ , fullness or abun- 
dance of grace ; - «//im/i , overflowing, 
outpouring , effusion , largeness of 
heart ; - ^,,,u.^u/j , overiBowing or inun- 
dation. 

J^i/jrnt'Si a. heaped, brimful, redun- 
dant ; [S-utP-uiniii^M f ^utnKrni^i tt- — » 

pressed down, shaken together and 
running over. 

^k-ifni-^u/hlTJ', m-^fr VU. tO heap, tO 

overflow. 

^ir.li.uli.u'i, a. elliptical. 

R^'iJrj; k-^p va. to restrain, to re- 
trench , to contract; to throw into 
the shade, to eclipse, to darken, to ob- 
scure, to cloud; ccwj. to discount, to cash. 

^triiini^Uh s. ellipsis; com. discount; 
- u,ii%lrij to discount bills. 

Rfr'fiL. i^i^b s. regret, compunction, 
penitence; remorse; a. repentant, 
contrite; - ip'ki_ tHmu^ ncpn--^ , to 
scruple; to have qualms of conscience, 
to be smitten with remorse ; - it'iilri_ 

nt-tJh^ , — tuiM^iu^iJi^ txtlil(tuti[ii Im Jfjinu t 
I'l^b ni^ih^ M^J^ , [i — ^U'lj '^ujpfiii/jtft^t ft — 
utinutyut-ui'liniit i^tui. — phij^ijftfrft tO rC- 

pent, to afflict one's conscience; /■ - 
iiitlru ~ p.lr[,iri_, to oauso to ropont, to 
reform ; npuiftuf,' - liu-igf, ^Jt^, how we 
shall repent ! 

to place in safety. 



abs 185 

_ ftti/frf^tiTyM, to have pity or compas- 
sion ; to free from danger. 

Rt^» , ^lr'b,^^„pitn..p^l,^r. S. g»4 , etc. 
^t/biuh-nj, [,j a. sacrificed, immolated. 

^Wti.u^aip a, hurtful, pernicious. 

^lAiuAl.ir, •jiib.y vnp. to be sacrificed 
or immolated. 

^^%<i>^/u>% , mj s. shambles, slaughter- 
house ; altar ; the Cross, the Holy 
Eood. 

^kilrin^P[.Ji, S. ^-.4. 

iJfrir^/. , £t,uj s. victim, that is ready 
to be sacrificed; immolation. 

^//iini-ir, %l, va. to slaughter, to kill ; 
to immolate, to sacrifice. 

S^ir'hnUiii s . act of slaughtering ; 
victim, sacrifice. 

^kn-iiiini.[3^l,Ljb s. tossing, tide, ebb 
and flow. 

Jit«.,u.r, i"j/> or ""j-^y vn. to creep ; 
to swarm; to crawl; - b,i.u,i_, to burn, 
to be fervid; - j>u%lini-P-lriu,rp , to burn 
with concupiscence; jiui/ti«</'fc nhn^m^ 

np tjhn.iiijgyh [• i/fcyruy t^^^/i , frOm all 

creeping things that creep upon the 
esrth. 

^lrn^mliu!b o. Creeping. 

J^tnint-^'un. to boil, to bubble up; 
to be inflamed, to be on fire. 

^h-n-ni-ilL s. crawling, creeping^ 

^iftnt.*/, n^ing s. roptilc. Creeping 
animal; acquatic insects; a. creeping, 
crawling. 

S^i-uni-ptu s. arabian wolf, hyena. 

Ukuilr^ s. place, spot ; a. placed, ar- 
ranged; assured, firm; - u,n^„i.i_, to 
place one's self, to put one's self, to 
stop, to stand still, to halt. 

^k-int-riu/iiiuj', ui^iuj vu- to bo placod, 
established. 

^IrtntriitriPt k-Qh t ii^frtrth-ftfrani-qia'irfi-l/'f 

»t.j/. va. to place, to deposit, to put, to 
establish, to dispose, to plant, to in- 
stall, to procure a situation or place 
for. 

^/rmt-fJuT, nt^ii'y vn. to place one's 
self, to install or settle or establish 
one's self; to find a situation, to ob- 
tain or find a place 



iltl,lr,a.rad. triennially, three years, 
Ji*"/'/* Pf- as, the same as, as well 
as, like. 

gfr/riy a. exempt, frank, free ; safe, 
sure; *. deliverance, safety; - luii^.t^u 
S. ^hpif,juh,r\ - ii,„i^, ij/hbi^ to be se- 
cure from, sheltered from, exempt 



liiu^ni.ij,u'i,hu to shelter, to se- 



from : 

cure, to screen; to exempt, to free, 

to dispense from. 

j^A-^,6u,it</', tty va. to take away, to 
carry off ; to detach ; to strip , to 
despoil, to rob. 

vn. to be freed, delivered, to escape, 
to make one's escape, to disengage 
one's self, to save one's self, to run 
away, to detach one's self ; to slip off, 
to slide away ; - jiuiuniipiL.p^l,Ji, , to be 
cured; - /» fuun-iupi^ {• ujn , to pass 
from darkness to light ;- j"»i/n^iA/y , 
to be widowed , deprived of one's 
husband. 

^li-pirnc-j; &[, va. to dispossess, to 
strip, to carry away; to snatch, to 
deprave, to -ravish, to pull off; - wn. to 
free one's self, to get rid of, to have 
ricourse to, to escape to, to take re- 
fuge. 

gt^.6^/7i.aa s. deliverance, liberation, 
freedom ; stripping off, spoihng, dive- 
sting; - i-il'j , decease, death. 

^hpfrncjiu'iihiT, gl va. to deliver, to 



uniSii s. placing, settlement, installa- 
tion; disposition, arrangement, order- 
ing. 



free, to save, to undo, to disengage, 
to liberate, to preserve, to get out ; 
- /i </;u4n<_ •i/ujpuitaiji , to reprieve from 
capital punishment, from death. 

S>,k-[iirni-^[,^a. s. deliverer, rescuer. 
*^t._«y s. square; - t-plfiuPl, , iron 
knee. 

^tt.u s. Jupiter ; S. [i,iiatj}a^ . 

^hi^l.i-n., JJt^^.i.n nu , [ig s. zcphyr; 
.^uji^pui*nihi^~~ , the gentle —%\i^ilitjpiup 
-, refreshing breeze; S. "^^-fi. 

2^'"-'"*;^ s.fl. oppression, vexation, 
vexatious measures; nausea, disgust, 
aversion, loathing, rising of the sto- 
mach; horror, detestation, abomina- 
tion, [detestable, hateful. 

Sjoi-fr^f a. disgusting, abominable, 

g^/K-ti/", Ir^J, vn. to disgust, to vex, 
to persecute, to importune ; to revile, 
to abuse, to outrage. 

^qnt-jtiT, i.t-3"ii vn. to be disgusted, 



tired, to hate, to abhor, to abominate, 
to detest. 

^4% , ^•%ni.j or ^j s. arm, ■weapon ; 
armament, armour, munition, harness ; 
4/A -% , woman, female;- A-t. iiutpii-, 
armour, arming; - [i ikn.l!h, in arms; 
armed, arms in the hands ; i/lHini. qo_ 
^/7i./?t.«,/p , with arras ; by main 
strength ; -« kff^u ^^ carry, to bear 

arms ; /» — ^im/, nii^uMjiuiJ, n.uirLiita/, 

•Jiun.[,i_, to fly to arms, to buckle on 
one's armour, to take up arms, to arm 
one's self; - <«/ii<7j_£^ ^^^^/^^.r, to bear 
arms against; [, - ,^£//i_t£_, to put under 
arms ; /. pu.j p^n,/r,L.i_ ^-,/ , to lay down 
one's arms ; 4^.,«./;«'?» ii'tinj -u , license 
to shoot ; 4^,«p,»^/ -^ ( 4^,„^4^i^ ) , fire 
arms, guns, muskets, rifles ; 4..»f«/,t. -^ 
(./n«_uA-^/ uot/A), side arms, weapons, 
cutting, edge ; ^-«n.i-.«^ /, - in- [, nuipij. , 
armed from head to foot ; ™«.««^/.'iv ^,„^,<j 
^/i,...-y , one's first passage in arms ; 
Myp ii.%nu, man at arms; ,„q^ kbi'P' b 
i,l,u,i,ufi„i.u ,ip,„L.jj , a nation inured to 
war; /- -! f -! to arms! - /. -Ihp] - 
ju,n.u,2_\ - [, il-yp I carry, present, 
ground arms ! //aJ^r [, - I ready ! - ^«»_ 
ikp • - •""-k^ . - /' Jikn.u \ support arms ! 
uiMiuhiu/iiiri^tljflin,-^ , to put to the sword; 

a truce; uuii,ir,n'i,_^ ^m^u^-j -i [•i_phu,'ii^, 

the arms of the brave decide the 
limits of their power. 

S.k'i'i^'likj a. that abandons, throws 
away his arms, fugitive; - •{•u.luaMny,,,/ 
■iiiiuu to throw down one's arms and 
flee ; - ^ii^, to lay down one's arms , 
to unarm, to surrender; - u,,ii,k-u to 
unarm, to disarm. 

gt*cM4j"'-/?/"-'*' ■'• disarming. 

^k'iii<iiu,l,p a. splendidly armed, well 
mailed; - J-n,in,lhi_, to riunite well- 
armed troops or persons. 

li^liifpLtut^, ii^'^/'//', ^^'fcj^izif/', l^iriiif.tti% 

B. S'^p'"?,' 6tc. 

^i4.W//.^.r, A-j/f va. to throw, to 
thrust, to cast far from one ; to drive 
away, to remove ; - qiuiToP- , to throw 
off all sense of shame, to become im- 
modest. 

^ conj. for, because, in order that, 
to the end that; that; ^/Z" ad. what? 
what thing? why? for what reason ? 
^i"i/ ["fti. .pn , what do you want, or 



84 Q,Vh 

what do you want of me ? ^i* k qb , 
what is the motive for which? why? 
what is it ? why then ? qlJ^J^ ^/. ju,[,Itlj,u. 
Irlibp •y'T' bow happens it that you 
are returned before sun-down ? .^ t^ 
if^njP- 1 , what does it matter to you ? 
y/r 4- nfiq-hiuli , what do you want my 
son? qll'int. how! how much! qp «.?/_ 
q-ni-P hu , how cruel you are! ^li p.iup[, 
liu,,r,il' ^uiftrfni-^, how good and how 
pleasant! 

9,b"'ct "''■ how, of what sort, in what 
manner, according to; what? how? 
why? for what reason? int. how! how 
much! - n.J-ni-mp\,% k\ how difficult it 
is!-i, j-'fc s. condition, quality, how, 
the why, the Avherefore ; q-lnnti^ ^t, 
lu.n/bu.pil, , to know the why and the 
wherefore of every thing. 

^f u.pq.lrap ad. what ? how? what is 
it? - <Iltm^n«% /r/^frt.? what has hap- 
pened to Peter? [pleasure. 

3,b"'("t-"'-"ii^"' '"'• ^^ one's will or 

^^.^>. s. hammer-headed shark. 

HbL^- WHS. first string; treble voice, 
soprano. 

9.b'i^s. regret, grief; - l^ /.W, I re- 
gret, I repent ; - 'Jyb- k l^-^ , I bitterly 
reproach myself, I am very sorry; S. 

S/' ''/' ' Sf •'I- '■pp'^ cony', lest, for 
fear that, that never. 

g/,>yu,y.n^d- , u/y s. armourer. 

*jJl,'iiui,f.npitni.p^lii^ s. trade of making 
arms; arming, armament. 



a/'i 



IMUJIJ-IU. 



f—t"-p 



a/A. 



'n.MittT.uinwJt-ltii ' S . 

■i.%lr^, to make a 
a. armed. 



armistice, truce ; 
truce. 

s,b'''""is"p^ • a/'*""??-^ 

invested, furnished with arms; - [p-lri_, 

to arm one's self, to take, to bear arms. 

^^uiifMupulij; trjuij vn. to arm one's 

self, to put on arms. 



a/A. 



,^h 



s. a/*' 



iqtunn. • 



\i^yhutqrj^huui[itr fe. iiJ/liMMiqitirin.hir* 

il[Au,/,ju,q^ s. fencer; S. a/A<»/"mY<»«-^ 
/?/.<-%; - wn^iirij to fence ; nL.uiw€.j[,^-[, , 
fencing-master; •Tuipqu.piu'i, -[, , fencing- 
school. 

^lfiiMuluii,,inL.ppi^i s. fencing. 

^[H'wlibp • ir'"s *• ^1^^* carries arms ; 
squire; soldier, swordsman; officer. 

S,b'^"'ib3 "■ companion (in arms), 
fellow-soldier, comrade. 

^f/bui^pni-Plit^, $ . the carrying of 
arms, armament. 



^liiuilijliT, tju/y vn. to fight together, 
to accompany in battle. 

^[Auifijfni-Pl.iJi s. accompanying in 
war; alliance. 

i^[!iiiii^uii/i!.u,i,jirun_il-'ji[,ir, to arm a- 
gainst, to rebel. [ness. 

il[,'iii„'i,„P a. struck by love, or sad- 

S.l't'-u'i'i'cliir, hjMj vn. to be wounded 
with a weapon. 

S,p'""fi"[fn[ili a. armed combatant. 

Q,l!%iiiiniip,„„,^[3-[,Ji, s. armed warfare. 

^[fiiu/itnjj , ,„j s. arsenal, magazine 
of arms. [S. 3/.'//™/./....^, etc. 

Q^piMn^upJ- , [rj/ a. that fences, fencer; 

^[^i,auiiA,u,ku,'iip s. sheath, scabbard. 

^l^,,„,.ihiii s. corporal. 

^[.'i,iu4u,2k',un. , u,^ s. armourer ; - 4/""_ 
_ju»V//y , gunsmith ; - upui-jlfiini.^ , sword- 
cutler. 

Q,piiMiii>ku,ji 0. avoiding, abhorring 
war, desirinn' peace at all price- 

^l!t,u,,-n[, , etc. S. ^[/iiii^ni, , etc. 

Ji/Auij.,u,^ a. gathering the arms of 
the fallen. 

J^/AA-./", A-j/f va. to arm, to provide 
with arms, to man, to equip; to provide 
with, to fortify. 

J^/.%/.//', t-j-y vn. to arm one's self, 
to take up arms, to oppose ; to provide 
one's self with. 

^^^•/j, [• s. zinc. 

^[,'bni.ni, , lu!) s. militia-man, warrior, 
soldier;,/'P^<fe<-t-' in a military manner; 
- unuliiuliui':! , private or common sol- 
foot-soldier ; 44-. 



dier; 4t«.i-<_u»4 

ithui,-, horse-soldier, [like a soldier. 

^[!i,nu.niii!,p.,up ad. in a military way, 

y^!t,nt-npu.ifpn,-P-liiii 5. conscriptiou, 
enlistment; /,^/^^»«.i.«.r- , enlisting. 

^p.nt-niiiiliuiti a. military, soldierly, 
soldier-like; s. soldier; - uipni.hu,„ , 
tactics. 

^l^,n..npuililj s. fellow-soldier; -f- 
[,j; my comrades, my brothers inarms. 

^[^•nt-nfiu/iiu-ir, '"j'^y vn. to be a sol- 
dier, to turn soldier. 

^[fiint-npufiin^ s. barracks. 

^lliint-npujuil^u ad. in a military 
manner. [militant. 

^fbni-nplruil_ Irlihiitrgl, , thO ollUrch 
^Ji!ini^nnh-ir, A'j/»» pfj/hnt-nphuni-^ujlilrirf 

ni-q[i va. to enlist, to maintain soldiers ; 

to exercise in the art of war; to arm. 

^[•ini-nplnr, k^uij vp. to tako up arms, 

to fly to arms, to arm one's self ; to 



815 aha 

oppose ; to take up the profession of 

arms ; « 'ip Irp^h-^ ^iltni^npli^^ jii-pnil^ 

p-„^uilio^ , who goeth a warfare any 
time at his own charges ? ip f.n^ jli^ 

ttnt^tipjialiu unuou atf-h-itk-nhb alilint-npnt-^ 

/S/ztii , that thou by them mightest 
war a good warfare. 

^!hnL.npnL.p-li,^, s. militia, arms, pro- 
fession of war; army; armament; tac- 
tics ; soldiership; iruiu/blrij 'tcl'Ll' ~' *" 

enlist ; — ^ph^nutlliuij , i^li^iupP^Mnj t 

u/b,rujpilhnLi , choir, or host of angels. 

9d''''t. *■ «■ ^^° "^ which ? what ? ad. 
how? why? pr. ad. that, which, what; 

— lilrpItanL^ , /[tuiF — utpfinnt^ , llMiiU — 

nt^aa"^-^ • what ye shall eat, or what 
ye shall drink, what ye shall put on ; - 
y,- l.jk . whatever, whichever; - h /*<J ? 
what does it matter? - li-Jl^'i what do 
you like? - [u'u^pk.^ ? what are you 
seeking ? - ,u,iiu^u,t^ ? why ? for what 
cause? --opl^i.iili'i in what manner? 
- .uul.jh'i.'i what will they say? - p-ij 

what ? - p,^,un:iilTi_kp fr«- Iru n^,up,upjt ? 

what is that which I ought to have 
done and have not done ? - «/«/<« ? 
what ? what then ? 

^p,i_k'''< kp'< kn'-Hy s. nature, sub- 
stance, state of a thing. 

^["i.^^.lP'i,^ a. s. how ? what can 
it be ? how can it be ? 

^irii^Mikii' a. futile, vain,' frivolous; 
ad. capriciously. [how? 

9.l^'ij-d'"l' «.what? in v;hat manner? 

J>/Ai"//'"44*'arf. capriciously,conceit- 

edly. 

9j>i>:_^'ib"'"'-Pl"^' s. caprice, -whim, 
freak, humour, fantasy ; /> liunni ufii^l^' 
-p^truj"!. phplu to follow one's own 
caprice or fancy; p^n,in--i_iin^ [< k""'" 
u/i,Ap, -piriJu, to leave one to his 
ways or caprices. 

^l,9.„1.njb a. lower, sunk. 

^I2^\u,'i, a. mild, humble, conde- 
scending, complaisant. 

one's self, to'rolent, to grow tranquil, 
to yield, to cool, to comply; to acqui- 
esce, to listen, to condescend, to con- 
nive; to become extinct; - jum-ui^lfii 
^,^,upRn,-PI/i,k'i' , to lose one's cheer- 
fulness ; - ju^iy.^'i.u , to be moved by 
entreaties, to acquiesce in, to comply 
with, to yield to ; fbti^'i'kp muiliun- trp_ 

Puyp ^"«-^A t-t- P-n^./u/livyp jk-plipk i the 

waters returned from off the earth 



continually ; ^£^ti- y/#/» f /^npu t^ ^^/i , 
yet slialt thou be brought down unto 
the nether parts of the earth. 

g/'i^nt_/3^/n5/ , ^/.^/,t.a£ s. calmness, 
tranquillity; subsiding; condescension, 
connivance, deference; indulgence. 

Qjiliii-ijui'iiiriS', niJtj{i va. to calm ; to 
cool; to extinguish ; - ^_p <««. [• i/y".i<_ 
/^,i„i.piiiJi, , to soften, to render com- 
passionate. 

^[iiiu, , ifiiinlij s. thigh; haunch; - 
iik'iiif.iJtihiu^ , leg; - iiiuJii2p , stern; - 
>««<-«!_, keel of a ship. 

^fipu.ptj; pl„rvna. to raise a tumult 
or disturbance ; - ti<u,iu/hq. , to divulge, 
to publish. 

9,1'c'i «• destitute, deprived; - [p,hi_, 
•i-uiiii'iiliu to be -. 

Rl"-i""lt''' /^rP-i^ij •ti'u'ij to kill one's 
self, to put one's self to death. 

^£.ui««/", ui^ty va. to deny, to retract, 
to refuse, to deprive, to retain. 

%^-^r>il_ a. that denies, refuses ; un- 
grateful. 

jjnM_m, s. denial ; recantation, refusal ; 
wrong. 

^//tit s. medlar; medlar-tree'. 

^ffirta^ip s. pi. chagrin, grief, vexa- 
tion, crabbedness. 

^iltt.r, tj/. vrt. to embitter, to afflict, 
to torment ; S. Q,lit^[,.r. 

^litflrjini_yuAtj;„i_j[,va. to displeasc, 
to vex, to trouble, to offend, to chag- 
rin ; to nettle, to sting, to peck at ; 

q^h-L-jjni-^lii^ ht- h-u ^h-i^ pujtilit-^ , I Will 

sting you with my words. 

S^S-A-jntj/.^a. sharp, biting, piquant; 

- p"'V ' biting words, sarcasm. 
R'l^M'' *.3'?/ VII. to be vexed, grieved, 

concerned, moved, soured, exasperat- 
ed; - ^/A^n^, to intoxicate, to get 
drunk. 

S.'//'!' pr. after, since ; behind, back, 
backward; ad. after, since, then, af- 
terwards, hereafter, underneath, be- 
hind, one after another, next to, sub- 
sequently; S/""//'"''*'"" lltuju,^ fUli.^'-u^ 

liuiin,^lit^;i, - \!Ti,nM.,uuujj , Traj au was 
emperor after Nerva ; - Jl,Jhu/i,j , ,,///. 
.ytwAj 4%/, , Ji, .[Jlini l[bl, , one after the 
other, subsequently, blow upon blow; 

- kp/^ni^j ,„,naj , two years ago ; - "^ 
f:u/^ni-</' ,ai.n^pj , somo days after ; - 
"•";«• , at length ; ^plm umiF,, uiJ' ijuij/. 



80 



H^a 



-, during three successive years; t_ 
h'y.p ~ /"''• follo'w me ; «;» ^Jt^ 4V' "i. 
^2P ' ■^i'o i^ not of us ; Mfij-ni-nii, ^^t^^- 
/»_^ , to shut the door behind or after 
one; J[i ^iJliy It'll' k3'""L; o*i6 tied to 
another; linked; k-- np t'''i.- lynptk' 
k,, np -, and so on, &c. etc. ; - p^»»<-. ' 
p^tr,,!!,.!, suitable or according to the 
nature, natural, like nature; - ?./«y_, 

^'/,<«^, lrpP,ai_, i^,[9-.u'iiu,i_ - , to follow ; 

- ■Mfl.ij-l'i^, ,r„„u%iru i^'trt., to pursue, to 
follow up, to hunt, to persecute; - ]••„_ 
-"I'hu *o ^'^ allured; to be carried 
away; irnini,l,^- l.ipu,,nnt- , to be swayed 
by bad advice; - liMmHu^ l"-e"3 '"^f=i_ 
H^.p , to make the slave of one's will. 

^li'i.lin , iJfilrujj s. that which follows, 
following, posterity, future, hereafter; 
ad. afterwards. 

^4i-.«pr. ad. after, then, since ; with, 
together ; - ujn-u,plru to send for ; - 
p.hi,hi_. to add, to subjoin; - ^-/</_, to 
follow, to come after; to result; to 
depend; ifinu/^ hpPiii]_-, - ii'2b[j to 
follow, to go after ; to imitate ; - hpPtui_ 
•f.ii.ufu.plinL.phuM'i,, to love idleness; - 

lufn^tul^yit ni^lrf^^ , "l^'^l'Lj 4l"pblj tO 

run after, to pursue, to overtake, to 
follow, to persecute, to be at the 
heels, to give chase; ln-p-u^u/ii^ii-p - 
JjtJku/ii^, one near the other, close to ; 

— if/iih-MyCutJtiutMitup^tMfa at^prti-^ f te lollow 
tracks; ^"»_j o^mn-uj^ - </t^, we have 
brought no bread with us ; >^ j^y 
4tm, one after the other, a little at a 
time, by degrees; ^p - tit-ui^tu, 
who is he whom thou pursuest? 

S^^lr.i.k-pPia'ii^ s. pi. consequences ; 
accessories. 

Q^ih.ni^pfJ-ni-P^i.'i, s. the following. 

RvL- l ^- cornelian cherry, cornel; 
cornel tree. 

Ji.^u.^./.i a. plaintive ; penitent. 

^i/piiJ', uir/f) , ^il^'huiiT, uiguj Vn. to 

repent; to be sorry, to regret, to com- 
plain, to acknowledge one's fault. 

^.j^itul.pm a. tender, affected, plain- 
tive, moaning. [grieved. 

g,^,«jtu/^ a . repentant, contrite, 

^,i2'ujni,^>u'bh,r, nL-jp vtt. to mate 
repent, to affect, to move. 

9.<ii"--P-l''^ I S.'iBp'-^ s. compunction, 
repentance, contrition; penitence; ^ 



- ff'ni_, p ,i,/2!fh/i' Jfi'irij to repent ; f - 
^uffk-ij to make repent. 

^^ui'b.auiuipii.yh ad. bj waj of, by 
tbe way, on the way. 

^iFiiijituliuiU D. ^'f'';fi^3"^^l'i_* 

^iruijiiy^nL-g,u%iT,r, nci/li vo. to charm, 
to please extremely, to fill with rap- 
ture, to enchant, to put in extasy; to 
satiate, to satisfy, to sate. 

J>//;«l^.-j/,«_3/.^ a. charming, surpris- 
ing ; enchanting-. 

9,'rmiiliir, Irjiy vti- to bo charmed, 
delighted; to enjoy; to take one's fill 
of, to glut one's self with, to be satia- 
ted, glutted, to be intoxicated, enrap- 
tured. 

^•ru-iini-P-lii, , ^,r,i,jinu.m. s- satiety; 
delight, transport, rapture ; witchery, 
enchantment. 

^•riituifj, anguish, afiiiction, anxiety, 
trouble, tribulation, consternation; 
whimsy, wild fancy, phantom. 

^•rfLuiqliir, Itsju.j vn. to torment one's 
self, to toss about, to tumble and 
toss. 

S^irpp^ir. S^if(-[iir, t-jmj vn. to grow 
torpid, stiff, numb, to be benumbed, 
dulled; to lose one's senses, to be 
stunned ; to feel giddy. 

^ithjfb, /i . u»«- s. pen-knife. 

Q,Jlfad. why? 

S^ir,ii.n.u , qjl'iLunj , unif_S' myrrh. 

^•fn.ujii.irf , ^•rn^iiMip.hf, a. produciug 
myrrh. 

^J'n.ia'biair, ui^uj/ vu. to be perfumed 
with myrrh. 

^J'ni,lr'b[, s. myrrh tree. 

Q^rniiliu. s. emery. 

^irn-uaiibp , -[bs a. full of myrrh. 

^JU.uhu,i_ a . mixed with myrrh ; 
embalmed. 

^Jk.ut-,r, tj/i va. to mix or fill with 
myrrh; to embalm. 

Q^,rn.uni.aii s. embalming. 

Q^ir,nu,M. uiirhj; «i&-/i va. to think, to 
regard, to consider; S. IT/""- 

Q^j'miui-uih-ni.p-t'^' *• thought. Con- 
sideration, reflection, meditation. 



9.-n-h 



n^ a. emerald, made 



of emerald. 

S^ilpni-fiin , pp'uin/ ov in[i s . emerald. 
g*r^<Hi/', w^l va. to spare, to save, to 



87 mi 

be careful ; vn. to tremble, to shiver ; 
to throb, to palpitate. 

^iij-u/ii , [i s. prison ; mu»^ [• - , uipii.lr_ 
in,_i_-uii., to put in -1 to throw into a 
dungeon; S. puA... . 

3yi,f.,ujn^HL s. care, sparing ; heart' 
breaking, grief. 

Si^'l'tj , iii^'y s. observation, examina- 
tion; spectacle, view; /» - l'i^''ii'i_< •''"•"•- 
i]ri_, liiui^, to, visit, to go to see ; to look 
at, to observe, to examine ; /. - •f-u,i_, 
to come within view, to be observed. 

^hl.um a. low, lower. [ing. 

Qlr,/^i^,lolt,n.!/i, s. zinking or galvaniz- 

S,^i/i.u,„ s. zincate. 

S^V/na([,^f, a. S. ^•'btrib; observing, 
examiner. 

^>A/o^,«,?i s. judgment hall; court of 
justice, tribunal. 

girifc^ a. visible, tangible, palpable. 

^i%k,i', ty/, va. to look at, to ob- 
serve, to stare at, to aim at, to con- 
template; to examine, to study, to 
discuss ; to remark, to clear up, to re- 
cognize ; to visit ; to feel, to touch. 

^"j-l^s. observer; examiner. 

^"jini-PliiA, QiAni-iii, s. observation, 
speculation, theory; visit. [sunk. 

^u,„u,^np, a. lower or very low, 

^iiuu,ui%[i,r, ^lumfiii; uiiaj vu. to settle, 
to grow calm, to relent. 

S^iumm-^iJbkJ', ni.j[, VU. tO WCigh 

down, to cause to sink; to depress, 
to calm. 

^«4 , fj s. victim, sacrifice, immola- 
tion, host ; - mguilit^, holocaust ; - 
Jhtinnt-^utti/ri^, to mako 3, sacrlfice ; 

- iunAhi_{qi^,_ft) , to kill. 

^«4u.^o^s- , «#3 s. that immolates, 
sacrificer. 

^n^ui^^pirni-PliLii s . immolatioH , 
sacrifice. 

^n^ui/juA S. "Xjitt-lipia^uA . [rifices. 
^n'^.^lilrp a. eating the flesh of sac- 
^n^,uiruiu<n/j a. sacrificing. [fleer. 
^ni,,MiuiMi,au s. assistant to the sacri- 
^n^aimnJb s. hoatheu temple. 

^ni,u/iing , ^n'iu,puM% , utg S. altar of 

sacrifice ; vase of immolation. 



a„4. 



tnutn 



s. a-4" 



in.nna 



S^^n^uii^np , lu^ a. immolated, sacri- 

20 



ficed ; sacrificial. 



^u^lruii_u. sacrificed, immolated; s- 
things oifered to idols, flesh of the 
victims. [rifice. 

Q^n^triT, hgf, va. to immolate, to sac- 
ft"4/'i«. sacrificer, immolator. 
, ^n^n..:ih s. immolation, act of immo- 
lating, sacrifice. 

Q^nj; y s. draw-bridge. 

9,yt< ^<-tl'3 a. even; conjoined, 
united, equal, alike, similar; ad. level, 
without odds, equally; close to ; con- 
jointly, with, together ; s. pair, couple; 
-^ , -p //^nj , balance; a coach and 
two or four ; - ufnif^.u'iin^iai , nape of the 
neck; - Jp ty«.ij, a yoke of oxen or 
bullocks ; -^ /.^oy , a couple of asses; 
~p l^iu^uMt-nL-j t utittpiCu/builiuttn brace 
of partridges, of pistols; - ^ l,o^i,u^, 
a pair of boots; -, - ^i^, directly, 
forthwith, as soon ; - [^i^ p.u/i,pb hifkc , 
no sooner said than done; -« -„, in 
pairs, by twos, two and two. 

^nj.j.u/itni.'i, a. gr. synonymous ; equi- 
vocal; S. ^ainiAnJii. 

^7nh'i''"yl''' «■ God-like, divine. 

V^n/n •"""•""• > "y *• aid-de-camp. 

S"^.' ^'•^nmk.r, etc. S. go^, etc. 

^au,u,j , [, , fit- s. hyssop ; holy-water 
sprinkler, asperges-brush. 

S^n-La. fresh, cold; *. cool, freshness. 

St.n-U'jli.u'i, a. fresh; refreshing. 

Sl^n^uir.up.qa, a.chilly, sensible to cold. 

^^ntlui'iiujiT, iujiuj vn. to cool, to grow 
cool, to become cool. 

^„.lu,p,^P a . refreshing , cooling , 
refrigerative ; ^ . refreshment. 

^■••iyjncl3-[,^i, s. refrigeration. 

S"^"j""* s. refreshment. 

^^•l,„ji,i.ju/i./rir, n,_jl, va. to refresh; 
to give freshness ; to refrigerate. 

Q,nqn,i_ or 9,"--"'l_< tug , 9,'«ll"U"lll'3 *• 

companion, fellow, comrade, mate; 
school-fellow,fellow-student;associate, 
partaker; accomplice, party, abettor, 
follower. 

^,iqn,in^p-[,ii, s. company, society ; 
correspondence, intelligence ; partici- 
pation. 

Q^niin^p-liji, ^.coolness, freshness, 
refreshment, refrigeration ; /. -p^ku.'i, 
hptrlinil, , in the cool of the evening. 

S"/" oplfiiiuii conj. for example, as ; 
ad. as well as, as, how. 



88 anh 

g»<-u>^<u( , «#j s. bullock, steer; ox; 
bull ; ast. Taurus, the Bull. 

^nt^utpiafiutqtiini-P-liJi, s. immolatioH 
of bullocks or steers. 

^nt-iupiuliiaifilui^s. chimera partaking 
of the bull and the elephant. [stall. 

\^nM-uinutl^uitpuMl£ , ^na-Utputi^ui^ S. OX- 

3«..u»^/* a.joyful, cheerful, smiling; 
gay, sprightly, lively, merry ; serene, 
clear. 

^n,.u,p[3-ia,f.k-,i_ a . blithesome, smil- 
ing, cheerful ; - iriA/b^n^p-fiJi, , joyful 
youth. 

2'"-<"/»/?""ff*' S. 2"'-"'/'/*; arf. joyful- 
ly, gaily ; - ti m^ "unpu, ^ tfi't-y > his 
eyes are merry with wine. 

' ^ai^uipPiufriuiilili a. smiling, florid, 
young, graceful; - 4u>uu<4, sprightly 
youth, youthfulness ; - «/iA4»i73-/iii , 
infancy, childhood, the prime of life, 
best time of life ; - .»^ip , gray-beard. 

^ni-uipP-iu/ipj a. rejoicing together; 
- il^ilrtj to congratulate, to share one's 
joy, happiness or satisfaction; - «»«., 
iiy , to make a sharer in one's joy. 

^ni,u.pP-uii,i,jhu,ga. of gentle aspect, 
mild looking, laughing, joyous, happy. 

^ni-u,p[3uiTC-u-2Cu,'!,^ a. bright, shining 
splendidly, fulgid. 

^„,-u,pP-u,Jliin a. sweet or good-tem- 
pered, gay, sprightly; joyful, merry. 

^ni^uipl^ uiJ'tnnL.p^li^, S . gOOd hU- 

mour, joyfulness, gaiety; generosity, 
benignity. 

^nM-utpfS-urtiiuiTt Muniuj VTl. to bO joy- 

ful, to rejoice, to be diverted; to 
rouse one's self, to give one's self up 
to gaiety; fig. to shine, to enlighten, 
to cheer up, to be kindled ; to be 
vigilant, sober, to watch ; - ^ ft'^'-y , 
to be seasoned with wine ; ^•-•apP-,a_ 
j*'"Y. t •tl'i"-y > tipsy ; S. S-/*»/' i t"«-«'p- 



[3^., 



"It" 



his heart was 



merry,expanded, dilated; qni.,upp-a,gufi, 
hph„^'unpui^\% countenance brighten- 
ed up ; - i,pni , to relight, to rekindle. 

Qni^uipP-ui^P a. malignant, crafty, 
cunning. 

^••L.u,pPuin.uMin a. generous, liberal ; 
- mnt.^ , liberality. 

^n,-uipPuimlr,i[ii_ a. of fiuB aspcct, 
pretty, beautiful, handsome; - T-t'/p. 
l-pt-iip , cheerful countenance, serene 
aspect. 



anu 189 

^nt^utpP-uipuip a. jesting, that makes 
merry, diverting; that give's joy, j oyful. 

^ai-iMipP-uirfnt..tfU»tihd't "tw^/f Vii. to dl- 

vert, to exhilarate ; to drive away me- 
lancholy, to enliven, to animate, to 
revive; - qJli.nu, to cheer, to soothe 
the spirit; - ^jfuhjiu, to delight the ears, 
to please, to solace. 

^itt-uMpP-lrphti a . blithe , smiling, 
graceful, cheerful , laughing, pleasant 
looking ; shameless, bold. 

^n^jMipiS-ni-P-liii, s. gaiety, joy, good 
humour; activity, vigilance. 

^nt-uipPn^i , p-%n^ u. Sprightly, HvB- 
ly, vigilant; .s. angel. 

joyously, merrily- 

^in-iupTCapu/ij a. facetious, pleasant, 
joker, comic fellow; jocose, wacrgish, 
droll. [jest. 

S!,nt.iopTi'u,pu,1iii:j; k-gl, vn. to joke, to 

^m-iupTCuMpiu'iint-P-'^ s. facetiousness, 
pleasantry, jest, facetious saying. 

^ni.,up-!C,upnju a . grecu, flourishiug, 
covered with leaves. 

Q^nt-uMpiCuib, -ilg a. pleasing, recrea. 
tive, delectable, delicious, diverting, 
mild, agreeable; jocose, merry, plea- 
sant, jovial, smiling; -p, pleasures, 
enjoyments of this world. 

^ni-mpiCuiliiuini, a. mixod with joy. 

yt^na-uipTCutpiou S. pt^at-iupausputli ; — £p_ 

tilru to amuse, to joke, to tell stories; 
"IIP —, an amusing fellow; story-teller. 

f^fii^iup'^tiip'ount./p-pt-^t D • iJ^tM-utpTifii^ 
pu/bni-l3-hL^i • 

yi^nt-UMpTxutl^u/ii o. ^nt^nip'auim • 
^ni^iupTitMil^pti o. J4'"~"'/'/^""JrJ * 

^m-uMpTCuiiufiii a. sweet-throated. 

^ncuipTCiu'iiuMij, a. pleasing, enjoya- 
ble, fo be enjoyed; S. ^ni^uipTCuiji . 

^ni.iupTdu'iimtr, uigiuj vti. to onjoy, to 
rejoice, to delight in any thing, to be 
delighted, to amuse one's self, to be 
diverted, to play ; to laugh, to jest, to 
divert one's self; fig. to flourish; - 
upml- , to rejoice one's heart, to solace ; 

- ^i^ntriij to be delighted with beauty; 

- [ippki- n^uifuipl, , to flourish like an 
herb ; jnt.io^x'uyi-BY. '"{hp . grey hairs, 
hoariness. 

^nt^ujpAtMMltp {5. yfnt^tupAnM-[a-pt-ii • 

^ni.aip-ifuipm'h s. abodc of happiuess. 

^ni^uipTCui^nu-Hh s. rejoiciug, happi- 
ness, delight; flourishing anew, grow- 
ing green again. 



^aM-uip'Zi'iuqaL.uiulUirtPr '"-^^ VUt tO r6- 

joice, to recreate, to delight, to divert, 
to drive away melancholy, to amuse, 
to give pleasure. 

^ni-mp-iCnt-P-liii s. joy, enjoymont, 
rejoicing, pleasure, deliciousness, de- 
light, diversion, cheerfulness; con- 
tentment , complaisance , pleasure , 
pleasantry; amusement, recreation, 
pastime ; gaiety , frolicsomeness ; - 
uit-i/i^y , amenity. 

S.'n-i-iupM^i a. unanimous, with ono 
opinion or voice. 

S^ai.^ajp.u^i/rj; A-j/» vti. to agree, to 
be of one mind. [tion. 

^.Ti^^uip,iAni-PT s. analogy, propor- 

Q^n,.i.,M<^iuili a. that lives or dwells 
together, neighbouring, adjacent. 

Q^,„.l.,uii.l!ri a. of equal price. 

a"«-f-«"/-<7*» a. equal, companion ; ad. 
equally. 

^ni-if.,ui.npi)- a. that works or labours 
together, that does tho same thing. 

^ai-ifjiifiiiulrir, /rjjfi va. to Taugo to- 
gether, to put in the same class. 

^ai^if-uiif^lip a. combined; phys. coef- 
ficient, [compose. 

Q^nL-i-ui^plrir, h-jft va. to combine ; to 

3,ni-fu,q.pni.(3-lii.'ii s . combination ; 
composition, conjunction. 

S^nL^iiiquAnr.,fJ^[,Ji> f. equidifferonce. 

S,nL.ii.,i,qop a. phys. isodynamic. 

^nt^q.u,p-lit. a. even ; equal, alike ; of 
the same number ; consubstantial. 

a'"-7-"»/?'"-i-'/". frj/' va. to relate, to 
join together. 

^n,-,].,u[u,iiqiuj a. that stirs together, 
that walks with another. 

^ni.if.u,luuMn% a. combined, mixed- 

^ni^ifjaliiiuiLiiirir , tri/li vtt . to mix 
together, to compose, to allay- 

^m-ij-uj^uinini-P-fit:!, s . Combination, 
mixture, medley, miscellany; -, -%niJfu 
phys. inflection. 

^o'-f^u'/'/^'T-/'/' s. competitor. 

'^nujf.uMl.inuinp a. phys. divergent. 

Q^nt-fuib-^pu/i'li a. clothed with the 
same purple, that has the same dignity. 

Q^ai-ii.uil[u/ti a. even, alike, equal; *. 
counterpart. 

^ni-n.uiltiu'i.ni-PlitX s. likeness, equa- 
lity; equivalent. 

^nL.i-aiiiu3p^irj; Irgji vu. to put in 
order, to dispose ; to put ifito verse. 



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^•.f-iulilrpui a. chem. isomorphous." 

Sj,L.q.ii,f^t-l,u{ni..p-^i.'i, s. chem. isomor- 
phisin. 

S««-^«i/4/.^ a. alike, partaking. 

S^nc^ujjil.j a. alike, equal, same ; s. 
spouse (man or woman). 

S{nt-nu,li^.n. a. equivalent, equipol- 
lent; just, equal; s. equilibrium; com- 
pensation. ' 

9ni.^u,Iii,,.lrj; tj[, va. to reduce to 
an equilibrium, to render equivalent ; 
to equal, to compare ; to counterba- 
lance, to make up for, to counterveil. 

S,/r'-'i-u,^n,iifb a. equilateral. 

gnt-Y-ui^poi a. of tbe«same religion. 

^/ji_Yu<4s*"'^' ^'jt ^'^- to jo™ together. 

^/.t-yuy^jo^Y- ''• participant ; equal. 

^ni.^u,li^ni-Pf s. participation, equa- 
lity; coupling, matob, union. 

Q^n,^^,ai,u,li a. phys. at an equal level. 

gn£_^«/4«/;^ a. of tbe same paternity, 
that has the same quality as the father. 

g>i<-i^u.4u/</u.( a. of equal age ; of the 
same height. 

^n,^,ai,iui.u/i, a. unanimous. 

^n<-^o/4ui.-™uu/^ a. equal, just, equi- 
valent ; alike, same. 

^/7._,5f«u4mi.ujp/><_ai, s. assemblage. 

g#7t.^«/4t/t,u^^6- , ^6-/. s . parallelo- 
gram ; - •lopnL.p-h.uhg , - of forces ; - 
joq.uii-np , parallel joint. 

^nt-n.u^lrn-ialiui'ii (i. .?. parallel. 

^#7«-;f«.<t«.,u4,/A«t/?// s. parellelism. 

got.^u/4fe/t/.in5v s. parallelepiped. 

^ai-ii.tui,lru, ad. together, contiguous. 

^ni-ti-uiAuii'i, a. correspondent, equal, 
unanimous; joining in accord; ad. of 
one accord; -^</riu^//.^, to come to terms, 
to agree, to be of one mind ; mus. to be 
in tune. 

^nt-tf-uiiiupiyj; tj// va. mus. to form 
an accord, to put in tune, to make 
harmony ; -/"/* vn. to agree with, to 
correspond; mus. te sing in concert. 

^ni-ij-uiiu-fbni-p-l- s . correspondence, 
union, equality, concord; unison, sym- 
phony ; mus. accompaniment, [(lines). 

Qni^ij-iuAdhnii^ll^i a. phys. isocheimal 

^n,.q.,uiru,'iiu,^ a. mecli. isochronal. 

^n,-H.u,,r,JiuulinM-ld-'[, s. meeh. isochro- 
nism, uniformity of vibration, [(lines). 

gn^i; .uz/m/ti.^z/.i a. phys. isotheral 

^ai--i.ui,rm„% a. participant. 

^^n^q.u„ru,u'bi.-ii; irjl, Va. to Impaft, to 
make partake of. 



^nt-^uiXxiiAinM^p-lifLi, s. participation ; 
chem. isomeria. 

2n«-^i»J£yr<J a. phys. convergent. 

^nt-i-iMiiiupinMiphir, trjfli va. to acco- 
modate, to adjust, [to join. 

^nt.^uAu/i/', Mitjiy vn. to be united, 

^ni^if-u/blilit^ a. isogonous. 

j^nc-i-ui^uip s- gr. syllable. 

^m-fiuiuii^ltq^ a. that holds the same 
course, companion on the road. 

^nL.^ui^^pP-% a. of the same tongue 
or language. [symmetrical. 

Q^i-,iui^iip a. of the same measure, 

9,ni-ii.iii^o,/ini-[3-[it^, s. exact propor- 
tion, symmetry. 

^#7<-^iuo;uyi/</j«-i7t/?^tSr s. the same dig- 
nity, participation in the same dignity. 

Qnt-ifiiJiMiuiiruitijlri/', /r^[, va. to recslve 
or rank in the same company, to as- 
sociate. 

the same company or circle. 

Q^m-tf-Muuiiiipni^l, s. the same company, 
participation in the same company, 

$lj„.^,uiiik:a ad. equally, alike, like- 
wise. 

S_nc,i.a,£t-pira. phys. isothermal. 

Q^n^ii-iuuu,ni_uiit fj. oqual to God ; (the 
Man-Godj- 

Q^ai^if-tuilu/b^ a. gr. parisyllabic. 

^n^^ui,lh-[iuili S. aSt. S. Ci-f^niJffi. 

^ni-q.u,u,nt^i a. ast. in the same con- 
stellation, [together. 
^ni_^£ir«7o^#ti/', £-j^ va. to celebrate 
3^n,^q.ujj ad. together, conjoiijtly ; - 
%aint-i_, to sit beside, contiguous; — , 
by twos, two and two, in pairs. 

^ni^q-un-nplrir, t-^[, va. tO jolU tOgO- 

ther, to couple, to pair, to match, to 
tie or put two by two, to unite, to 
join ; to liken, to compare; to marry, 
to join in wedlock. 

Sj"-f""-npni.i3-[,t.% s . conjunction , 
union ; coition, embrace ; parity, equa- 
lity ; the equinox; relation, connexion; 
union , match , marriage ; t^£,jA^{ - 
•i-uipbujiinj ifiiif. ui^u/i. , happy union of 
spring and autumn. 

^#7i.iif.,,i^.ui,„^ a. of the same measure, 
equal, equivalent. 

lP[,^u , math, to sum up; - ,j4t^,„4„t^„ , 
to season, to ilavour ; - ;^.im..,,i„« , to 
make basket-work; - inp/^-]- u-j/uio^4, 
to join in wedlock. 



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S^nL.f.fiii(3-iuiiuj% lu^uif vn. to concur ; 
to coincide. 

S^at^lJhp-uij u. that runs together, 
that accompanies, concomitant; - ^f^ 
pn^p-fiLii, concurrent. 

%n,-,f.lfbp-uMtjuiliu,'ii a. ast. synodical; 
- ^i'£Mai!.t-pnt.l3-[,i-^, , synodic revolution. 

S/"-i-i<i>p-uijni-P-[itA s . concourse , 
concomitance, accompanying; coinci- 
dence; coexistence. 

S>,'ii^^[,j; lrj,ui vn. to couple, to join 
together, to be united; to pair, to 
yoke, to match; to be connected with, 
in correspondence, in communication, 
to have friendly intercourse. 

J*nt.^./lryu ad. in like manner, likewise, 
equally, as much ; twice, double. 

^ni-^»^^ , f s. geom. parabola. 

^n^tf-npif-uiliiuh a. parabolic. 

2r»i_i5f.n^^ui.it«. a. s. paraboloid. 

S.'iL-^nt.p-'f s. conjunction, coupling; 
equality, likeness; union, concord, 
agreement; coupling, pairing; con- 
junction, union, wedlock; communi- 
cation , intercourse ; i^h"- ~p-iriu% p.f.-_ 
P^L (c^'t "^•fkp) . to be like, to resenf- 
ble, to seem like. 

Q^nt-^opt-iy a. equinoctial. 

^ni.,}.opni.piiiA s. the equinox. 

^n,-l.p,uli , «#3 s. hot. origanum, wild 
marjoram. 

^n.-i,„jp[>ir, lrj,.y vu. to Splay, to fall 
headlong, to dislocate or sprain the 
shoulder, to put the shoulder out of 
joint; S. \;pP^uj,r. 

Q,ni-li s. udder; -, -f S. Mmm^i, 
1].»^><.^«>;(, Ct/»; ^np -[i , storax; -[• 
JikP- . liquid storax. 

^n^uMMi a. close, narrow; subdued; 

- trt- ah-nh- ft iFul p q-tlig/lll^ ^uilrt^)^ fllS" 

tant, far from, isolated. 

^ni-,n, ifmn^ fl. purc, rcfincd, clean. 

^ni,p a- vain, useless, futile, triiling, 
frivolous ; - . ^ - , fA^ - > - m-pt-Sii ad. 
vainly, in vain, uselessly, invalidly, 
unjustly; - «m;7£»A[p,unavailing regrets; 

- ^Mi/ii , u.'iioif.ni.tn Huiumuili , labour lost ; 

- Pioulri_[qnt.Jhi^h) t to calumuiate, to 

impute , to accuse; f - T<tfi'iri_, to 
labour in vain. 

^n,{,u,j; ui^u-i or ui^p vn. to tremble, 
to shudder, to shake, to quiver, to take 



I MfU. 

fright, to be scared, startled; to be 
uneasy, alarmed, to concern one's self; 
--1' SC"'"!! ' *o shiver with cold. 

^npiu'ii^, ft sf. mother-in-law, mother 
of the wife. 

IJ^itittttuTit^t/', taqittt , v^f^nftil't ^ijifl VU. 

to be exasperated, irritated, to put 
one's self in a passion, to take offence, 
to resent, to be vexed, to bear malice; 
to grieve, to complain, to lament. 

^tui[tnM.p-ftci, s. disgust, aversion, 
dislike. 

S,ft-Mi/1 Q.'t-'r'^tff, tfjjft vn. to bray. 

J^n>/j/.ti, -fnt-ilh s. braying of an ass. 

y^^iiuitulttaf^ t tuu S. Spring; — iM^utpnt-^ 

liiMiJtiri., spiral -• 

^uiMitt/ituiliiLi-ttp a . with a spring ; - 
lu'iilintjlfb , spring-mattress. 

^utiit-t/; k-^ft va. to bind, to tie close, 
to press; to subdue, to hold, to hinder; 
to draw, to draw again. 

S^tiiiapia'it s. refinery. 

Q^,nlr>r, t-jft va. to clear, to cleanse, 
to fine, to refine ; to clarify, to filter, 
to purify ; to rectify ; to revive. 

^././/^ s. refiner ; a . depurative ; - 
ulii^iiali chem. refiner, beater. 

Q^,nniiiu^,u% a. cleansing. 

^utni-PfiiJi , ^,„nt.mt s. cleaning, fin- 
ing, refining, purification ; filtration. 

^jtuipu/ii a. that speaks uselessly or 
unjustly; «. everlasting or great talker, 
chatterer; accuser. 

g^ujpuAt/r, A-j// vn. to speak useless- 
ly or unjustly, to talk nonsense ; to 
calumniate. 

^piup-u/bnt-P-ftJii s. useless discourse, 
idle talk, nonsensical stuff; calumny. 

^piuif-tiiut a. that judges uselessly ; 
false, untrue ; ad. falsely, wrongfully. 



fptutt-tr^uill, 



lltifb a . 



that belongs to 
Zoroaster. , [vain, inquisitive. 

S^pu.f.t'iitl.ftp a. that seeks uselessly; 

Q^p,M,lunpi,,tt-p,l. a. that thinks useless- 
ly, vain, foolish. 

^pinfuou, etc. S. S[f""f"^'« etc. 

9,p"''i . R/""4# . 4/'a *• cuirass ; cors- 
let ; coat of mail, small coat of mail ; 
breast-plate. [esquire. 

Q^liui^iup.a,pi s. knight's attendant, 

S^ptu^uiil-ttpir , i«3 s. cuirass-maker. 

S^pui^iMt^t-iitii a . armed with a cui- 
rass, cuirassier. 

^ptu^u/j,^ s. heap, mass, pile. 

Qpui^uiiJiiutn t —titan,, —t-ttp s. ftrmeu 
with a cuirass, cuirassier. 



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^uii,ui,-n[,lij', Irjufi vn . to arm 
one's self with a cuirass. 

3;f»"4fr^*-'t a- that flows, inundates 
uselessly or unjustly. 

^pa.^lrj; tj/. vn. to cuirass, to arm 
with a cuirass ; -[nT S. ^.[•"•^"••-"ct''' 

to run or seek uselessly. 

gp<u4t./..«4'"'*' «• vain, useless, false 

^uiuiu/iitr , -u(u,i,it a. vainglorious 
proud, boastful, braggart. 

Q^pu,i,Jt, a. vain, labouring in vain 
fatiguing uselessly ; - il!hlri_, to labour 
in vain, to work without result, to 
make a hole in the water , to make 
ropes of sand, to miscarry ; - ^uumuili , 
laijour lost. 

^(luiilsiwi'-k a- that labours in vain. 

^p.»«- s. limit, end ; - iun%hi_, to end , 
to finish ; - uinXh/jii/i,,,,^ ( nM-pm^ ) , to 
exterminate, to extirpate ; - J/iils-ij to 
end, to be bounded. 

2f/«.i,.«//i<4 ip-I^J' vn • to die , to 
cease to live, to be killed. 

^fi-ut-t//", ir^f, va. to terminate, to 
finish ; - f lii/i„u^ , to kill, to take away 
life, to put to death, to slay, to cut 
the thread of one's days; -/I./" tin. to 
put an end to, to end, to come to a 
conclusion, to draw to an end; - [• 
^lr%jujqrj/u , jiuuin^ujju , to depart thls 
life, to die. 

Sji.ui-t-jni.^iiAlrJ', »7t-jf va, to take 
away, to deliver. 

3,[iui^,an.iiLj3-[,Li, s. vain glory, self- 
conceitedness. [root. 

S^.hcaAq. s. boL birth-wort, snake- 

gp4«»4.«^u/ip s. injustice; privation. 

Sifi"''''^ s. jl- extortion, exaction, 
encroachment, injustice, insult, rapine; 
breach, diminution, loss, grief, wrong, 
injury, hardship; despoiling, privation, 
degradation, exclusion, dispossession. 

S^P^hiT, lrji[i va. to deprive, to rob, 
to despoil, to commit rapine ; to de- 
fraud, to frustrate ; to vex ; to strip, 
to displace, to depose, to leave desti- 
tute ; - .j./A-ii , to deprive, to debar 
one's self from; -/>•/" tjn. to deprive 
one's self of; to abstain from. ' 

Rpiti.0. that deprives; oppressive. 

RfW h *• nought, cipher; -^fr^i/i#. 
iuij^li I freezing point, zero. 



Srw? • ii'"'-3"'3 *• term, word, dis- 
course, recital, narrative, narration; 
talk, conversation, familiar chat; news, 
hearsay, rumour; - .iiniilri_, ^t^t^, 
u,,uj_. to bring, to give news, to an- 
nounce, to recount, to inform, to relate; 
- lupliuiiihij to talk , to converse ; f, - 
or ^ -</ ip'irij *■" become a by-word; 
g^tq. ^Mutm^iuph-ii^i ^'ibsh ~ .#" » l^t thy 
conversation be with the wise; fr£^-, 
the tale spreads, the report prevails. 

^[,nL.iju,p.,u'ii s. talker ; a. narrative, 
historical. 

^pni.gui[i,.i'iiirir va . to recount , to 
narrate. 

S^p.ii-jiuukp a. talkative- 

^pni^wiiiair «. wlio brlugs HOWS ; - 
ip-lur, to bring news. 

^ni-yiautirii^s. parlour. 

^pnL^,M..n[,iir,r, irjl? vci. to narrate, to 
relate, to discourse, to talk. 

^(ini-juimiini-pT, s. rBcltal, dlsoourse, 
narration, dialogue. 

^[•uimpu,, f s. calumnious, unjust; 
false; s. calumny; - u,n.%/ri_B. 9j'"C"p- 
u.L-,r. 

^piMiuip.nuMfp s. calumny, slander. 

SdiuftiipuitrJ', t-jj[i va. to calumniate, 
to be censorious ; to slander. 

^[•uiiup,„l.^s. calumniator, impostor; 
a. slandering, defaming. 

Q^liMH,M,[imn^p-[iJb s. calumny, impos- 
ture, inculpation, slander; -P-tm-rp ad. 
■ calumniously. [run away. 

S^^uifii^iT vn. to flee hurriedly, to 

^o^, fij s. withe, band; tie, bond, 
link, joint, union. 

S^oq-ia/fuiuin^p-lid s. binding, junc- 
tion, fastening, conjunction. 

S(oqaj,ruAtu,ia. tied, joined, annexed, 
connected; malicious, cunning, hidden, 
embroiled. 

^o^tiT, tj^ vn. to tie, to bind, to 
fasten, to attach ; to salder. 

^o^f.«-i«S-, ^o^ntJft .1. chem. seam, 
joint, suture; S. 3»7-. S"?-"'-'"*' • 

2«j^ o. immodest, impudent; filthy, 
shameful. 

R"if^'"7. I'j a. avaricious, sordid, 
stingy, niggardly, miserly. 

^o^_puiiiirir, irjl, va. to seek unlaw- 
ful profits, to gain illecitly, to procure 
by fraud ; to flatter, to allure. 

So^ajpu,jr,L/3^t>, s. sordid interest, 



avarice; sordidness, niggardness, stin- 
giness; Rt'-pl'L ^'■-•" -PI'-'i', to turn 
aside after lucre. 

^o^,n S. 8"^." 

go^n/nfri/j^ a. lascivious, wanton; 
covetous. 

9i,o^u,tir,h^li va. to dazzle, to charm; 

to elieminate ; u-trn UnnuM ao^nm^n utuiii 

•uM^lrjnEA ,her beauty attracted every 
one's gaze. " [dazzling. 

Stoz^ml'i, CI . witching, enchanting ; 

^o^if<i»<_/7/><.)< s. covetousness, lust; 
ogling, wooing; filthiness, lewdness. 

S^op, ni., u,j s. army, host, soldiery, 
militia, soldiers, forces, troops ; 4t-^ 
»>£-..«,( ~p, infantry, foot-soldier ; - 

l^iu.ltp itjimlf, -ni-j , the flower of the 
troops, the best troops in an army; - 

h-MMMlip , uinnt-uip , l±uit^rittjtlra^i , great 

army, numerous troops, overwhelming 

lOrCeS ; ^ui2^ul£liii[3- , IMiunnh-niifqiluti/litpJif 

•r-iipupii - , disciplined, experienced, 
troops inured to war ; -^ l^pli'i'l'a • ^V- 
Ifliiu^np -p , the host of angels ; - , 
Strength, vigour, force; i^i,^ft^„. -% lr>- 
"ttp'i' tu'buk'ii Itujjlfii, and still breath- 
ing, giving signs of life. 

S"/""p"7> ad. bravely, valorously. 

^opm.f.Juuil^u.'b a . belonging to a 
general, or to his command. 

^opui^ijfilrufi, s. staff, staff-corps. 

^opuM-i-ini-lii , •{■ihi-Mig s. genera], com- 
mander, leader ; - 4u».-«..«o_j , author of 
the faith. 

^opuiq-n/ii a- stronger. 

2<>/»«/»2»»«-"»/Ta' a. amusing the army. 

^ap,uJ-n,inil_ *• levy of troops, enrol- 
ment, recruiting; - ,ua:iiir[_, il%hi_, to 
levy soldiers, to enrol troops, to subsi- 
dize an army, to recruit ; - k im , he is 
gathering together an army; he is 
ready with an army ; - •/»/i-t»t£^4»7^i-//j , 
to select, to separate, or to gather to- 
gether souls. 

^opiiM[uu,i[iM,^ il^liil'vn. to lead troops 
against", to make an expedition, to 
enter on a campaign. 

Qopuifiu/i,, uiif s. army, guards, sol- 
diery, militia ; soldier, militiaman ; a. 
soldierlike, military; strong, robust, 
valorous- 

^opuilfuj'iiiii-^p sf. female soldier. 

2o^iu4u.%jj.4-" s. review ; - unAtfj to 
pass, in review, to review troops, to 
review. 



a.-. MOP 

^ofut/ily "'■ fellow-soldier, comrade. 

yl^apiui,uiinnja UilLlih/t l^h'lVn, to dC- 

tach troops, to expedite forces. 

l^opuii/iupin , —iruipmnM^p-liL^i s, fiorce 
combat, bloody battle. 

Mo/i lutn/buifi, ad. every day ; always. 

M»/"'A""/"i fjiyvn. to grow stronger, 
to recover one's self; to take root ; to 
revive ; to reign, to predominate ; to 
grow, to increase ; to be able ; - uA_ 
•l-pk'i'i to collect one's strength, to ga- 
ther strength, to recover ; to fortify 
one's self; i/opuiu^lSii iUn-^ ^n , courage ! 
thy arms shall be strengthened; ^/»"'_ 
^'/[•('i take heart! courage! cheer up! 

^opu/ii[iuin , "iiiiijil' a. garrisoned ; t, 
quarters, barracks ; head-quarters. 

^opuiuftui , laj s . commander in 
chief, supreme head of the army, gene- 
ralissimo. 

^onuiu/h-uifrt/' S. ^npiutltifplrir* 

^opuiuiku ad. valorously, courage- 
ously; energetically, efficaciously. 

M"^""/?'/' . uig s. general, comman- 
dant. 

^opiuiliuiihiT, t-jil- vn. to command, 
to lead an army. 

^opuiili"i""-P-['t-^' s. command of an 
army, generalship. 

^opui^-l-'i- a. s. aid, support, help ; 
defender, partisan; succour, reinfor- 
cement ; — » — otj^iulitMiiini-P-L-iub J/btr^ 

to aid, to help, to bring succour; - 
n^,hi_ qnf, , to be sustained, or suppor- 
ted by ; npn-lriuli , — llrp irhpni-Pyiu'b 

4<,^ ^n,^-r, my son, help thy father in 
his age. 

^op,u^nu.^u/i,lT,r, «Ljf va. to fortify, 
to strengthen, to sustain, to harden, 
to fence, to establish, to secure, to re- 
pair, to reinforce, to restore, to cor- 
roborate ; to brighten up, to comfort, 
to embolden, to reanimate, to revive, 
to cheer up, to make revive ; - ^ha.a 
or •ip.iuijni-li" •'■-["'he , to lend or bring 
help, to succour, to aid ; !• jiu'ip-n,.. 
13^1"-% - i^'.p t to render victorious, to 
give the victory. 

^opu,^nL.j^l^ a. strengthening, com- 
forting; corroborative, cordial;fortifier. 

QopUH.l'f'l' S. ^OflMMI'ltli' • 

^opw-np, -3 a. strong, vigorous; 
powerful; energetic, pathetic; possi- 
ble, eflacacious ; valorous. [might. 

S^o(,iuL..,pn.-P^KA s. strength, power, 



^o/ihtini-Plii-'i, s. valour, vigour. 

^opirj; /rj,[i vn. to be able, worth ; 
to govern; to act, to produce an ef- 
fect. 

^o^t*, pr, ad. as, like, so that; as if; 
almost; for instance; - m1i,uu%nj, like 
beasts ; ad. conj. for instance. 

Si,<,pi^,„ji[i ij/ii[i,r vn. to assemble the 
staff; S. Q,o(,MM,J-nqnil_}i to plck out or 
unite the flower of the army. 

^a^4.nl!,u,i,2u>^ ud. dailj, every day, 
always. [namics. 

^opni.[3-lr'iimpu/iint-P[iLii S. nWck. dj- 

Q^opni-P h'liutp.Mup ad. virtually. 
Si^opnt-P-ir'iiuiliMa'ii a. virtual ; dynamic ; 

- Jfini-P-l,,^ , dynamic unity. 

S^op„i-(3f7iui^uAni-P^[,L.'i, s. virfcuality. 

Slopa.-P-lr'iiu^lilil, a. virtuous, powerful. 

^opni-pir'hiii^M.ip s. mech. dynamo- 
meter. 

Qopni-Pli,Si, s. power ; authority, vi- 
gour, valour, heart, courage, nerve, 
force, spirit, faculty; corroboration, 
supply, reinforcement, aid, energy, 
efficacy, virtue; resource; sense, 
meaning, signification ; weight, impor- 
tance ; prodigy, miracle, virtue ; army ; 
person; distinct substance or person; 
-^ frfiVa ' the angels ; celestial 
bodies , stars , &c. ; -^ .nnui^ , the 
faculties, qualities of the mind ; St/» 
-/Sfru.'iy , the Lord of hosts ; uijp , ,j/,i 
-P-t-.i/b , valorous man, virtuous wo- 
man ; ^o«, ia„i, hi. - Jicp , as the man is, 
so is his strength ; ^"<- u/^»i.jt^ Jl/inj 
- 1 hast thou clothed the horse with 
strength? qp..,L. -ph^Jp, with arms; 
by main strength; •f-lmWi^.f- ,up„i.l, , to 
lie with a man ; -p-h.^^rp- ad. powerful- 
ly, emphatically; understood; by vir- 
tue of; with all one's strength ; p"7»_ 

/"".3" —Pl^t^filp E^pianpian. ^n , lift Up 

thy voice loudly ; ''l'pl'i_ ju,Jir%u,i7, 
-p-lrXl^ , to love with all one's heart ; 
^"hli^Jiihi^l, -piAii;, to be weakened or 
exhausted ; - /»<x.^. ^n "^^pfiuuMnu ,>{b-", 
upon my faith! i' faith! - arilh. &c. 
square; mech. i&e. force;- Mt!b^npitnL.p'h, 
vis inertias ; ^/.^/To^.^^- , resistance ; £-_ 
^^uiptiiliu/it — , electric — ; ^i-i^ui^irn.ut^^ 
Jiu/h - , parallel - ; lih,j.p,}itiM,liu,'ii - , 
central - ; l(ilrQ.pn^iu,/iin/u - , centrifugal 

- ; liirii.pn%,„Jlij. - , centripetal - ; ^ti. 
^u.^1^ - , vis viva ; lit-'uu.aliu.'b - , vital 
power; .i^mi^^uM, - , attractive power ; 



inai^ijiuutlfuii - , magnetic - ; Jatuii^^ 
iiujlfii -, molecular -; ^^pJ-ht. -• mo- 
tive -; •lu/i,n,i,uliii.% -, repulsive -; «ifcK 
fik^ -I projectile force. 



t (e) € s. the seventh letter of the 
alphabet and the third of the vowels; 
t, 4, seven; seventh. 

-It is sometimes changed for, or 
confounded with the letters £- and «., 
for example : tpk , kpk ; l^ckk • l^pl^h • 

puMtjk » p-i^l^ ; Xj^pnflk f \jt-pnuluM - 

- It often enters into the composi- 
tion of words, for example : m^4»i- , 

- prefixed to a missive letter signi- 
fies the Supreme Being. 

t ' /' > b^ or b*'*' , b/'* *• that exists, 
existence ; that is of itself, the Supreme 
Being, the Most High, God ; t-u hJ" np 
b^ > I am that I am ; np b^ um-ui^lrui^ 
iflu lun- Jtlrnj I AM sent me unto you; 
kp pi. the divine persons, the Trinity, 

b . /ij*. being, existence, that exists; 
creature, matter ; v. aux. he is ; ««Aij. k 
inlruu.'i.iru One saw there, one sees;^_ 
'ii"L tl>3" qni^i^pi^iujhuii^, intoxicated 
with the beauties of nature. 

b'tW. eh! hey! oh! o! alas! 4-' flit. 
•••pk . oh Peter I 

b ?/' ' ^ IrpplrSi' I ^ nt-php , l-p ifp ad. 

sometimes ; now and then. 

b' "p , ft, „p s. some, some one ; 
one . . . and the other ; some . . . others ; 
some . . . some ; ad. sometimes. 

b<"4 , '""jT *• being, existence, that 
exists ; creator, that causes to exist, 
that extracts from nothing. 

bwijuifuif^w^u.^ a. ontological. 

^u,^uipui%ni^ppi^, s, ontology. 



fV"-4^ . nn^ik - , the 



ass 



|;2«V*:A-.«i6 «. she-goat that resembles 
an ass ; deer ; chamois. 

\n^p^J,i^ s. essence, nature, consti- 
tution ; existence ; substance ; divinity, 
God; property, fortune, wealth ;^- 
uilrtri_, joplfiit-i^, to create. 

t^.7# *• page ( of a book) ; descent, 
going down; declirity; -„ u.n.'i.i^u to 
descend, to go down; .-« f-.. t^, u„^.iri_, 
to go up and down ; u.i,,u ^tt/u-uiu/hif 
- lih\u-^ %np,u , this is the brightest 
page in his life ; - .A^^^ /, irufi,pu.iu.^l. , 
falling of the mercury. 

kp uuiliu , ip ilu,u% , ilut u'u l^p pr. ad. why ? 
for what reason or cause ? j^p 4trp.,,i , 
on what? on, which? 

tf'"*' s. gentle breeze, pleasant wind, 
zephyr ; ,pti^ tif^'t. ^""T-n/ii itiu,lupp^f< , 
Ifiii - i^'^i^ifintS-nplil, , each breeze for 
you is a furious blast, while to me the 
blast is a gentle breeze. 

\pk S. }3pk. 

\4'bJkpinlii^s. ephemeris; S. l].»«.t_ 



t*b 19 

. ;t»"4".%, „y a. that exists, tljat is of 
Itself, increate; essential, substantial- 
- /.«/, gr. substantiTe, auxiliary. ' 

\'"kh °: that partakes of the same 
existence, consubstantial, coexistent. 

t"'4j"'-/'A«-* * . consubstantiality , 
identity of substance. [to subsist, 

V'"*'""''' k'fgiy vn. to be, to exist, 

^iuuflfu ad. essentially, really, in 
reality, in fact. 

^iij„uj,u,%trj; „^j[, ya. to cause to 
exist, to extract fiTOm nothing, to 
create. {■_ g-ex. 

l;i- , /"/."#y a. s. female ; - M^qyi, , the 

'^/inp-a's.mus. an Armenian note (■~^). 

b''4 ini. ah ! oh ! 

t# *• key-hole. 

^%s. God; S. t, npiL%. 

t^-' Ak? . !n--y s. ass, jackass, don- 
key: machine of war, (battering-ram): 
tnus. bridge of a violin, &o.; -Jh,.„^i , 
she-ass, donkey; iu,p^f,^,, ass's milk; 
4t6-™*#£^ J- , to ride on a donkey; 



CXa. 



C (yet) pp- s. the eighth letter of the 
alphabet and the fourth of the vowels; 
p, C' eight ; eighth. 

- At th^, beginning of words it 4* 
sometimes redundant , for example : 

^Huiu^ , pfutiuu^ ; uuinil^ , puumttL. ; puui t 
/fZr/L r It in I fin. ■ 

- Between two or more consonants it 
is always understood ; but in the di- 
vision of words it is actually put, for 
example 



a.- "ci 



oninijiiy I cruliiT.iriiAi t ^1*^ 
lipb^ ip.triull \ tibPJrij n.pif.lr£. 



"i-l^ilrij itup^ irlru As also in poetry; 

paLnipjailrhlili Ptl^9]^'"3 /*Br'/£'Mu(w^#iH*«crV#^" 

iyifrii-a qjiiripi) • [ah t 

^4^4, pi,, pt,p int. alas! alack! oh! 

Q#^<i»u^ a. desirable, to be wished 
for, amiable; desirous, anxious;- 4- 
t^'-i , I wish. [cordial. 

t^iijtiufiiiip- a. desirous, longing after; 

P^ifJui^uA S. {^ii/uiit; gr. optative 
(mood);- q.^i.[3-ai-[3-l,t.ti , witchcraft, 
sorcery, spell, charm. 

{^nJui^u/iiiii-P-pJii s. desire, wish. 

{^n^ui/^tpiii a. desirable, to be wished 
for ; desirous, longing, greedy, thirsty, 
eager ; - or -u •uniiki_, to render de- 
sirable, to make valuable, interesting, 
to excite desire ; - f/At/_, to desire, 
to wish for, to aspire after, to covet, 
to long after, to be greedy of. 

^nJiuilik-pinni-P-liiii s. desire, wish. 

i^,iAii,Aia/iini-P-lii.% s. agreeable song 
or voice. 

l^iiJiitir, ii^ab • \_^iiiuibmir, matuf vna. 
to desire, to wish, to Idng for; to 
guess, to divine; m/t il'Hri_ Ab-^- , I 
wish you health, I tope you 'will enjoy 
good health ; adieu! good bye! 

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196 



CU"<n 



t'^Y^u.^/^ s. pi. strong desire, longing, 
eagerness; - •an-u,2yn[iii.ni-P hu/ii , am- 
bition. 

^,lJtuiuiuiuini-ir a. conjuror, diviner. 

[^ii^ui^np a. eager, greedy; lovely, 
affectionate. 

^if^iu^iuiliuif: a . very desirable ; - 
uiii^,k-l_, to make one's mouth water; 
- ipihu to desire passionately. 

Q^ifJni-P [>Ji, s. desire, wish ; divina- 
tion, augury, omen. 

I^Y^oLift s. desire, wish, fancy. 

[^,/pii/i, s. throat, pharynx. 

C^iipk-puyjitir, tj[i va. to shut a per- 
son's mouth, to put to silence; to leave 
one not a word to say, to dispirit, to 
convince, to put to a nonplus ; - qk-i^i 
liiuinuifi , to muzzle the ox; -/'«/" yn. to 
keep silence, to hold one's tongue, to 
remain silent, to be struck dumb, to 
be tongue-tied. ' , [light. 

t^iTp-k-ptril, a. tolerable, bearable, 

l-lrj; &c. [fig. champion. 

C'^fo.' F^!"s •'• athlete, wrestler; 

^•rp^ui^uA a. athletic ; - i/i,jn,.[3-pLii , 
wre-itling. 



Q-/-. 



p^ 



uiuiunin 



athletic; 



^•re 



'Fil 



ltfiE.yujl/uin 



[•J s . wrestler ; a . 

p , wrestling. [tier. 

•iiu-upuil,^, miliums, athlete, wres- 

i'J', y^Miy vn. to wrestle, 

to contend in wrestling. 

wrestling. 

Qjp/A a. proper, suitable, conve- 
nient ; probable ; - 4- . it is proper , 
right. 

^Jp.n^%b,r, ty/, , -ftiF, k-ij^j vna. to 
taste, to eat, to feed on: to enjoy, to 
delight in, to take pleasure in; to 
gain, to obtain, to possess : to chew, 
to masticate, to break with the teeth ; 

to obtain honours, to gain recompense, 
or reward, to acquire glory, to win 

crowns ; ~ r^t-unu.Uh , g^fui^ , til,-u^lrniu%u , 

to acquire knowledge ; to die ; to be 
despised, contemned, abused. 

^J'pnuu, a. refractory, contumacious, 
disobedient, indocile, crabbed, stub- 
born, peevish, rebellious. 

^iip.nauiui'buij', uigiy vH. to resist, to 
kick, to disobey, to revolt, to mutiny ; 
to grow insolent, bold, proud. 



P^i/piJumni-PliLii s. disobedience, in- 
solence, impertinence. 

{^.rpniu.i^s. 23rd- November (the day 
on which sheep are folded). 

f^iTpn-^itJ; tj^ va. to take, to surprise, 
to hold, to seize; to entrap, to catch 
again, to retake, to grapple, to match ; 
to reach; to comprehend, to conceive, 
to undertake ; .i/i«-4^ - , to catch fish, 
to fish ; - qn^ pu/i't^^ , to surprise, to 
convince or confound one in argu-. 
ment; to address or question with 
art, insidiously. 

[^jpnfbiru;i^s. haudful, hold ; pin. 

{^jpiL'bliir, hg,u, vn. to let one's self 
be taken, to be taken, surprised; -ji, 
pn^ujjP- . to be caught in a trap ; to 
entangle one's self; - ^ ^ni.p-tu/ii , 
to be taken in adultery ; - ftnui-uipmi- , 
to be surrounded by darkness; - j«/_ 
to be contaminated, 



Jt, 



V'S 



or stained by sin ; 



jjbliL 



pa-nu 



[•'-pnf , to be surprised, or convinced in 
argument, to be confounded; - [• «;•"- 
utpu/i,u , to be deceived, caught, duped; 
- •rmuug , to wonder ; - «"^o^ , to be de- 
ceived by the eyes, to deceive one's 
self; - juii-nil_lrptiuAj , to be in travail, 
to be surprised by the pains of child- 
birth ; ftiTpnfbl^iiii/li irtuilrnt.li_p "hnpui . hlS 

secrets were discovered. [vice. 

Qi/pfti^^ a. holding ; s. a mechanic's 
^,rpn%n,iuiliu,%-a. having the virtue 
or power to take, to apprehend,' to 
understand; - Jht^ surrounding, cir- 
cumambient ; foggy; - linlinpif , attract- 
ing, swallowing. 

^i/pn.'i,n,in^P-[,.Jri , {^.rpn^m-Hl S. hold, 

retention, surprise; comprehension, 
perception ; - tulumli^ , attack , fit , 
stroke. 

Q#/1y"'4 , uij s. cup, drinking-glass. 

{^i/hi,a^[,j a. commensal, mess-mate. 

Q>%iu4^w}j^ s. pi. contempt; inso- 
lence, impudence. 

(^J^Miui'i^t-ir, h^l,, -^I'lT, y^uy vn. tore- 
sist, to growproud, ferocious, to rebel. 

jf va. to restrain, to bridle, to repress, 
to tame, to break in. 

Qj;i^u»44n/^ a. contumacious, stub- 
born, rebellious, ferocious. 

(^,r.,iuAuili s . drinking vase ; dish, 
mug, cup. 



! \^,niitriu,i,,ui, a. potable, drinkable, 
fit to be drunk, 

Q./i,t^, a. potable, drinkable; s. drin- 
ker; drink, draught, beverage, liquor, 
potation; S. liz/i./^.^; ^»./,«j„t,j/,^ -, 
refreshing draught ; //^^«4n^^, h,- - , 
food and drink; p^liylf^ t._ -^, yessels 
and drink ; /> ,nnp, i^j:,ihihu,j jfi ,r,„u,^ 

"iirij thou shalt, not go into tjhe house 
of feasting,, to sit with them to eat and 
to drink; uAn^^li - S. Q^up^ii, -^ 

. i [|»%i-«/', , «"/»p^ , uipp. vn. to drink ; - 
u!ilju.,f.u.p..np, -eagerly, greedily; - 
iiiuiimlli jirjJ- , - . hard or deep, - like 
a piper, to tipple, tA tope, to be a 
hearty foper ; - /< 40,^.uint./^/it># p-ui. 
l-.u^npl, , - the king's health; - [• ju,_ 
liiiina-P-lit^i, . . . , - to the success of; 
•l-u/i. - , to receive a thrashing, a 
blow; •uui.n.M.li -, to be struck in the 
face ; jS."'-/' ■t'-ii —> to obtain wate,r by 
dint of money, to pay for water -; 

•H^^U-y • 'wlio drinks iniquity like water; 
<»n<.^ l/bj -, give me...-; pour me 
out some ; S. lif.pt,»^, \\,pp.i/i,u,j; &c. 

C-futnii^ 0., drinking; *. a. drinJcer. 
t^t/hfBi.!^ s. the act, of drinking-. 

C*'/-7.*w# *' P'. fabulous monsters, 
Erinnys, Furie.s. 

_Q%j.pr. to, at, towards, by; through; 
among, in the midst, into, in ; with; for; 
under, below; upon; soon, as soon as; 
in the place , instea-d of ; 4'«7*-/_ - 
t-i,^l,iu , to look at the sky; /?«i^u._ 
•-"P^L - "bnpa, , to reign instead of him, 
to succeed him ; «in«-^ - /«/■ t-c. -^ ^n, 
give for me and for you; - «r^o.», 
obscurely; - u.iih%uy%t totally, in all; 

- uiliiuJp. '^lyb-ij to look upon one with 
an evil eye or with aversion ; - ^tnA , 
with or by the hand ; - Jk2_< in ; into, 
inside, in the midst ; through ; - Jk2_ 
limphij to split, to pass or go across ; 

- wiJk- • to the right ; - ^l-ciu JinuAihij 
to draw the bow strongly; - «*«///! 
J-uiJu , sometimes ; - fmrpu , fraudu- 
lently, erroneously; - /uiu,^, ^lamui^u, 
ludicrously, facetiously; - lyp k-, - 
lilfu , as much the man as the woman ; 

- i-uin-nilj under a tree; ipn^uAui^ - 



97 C^T- 

'wV ' for it ; - <^ pt-p,ii% , with one voice, 
unanimously ; ,^/;^ ^lrf"t - "iiif • put 
these books with the others ; l^tf - ),„ , 
come away with me; - u/j,^u/bh^, going 
along ; - np -R'ufbtiTuiiupi, , by what 
road ? - u,phcir,u , towards the East ; 
- u.Jk'h.yi, hplifip , in all countries ; 
</A^,/AA-^ - ii,„pp, , _ ,„^i, to pass 
through Erzerum , to go ' that way ; 
^.^P k-L, - jiui/Lf/i , by sea and land ; 
-irp/ip.a iri. - frp^[,p , betweou heaveu 
and earth ; - 4/r5rt«.^ A... - 4fr,„£^^,„4 , 
between cavalry and infantry toge- 



ther ; 



uii^nt^tiu. 



<% - 



"I'k ' 



KrudJtu 



in those days, at that time ; - ^um Itl. 
-•Ifi^p, more or less, a little More, 
a little less ; - »»;u y,- - um^i, between 
this, and that ; altogether, unitedly ; 
i^iliir%ni_i_~ ui,u,„ni.i,iJiii, , to th,row out 
of window ; - •uillriitup, mhiipu , every 
where; - i/;«42Vo^, under the bed; - 
'^ck'^t'^' under heaven;- pt^pti. ov 
[f^ph-uii- , under him; — uiuMuipm-utlitai-i 
under pretence ; - u,ii.,ui-oui% , utji^i, , at 
break of day;-t^i-4", t-pk-liyu , or 
tpkl^yb, towards the evening; Jt^, 

itlr^uli^ — int-p ^^iMtJfLuMi-n/ i^ut iti ui h ii/li Ibn^ 

pui , he set out on the report of his 
poming ; - 4u,4«#n.,«4'>/ , on the contra- 
ry ; cross-wise ; - Jt'" •"iri^^or ■iuip^u,^ 
"iihij to think, to reason in one's mind ; 

- nui'ii^u,p^u,'i,lri_, to trample under foot; 

- t?-[u- iTuiiiiiihu to be reckoned among; 

- luiiu muMifi, , during ten years ; to. 

pnii, eight hundred and seventy five 
years ; - ili[J-{3-ir^ In- n-ouiuu^lt , it will 
fade as soon as it uncloses. 

^i,if.u,p.irp a. leguminous. 

Qt.^i#.pn,o a. innate, native, natural, 
habitual. 
. ^i^uifLni^a, a. fed with pulse. 

^iq-uiP-n^p i,uipliuh,kj; tO pUt to thO 

s'word, to kill with the sword; to 
trample under foot. 

Qij-tu^iuqiui/ii s. cauliflower. , 

Qiiif.ai/fuAni-p-lit.'b s . mild or gentle 
looking, affectionate or tender care, 
protection. 

f^^ui^t-p a. that eats pulse. 

(^^/^ui^^j a. dwelling with; neigh- 
bouring, familiar ; *; playfellow, com- 
rade. 



-{^'•f ui$iom ad. S. lJ,r^omi"p«y^ ; a, near 
sighted ; hazy, obscure ; tpp'"- - /'"^ 
^,^,^ji^iCiin.n^iu nt^kl^iif they were at 
the last gasp. 

Q%^u>#£€»ni»i#>£-i//i^a. seeing dimly ; - 
MunXh/j to darken, to obscure. 

^^u.%lrl,u,'l, , &0. S. {^u„u%Hi...'l. , &C. 

Qi^#jj%/?ui4«ji a. under the armpits ; 
- iTuiq^ , the hair growing - . 

Q>/^ u.n.u,2_ pr . before, against; - 

go to meet; to anticipate, to obviate, 
to prevent, to meet, to affront, to face. 

^iq-iun-iu^uij^ s. pi. vanguard, van. 

fiif-MiiuniX a. tamed, domestic, fa- 
miliar; sedentary, home-keeping; de- 
licate, nice. 



a^ 



il-ujn. 



^lui/ 



J a . free ; large , 
ample, vast, spacious, great ; diffuse ; 

- J-uitTu, for a long time, or duration; 

- f "iikqni^p-lfiXu , magnanimous, long- 
suffering, patient; - IiItu/ii^ , a dissolute 
life ; - t . it is lawful, permitted, it is 
not prohibited ; - litiufj to live dain- 
tily; - tfiiuiu to live dissolutely; - 
luniitjj to facilitate ; - f -« ad. at 
length, lengthily; diffusely; dissolute- 
ly? J-l" freely, at large; j-f, ittl^u 
to be free, in liberty, at large ; to be 
unbound. 

Q^i^iu^.jujffuf-K^ a. diffuse,extended; 
prolixious. [tious. 

^/•f-uipiutlitui^iuM^ a. dissolute, licen- 
^,i.uMpiuttiiuti.np, a . larger , vast ; 
very long, lengthy, more diffuse, 
very prolix ; ad. more diffusely, minu- 
tely, in all its details. 

yiitl-uMpiuiliuMihiii, a. liberal, gene- 
rous, [patient. 
P^,q.uiliJiu/iij,Jpui a . magnanimous , 
fiif-iup^ui^uidmni-Pltii s. magnani- 
mity, long-suffering, patience. 

^rf-iupiui^iyuiplf a. vast, spacious, 
extended. [amply. 

{fiij-iupAuiliuiufku • -p-iup ad. widely, 
^iif-uipJiuiliiuirn^, a. reared in ease, 
dainty, delicate, commodious ; unbri- 
dled, dissolute. 

{^ni.iapjttiifiiaupui'i S. saloon. iJluil[. 



i> 



\' ItrLuMrfAtu'li' 



"/', 



"PP 



S. t% 



^Ml^lUft^ 



^/•H-utiiAui/itir, /.j[i iia. to dilate, to 
enlarge, to make greater, to increase, 
to augment, to extend, to prolong ; 



98 a^T- 

to disband, to relax, to spread, to 
widen, to reach, to stretch, to g ive 
groiind, to amplify ; - puA/rt. , to exag- 
gerate ; - fig. to relax, to give repose 
to ; to tranquilize ; iii,^u,pAai^lrinil_ - 
nilriLi, jn^ or ni.Jk^ , to Open the 
hand, to give freely, to be generous ; 
- n^Jtp , to give rest or repose, liber- 
ty, license; -[iir vn . to extend, to 
widen , to spread , to dilate ; to be 
generous; ulipm^ Jh-^ j^i^uipJuil[t-tu£^.*, 

niirLutitiu»litraiunni-u Iri- n-n£_u , OUT heart 

is enlarged ... be ye also enlarged ; 
i^^MupiuiiiWu,i_ k ' it is allowed or 
permitted, it is lawful. 

yTiil-iunAiulih-nuMuuilliutl^. U,//rf<«^— • 
\_J*lf.uinAiul£t-ani-autbtrir D. ~llttlV. 

tent, extension, size, latitude, great- 
ness, width, amplitude, amplification, 
enlargemelit; diffusion; field; capacity, 
capaciousness ; fig. disengagement, re- 
laxation, freedom, liberty. 

1^/if.u/pfP O. \yfn.u/pifriiq&-iu£j 
^q-uiiiJL/iiuiir, ua^ull VU . tO gTOW 

stupid, numb, to fall asleep; fig. to be 
benumbed, dulled; - [• gpuiy, to be 
benumbed with cold, to be frozen, to 
become torpid; - ui^^ jf}"^' ^o gaze 
at, to stare at; - fpiu'^iu%<:^, to preoccu- 
py one's self, to plunge in, to engulf 

one S sell ; ap-maiTualiniHi ftu^l^puia %nnui 

ifiitf-uipj'uigiy^, ((he has benumbed the 
multitude of his bones. » [stupid. 

{^if-uipiTui^truiiji. numbed, dull; chill, 
[^%il.,up,nujini.tHi s. stupidity, numb- 
ness, inaction ; stupor. 

\_^if-ujni/iuqn£^qujith-l/'r "'-RP VCl. tO be- 

numb, to lull asleep ; to chill ; fig. to 
stupefy. 

Q*»Y-'"/"''"j"^jfi «• that chills, lulls 
asleep ; charming. 

Q%il.a}pJf,/f s. zool. torpedo (fish). 

Q><j^io<->«^</', A-j^ va. to cover with 
sand, to bury. 

P^tj-l-lriiJiuirilij; iufj vn. to cry out- 
right, or loudly. 

Qi^^xjl/r, tju/y vn. to fall on one's 
knees ; to coil one's self up. 

^i,f.tf.nif.hir, hjl, va. to take or re- 
ceive to one's bosom, to make wel- 
come. 

C^'^tpitir, hgf, va. to embrace, to 
clasp in one's arms, to clasp or throw 
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- i/jit-iA I, t/t-piiij lu/ii^fuj ., to remain 
with the arms crossed. [together. 

f^,fq.oii,t-i/% h^li va. to ..unite, to tie 
P^q-H^iT, if-piTrnji «.coBtrary,opp,o^ed; 
opposite, inimical; unfortunate? -,i^"»^ 
miaupiu/itfi . an adeguate or prompt- 
reply; pr. against, on the contrary, the 
■wrong side, outward, the wrong way; ; 
before, in face; — ii.uiiLiiiiii_,liiiMijif,uuAliu 
i,u,pliu,%[ii_, to oppose, to resist, to 
counteract, to make head against, to 
cope with; -jamiihu to rise up against; 
to combat; - y./.A<}./A«/;J/.7^i. opposite 
the money-box ; 4h'r - i^itf. ?p"<* . 
to place a stone against the door ; 
^^nt-pu - ^h-fj to close the doors ; . 
fi.uM%l,gi, - p.hiilri_, to reply opportunely, 
to respond; - 4-^*-.- %n^ui Ipii , they 
succeeded badly in that affair ; jtmu 

- iA(3-frnXiii-i_, to cavil, to sophisticate; 
- , ji^ii.fliJk-^1 , q/b ad. instead,, other- 
wise, on the contrary ; 4 ^u/i"*"-*"- 

Q>/.y.^t''?.<»/»'f"'-/^/"->' «. contrariety, 
contradiction, teasing. 

^il-if-^JirpliJip s. antipodes. 

pii/.^pi/hipiaJ-iiAhirya. to divide in 
Opposite parts, to place one against 
the other, ' ; , ' 

{^tq-if-piraipuila a.- resistent, solid, 

hardj compact, opaque ; -/.«/,', - -ip^l'tT, ' 

to come in contact with, to strike 

against. [hardness, solidity. 

. ^^q-l^iruMi-atpini-P-liLi, s. resi^tahce, 

^tH./j-liJiupLui'ii, /y a. opposite^; con- 
tradictory ; *. contradictor, opponent ; 

- flihlrf p. \_y'n.n.pifujpuiltK-ir* 

^if-if-JtiruMpuAuu^u/i' a- contradictory ; 
after hearing both sides. 

f^iq-^l/ifhipuAt-ir, /r^p.vri.: to contra- 
dict,- to counteract, to contest, to an- 
swer; va. to object, to oppose. : 

^•fjf-liiruMp.ui'iini.p-liiii ,s . contradic- 
tion, disputation ; antiphrasis. ' 

C^,l.,l.ptru,pajp aS. on the contrary, in 
a contrary manner, ; 

^•il.il.fiJh,ii.iu^ii,iyi, la'bliliiLiip s. geom. 
opposed angles. i 

^H.,l.fiilhniJupJt a. opposite, contrary; 
- h"'L: ih'i'i'u -^b'^ vn. id oppose, to 
resist. 

^iif.H.ltJ'uiq.aipini.p-l,^ S. OppOsitlon, 

resistance; antiperistasis, 

{^ij.if.fiJ'mii.lip , if-puig a . opposed , 
contrary; opposite. 



Cii^n-lii/iii^ptir, h^l, vet. to oppose, 

to object. [jectipn. 

Pi'q.ii^lunuq.pnM.pJi s. opposition, ob- 

Pitq-^b'^'^l""" &C. S . -uifiiul, &c. 

^••lrtl"l''uli , "'J a. contrary, opposite; 
s. opposite extremes, adversity, dis- 
grace, calamity ; - iopnL.p-l<tX , coer- 
civa power ; -« ifihij to oppose, to 
contract. 

t-jfi vn. to oppose, to resist. 

.. .j^iii.f,[ii/!iitiui^,,-P-[ii^ s . resistance. 

or -^ , adversity, calamity. . 

0,%ii-ii.[iif;uii,ujni-p-l,iA , -jntjHi s . ■ op- 
position, resistance; confutation, re- 
futatipn, dispute, controversy. 

Q><^^/>i/;o(u>j . .#/j a. that resists, 
opposite, contrary. 

. C^'ttl"^'i"'S"'-P'['^^' *• opposition, 
resistance. [nist. 

P^i,^,i.[,i/;afi[ij a. s. adversary, antago- 

t^-^fliiCp^niiSi, s. .opposite side, re- 
verse, wrong side. 

U*?T^7:/"'^4/'"'-/^/"-*' *• antipathy. 

Piiif.ii.[,iruf^-Mip , lag a. opposite, that 
opposes, resists ; hard, solid, opaque. 

t>i^^/../u.4,„^/.f/*, t^'y/ vn. to resist; 
to repel, to, repercute. 

Pi,^,l.[iir-Mi^mpnL.f3-pLi, s. opposition, 
resistanpe .; ,counterblow , - rebound ; 
pAi^«.,iij]penetrability. ' 

\_lin^ii.liiltuiliupai f nil I —J}upiiipl^ 1 tntiutu 

.a. contrary, inimical, opposite ; s. ad- 
versary, antagonist. 

^q.nJj,iriiiiruipuini-P-liiii s. opposition, 
resistance, action, combat. 

, {|>.Y-^^ifi«.*a/«r, aiji^j vn. to resist, to 
contrast, to be repugnant, to rnqtiny. 

Qi^-'fA''™''"^/' "'• refractory, restive; 

D. yiuLiun-iabiultl^n * 

Qi,ii.ii.[it/iupii.irij [ij s . barricade ; - 
4MA^/iy_, to raise a -; 4"pS-"»'fct^ t- . 
■to force a,[--;: ^ 

Q5i^.^f.//i!^7Ao<-f?/.«.contrary thought 

or sentiment. [des. 

^Hl-lj-lltplinni^ip , nuiuilitj S. pi. aUtipO- 

i^if.^pi/h€.[3-[ii-i s. resistance, oppo- 
sition ; contradiction, contrariety, dis- 
cord; hinderance, obstacle ; strife ; 
dislike, aversion, repugnance, conflict, 
trouble, implication. 

C%ii-iri_f -'"k I -uiliu/h a . familiar , 
domestic, tame, easy, mild, tractable, 
approachable. 



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f^t^lriuilily a . familiar , intimate, 
bosom, linked or knit together in the 
closest bonds of friendship, intimately 
acquainted ; - £f^/*/_S. Qi^t^^jf .T. 

[^,j.lri.„/,jil„r, h^,y vn. to grow fami- 
liar, to make acquaintance. ^ 

^i^.tri'-'iiiiJ; ijuj vn. to grow familiar, 
to become familiar; to make acquain- 
tance ; to get used or accustomed to, 
to habituate one's self. [tic. 

^•H-hiuiukp a. familiar, tame, domes- 

\^Mq.iriu,jnM-^iu'iiir>r, ni-y^ vci. to make 
familiar, to tame; to instruct; to tame, 
to render mild and less ferocious. 

^iyLfr^i^yjiuitir, »>«-j^ va. to enchase, 
to fit into, to set, to mount, to enchase, 
to set in a bezel; to string pearls , 
to interweave, to entwine, to braid, 
to form a tress ; ^i^t^».«-Y*-««f^ «/_ 

i^uMt/fEU , t/itfn^tnf/inntljnul^t.nilj adOmeU, 

set with jewels or pearls, ornamented 
with gold, or a'rabesqued; i^ij.k-^,^^ 
^uii^jnulifi , set in gold. 

l%tT.k-trjt-ant^iU^ , \_^/r^^£nt-qni-!R S, Set- 
ting, mounting, enchasing, fitting in ; 
weaving, web, braid, texture. 

^,q.k-iniip-l,i% s. familiarity; acquain- 
tance ; custom ; j- lufttu to familiar- 
ize with ; - niJifr^ lAif. ht-jy^ , to be 
familiar with. 

fliil-hiiyif^ s pi. all kinds of pulse. 

QiY-'^.^,ait.r, -%f «r vn. to supplicate, 
to implore, to beseech, to entreat, to 
beg. 

f^,^t-pujp.u/bii,.p-liJi, s. enterology. 

{^•■^tpui^ui'ii a. intestinal. 

Qi^fc^<u4./u7 , fj *. aruspex, sooth- 
sayer, [evening. 

Q^Y-i-pt^ • -i.e' ~'i" erf- towards 

^^.tpliuiiulij; ir^iy vn. to extend. 

QiY-t^4»"/» a. long, extended; pro- 
lix ; ad. long, at length ; long time ; 
amply, diffusely, tediously; - utnik-i^, 
to prolong; - /pihij to be prolonged. 

^tn-hplitunuiiq-lyif't \^t i^lr ft l^ut p It itt Irqft 

vna. to prolong, to make last a long 
time ; to extend ; to defer, to spin out, 
to great length. 

Q^jj.t-p/iu>i„uJ[iii. a. very long. 

^irj-irpiiiiipu/hiuir, uMijiij vn. to last a 
long time. 

^•f.iTpliiupni.p-f,Ji, s. length, extent, 
duration; -44%«y, long life, longevity. 



Pi,il.t-iifi%utiui£ a. baying the moon ; 
barking at in vain. 

l^ta./rflfinL-iIiiltui/', uaautj , —/£nt^[ti/'f b-qiuj 

S. Q/rn^nl-u/lttuJ'' ' ~ ■: ^ 

^iif-hpn . p'u^ s. entrails, guts, bow- 
els, intestine , tripe ; caecum , blind- 
gut; aliiiL-nu %natu —nutn pt-.ptrtttl£q llut^ 

maM-^ufblru' to slay others with their 

own swords. 

^*»,ft}» ad. why? for what reason? 

wherefore? - n^? why not? [&c. 

Qi^/.4 s. a few pulse, pea;se, beans, 
C^7-/'4'"f "'*' ' b *• In diction; ^p^;"* 

-/i , cycle of - • 

^••tit'iM-'^' %/' ""■ *** amplify. 

'^iH-luifiinM-Ui, s. amplification ; chem. 
ductility. 

(H/^^fr<«^a. yoked together; bear- 
ing the same yoke. [to intermix. 

Pii^fiMuniit^j; lrji[i va. to incorporate, 

P^ij.^uin.'bli,r, is-ijtui vn. to become in- 
corporated ; to intermeddle ; to come 
to blows, to come to battle, to join 

battle ; fttt^-liiuin^ih-^utl- uiuimirput^^ t 

the battle was commenced. 

Qiq.piu,niia,-P-[it-% s. incorporation. 

Qiiif.^.ytrjniiai/iui'ii tt. dioptric- 

^,^^uytjti,ini,p-liLii s. dioptrics. 

[^i,[.4ui'iinM.p a. universal, general, 
common ; -^, or - «./.fr^fe^^ , the uni- 
verse, the whole world, or earth ;' - 
iuniilri_, to generalize; ad. everywhere; 
in general. 

[!!%^].^u,'l,pul^u,% a. universal, general, 
catholic; - £-4*"v*"j^> the catholic or 
universal church; S. [i'mj/p-, i<n,inqj 

P%q.'iui%p,i/iiiiitr, •^q'y vn. to become 
general. 

Qii^^ii/ttpuiutk" a. universally, gene- 
rally, commonly, absolutely. 

l^n.^tutinuiqnt^qii/jtyiff iiL^tilt VCt . tO 

generalize. [erality. 

^t^i.uM'iipn^p-f s. universality, gen- 
Qiif-^uiu, , /.J s. interval, space ; a. 
discontinued, intermittent; loose; diffe- 
rent, separate; less, lesser; meek, in- 
termittent; ad. differently, otherwise ; 
nor more nor less ; uj./^ „u,^u,i. t^i_- t 
p/.t.^.fn.j, a little less than 10,000years; 
/il f "-^ ta'^'te - b *"j"A4- . in what do 
we differ from them ? n^ ^i_ - k b 
%iru/bk , he differs not from him;'in«-<"7^ 
/*'i,- b •tilfu/iil^ iP'^^L^'iSp' • ^0 ^® ^^" 
most at the last extremity, or last 
gasp ; itr% - jlrputijn^ , thoy resemble 
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f^in-^ut/aAiT, b-gi, va. to interrupt, to 
discontinue, to cease ; -/..r vn . ito 
break off, to interrupt one's self. 
: Ci'if.'imn.li^s. interrupter. 
1 \^bn.^uiu,ni-P^l,i/i, , -n^'di, g. interrup- 
tion , intermittence , intermission, dis- 
continuance, relaxation, cessation. 

^iil.i,iupliu,%hir, i,uMpl, va. to knock, 
to clash, to strike, to be^at ; r- ^pliu,p- , 
to strike fire. 

f^if^uip/iuAlur, ituiftuii vn. to fight, 
to smite, to knock, to strike, to tlaump 
at; - i^itji. JliJL-iu'jiu , to knock against 
each other; to- encounter each other; 
~ td"'it'' l^'t "f '^ ' 'o knock one's head 
against a wall ; - /A^ ^u,'ii,uuiu,p^ , to 
be on the way to . . . ; - /« /"./ait </;»«<y , 
to have remors^e. [flict. 

{^iij-iuiitjii^SL s. collision, shock, con- 

^•i[.,ilrii.tir, tji/. va. to give, to put 
into one's hands, to grant; to take 
away, to aippropriate to one's self; 

Qii^ Ah,i.% pr. by means of, through. 

\}li^JliiiL-iu,rii a. subaltern. 

Q^ii^Jl.£,t,p^l, ad . by means of, by 
some expedient. , 

{^iil.Jlilu,//,a^i a. immediate. 

j^,il.Jl,£.ii^uLl„i^ s. the middle of a 
"^Aj, or road, carriage-road, pitching. 

^%il.Jp£atp^n,.p[,i.i s- interposition, 
intermission, obstacle ; partition wall. 

Q^^q-Jfilirii; tjfi va. to interrupt, to 
discontinue ; to divide into two parts ; 
to separate, to hinder ; to intermed- 
dle ; - ijluouu ni-pni.^ , to interrupt, to 
break in upon ; - i^mim«^.u^4i , to go 
half the way ; j- lik'iia,^ fiL-plru/i,^ uui_ 
•ii,al[^l_, to die halfway on the road of 
life. 

f^j^Jj^£li,r, hgiy vn. to be split, to be 
in half; to discontinue; {ip-plrL. moifu 
i^if-,ll,2k^ij,u,., passed the middle of the 
feast. 

^iii.Jl2n'-[3^li'^ s. mediocrity, media- 
tion, middle way. 

[^iq.trijMiiAkir,ir,„[, vn. to penetrate, to 
pierce , to strike through or pass 
across; to insinuate one's self; to pass 
through a filter. 

^,q.ir,„u/iin,i_a. piercing, keen, sharp. 

^iif-iTuiuiinu^P , iMig a. touchy, easily 
offended, sensible, feeling; thoughtful, 
pensive, anxious, gloomy, full of care. 

^iij.nitli'ii , ifliut^ s. a. born in the 



house of .one's master, domestic, ser- 
vant ; -^ , family ; S. C^if-uipn/u • 

Qi^«i#^</rjnt.juitrt</', »ii-_j/> vo. to Ten- 
der proud, insolent, impertinent. 
..^fl.r,i^^ir,%tr^„,i vn. to lie down at 
length, supine ; to become idle, neg- 
ligent , feeble : to adorn one's self 
magnificently, gorgeously; to make an 
ostentatious display, to dress preten- 
tiously; to become vain or insolent. 

Qi-Y-?//' «• quiet ; good. 

Qfc^nu... a. that leaps, that bounds ; 
jumping, starting; ad. by stealth, 
stealthily; rebounding, by fits and 
starts ; — , by skips and jumps ; pal- 
pitating, bounding; - /» .fiiy ib'iik-[_, 
to awake suddenly , to start from 
sleep ; — /' ^Myu r^pP-ai-qiuiilr^t to 
rouse suddenly, hurriedly; - Ifuu to 
leap, to hop, to rebound; to start 
back with fear, to be startled, to 
retire , to frighten ; - - /i««^«»£_> to 
leap, to jump up, to rouse one's self; 
— lrpP-u,i_, to go with fear and trem- 
bling; to. go by leaps ; — l„iu,iu,^ni.iih 

nLatnqf^u>nJ~ni-ilh P-^l^u/liqt lU^uM^ i SlirUg- 

ging of the shoulders; nervous twitch- 
ing of the eyes ; - ufii^uhiiri^, to leap, 
to leap over. 

{^^iq-auuiMufuou ff. boastcr, braggart. 

\^q.nuutiMnM^r, [^i^nuui^ii/'i uihiy Vn. 

to leap, to recoil, to start with fear; 
to be aroused, frightened, dismayed ; 
to shy, to be restive; to be disturbed, 
disconcerted ; to get angry. . 

Ci,q.auu,nij/i, s. leap,reboud; shaking, 
concussion. 

Qllifaui,in..ju,t,lr,r, n«-j/. va. tO CaUSB 

to leap or recoil; to shake, to move; 
to impel, to push, to spur on, to 
thrust ; to awaken, to excite. 

Cji,q.„uu,nL.ji[,^ a. exciting ; stimulat- 
ing, spurring on. 

0,j.n../bi^ir, hjl, va. to trample under 
foot; to despise; to dishearten, to 
humble, to subdue, to drive out, to 
push. 

Qfe^mninj s. foot-stool. 

Qi.y«t.^t.r, fry/, va. to twist or break 
the neck; to tame, to bridle. 

Qi^/itAu/^ j,u/j a. receiving, welcom- 
ing; capable, susceptible; acceptable, 
agreeable. 

{^i^nt3ni,^nL.p-l,i% s. acccptance ; ca- 
pacity, reach; participation; chem. ca- 



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p'arity ; - ^pirni.p-lriu'h .heating -. 

^„i.nci,u>/i, a. vain, void, useless; 
empty; indolent, idle; ad. in vain, 
uselessly, empty ; - ut,Ahi_tinMl(iili,uint-_ 
Pin-"!,, to deceive, to disappoint, to 
frustrate, to destroy the illusions of; 
.ujyi.uji, lfiii_- t , all is vanity. 

^,H.„Jb,.,liia,pii!i,, //J a. romancing, 
prattling, chattering, prating ; s. chat- 
terer, idle talker. 

^iif.nt^i.njiiu.p.ia'iinu-PJ, s. ppato, prat- 
tle, chitchat, nonsense, chattering. 

\_Jin.ntJlltJMblullIOII fe. \_Jt IL.n £^ lUpt lU ^gMMtt • 

(J>/Y-««-?y«y7/./.,///,,. a. vain, frivolous, 
foolish. 

^%if.ntX,upiu^iuiir, ui^inj vti. to bc valn 
or empty f to vanish, to pass away, - 
to come to nothing; to seek vanities. 

Qi^«ti,»/%,««/o.^a- a. vain, proud, 
vain-glorious. 

Q>/y-#.<_i«y^,n«-/3// s. vanity, frivolity, 
futility ; nothing. 

(^^/^ni>»u.^.«?/ , uy s . vase, vessel, 
receptacle; recipient, reservoir: asy- 
lum, refuge, sheltier ; meoh. well, tank, 
cistern ; - o^oy , air-box ; - zTf-'H < 
steam-chamber; -£.t/"/"£p^/. hot-water 
well. 

\^,q.n^,lril, CI. acceptable, admissible; 
agreeable, welcome j obtainable ; that 
accepts, that receives. 

^il-ni^it-inM-pJi s. reception, taking, 
acceptance, admission, obtaining, ac- 
quisition; cheer, feast, entertainment; 
gr. participle ; - ,f<nluufi,itii.pnj , accep- 
tation of a letter of credit, of a bill of 
exchange; - luii^ik-^it-Jkp , to welcome, 
to feast, to entertain ; - ,ani,k-i_ o,n,u_ 
pMug . to lodge strangers ; - •u,^,hi_ 
gpiniutf^l^i, to receive coldly, to give a 
cool reception; - n-njii jiuppni^,[,n , [, 
q-t-uiifu/iiuiinxA f there was a reception 
at court, at the embassy ; j-^ ip'ii_ 
W,iiinm-tfy , to believe in God. 

Qi,5(...i->//../', i^iliui£i,i/ vn. to receive, 
to take, to admit, to embrace, to ac- 
cept, to make welcome ; to gather 
together ; to derive ; to impetrate, to 
obtain ; to suit, to agree ; to approve, 
to confess, to consent, to acknowledge; 
t'l^ - . to deny, to disavow, to disap- 
prove ; - qrip juiL.uinu/1,1; , to stand 
godfather, godmother to a child'; «&//, 



to fall into sin ; - ./I 



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to 



conceive, to seize mentally; .^ 



laiiint-iiq 



-l".p . to receive with honour; n^p^u,p_ 
t-nf, - y/jp , to give a bad reception ; 
- jpi^huH, , to learn by heart ; jaiu_ 

innt-tuh-n f^iliufliuL, '^inuiu , hO haS 

made of them his gods ; /. ^t* cH*"- 
(uij ,{!^lr,u%u , I owe you my life. 

Q>#^nt.i/.^, ^i^nii,nq_ o. s. who re- 
ceives, receiver, acceptor; recipient; 

-inr^ /f Jlfpmnl.p-tr'bkt gOdfathCr, god- 

mother; —'iinii_[unumnilu/biii-P-kuM%, con- 
fessor. 

, Q>#Y-"'-*i"'"/'4"'- "•■ gi'ioiing, grima- 
cing, mimicking; grumbling. 

I tiq-nt-ntu S. \^iuinl-uui • 

[|i'/,j.o;.u44fri/',^frj^» va. to abandon, to 
despise ; to compel to walk ; to vex, 
to harass. 

Qfcjy. iluyp ad. in vain, uselessly; - 
ifiapliu.'iih^ij to throw away, to aban- 
don, to despise ; - juih-liij to run here 
and there, to rove, to wander ; - ^o. 
ut/,, to talk -in vain, right or wrong, 
at random; - u^tui^u-pm-Hh, idle dispute. 

'^,^ilu^pu,p.iJu- a. quack, charlatan, 
who talks in vain. [idle talk. 

^,ri.i\u.jp,u^uM'i,n,-P-ltX s. quackery, 

^ifil^ipu.p.lrp a. vagabond. 

^„l.,lu;jp,up.n)ii a. wild, savage. 

y^in.t^npuMiJ^iaiq fe, l^ii^llutjntafLK-p ■ 

P^iiil.il.i;fpMu^yj_ a. seeking vain and 
foolish things ; inquisitive. 

Y^tr^tltujpiulijou a, S. y^r^nt%u3fllUMp.uilt , 

&c. s. magician, enchanter. 

Qfc^i/uy^m4™£^ a. barking at in vain, 
brawling. 

[^i.YLi/uy^u.4u.^ a. abject, vile, despi- 
cable, useless, vain. 

\^iif.ilutjnujjpin O* ll^nui^unp^itE-pif.* 

^/•{.•luypMu/usif a. vagabond; prat- 
ing, chattering. 

[^l;i.iliyp,yujitn,_Pl,i_% s. vagraDcy. 

[^i„l.ilujjp,a/oii a. shameless, lewd; - 
uf^iu.'iip , coaxing, dalliance, coyness, 
affectation, coquetry. 

^H-tluiiiiMuiiiuiTCnpC a. coquettish. 

^••tAitiP'""''"'-''!: ^' savage. 

^•tit'op"'""'^ a. ill-bred, rough, 
rude ; idle, lazy, sluggish, unoccupied. 

. \_^i^iltuiputpujp^tirt zi^s"!} vn. to be 
dragged along the ground, to be fas- 
tened to the ground. 

Qiiq-ilaJ/ptap'upi a. curious, that seeks 
after useless things. 

a^iifilu.jpuf^'iAnuP^liM.li t. inquisitive- 
ness, curiosity. 



UV'/-'Wre*'4t<, ••i,AL-,rva. io debase, 
to vilify; to despise. 

C*'lF-»/a-'"% *. haughtiness, pride. 

(|'/»^.//ft#/", /.-j/i tia. to twist, to wring 
the neck; -/»/• vn. to revolt, to resist, 
to disobey, to rebel, to throw off the 
yoke ; to lift up the horn, to become 
proud, arrogant , haughty , ostenta- 
tious; to turn the back disrespectfully; 
to throw one's self headlong, to pre- 
cipitate ; /tjiij-lltjhuij^ fi pufu ll^Mi^f jliy^ 

[•„a%ni-[3:l/iil; , ^0 free from domination, 
to shake off the yoke. 

t!*'7-T/'*""4^'''' %f va. to copy, to 
take a copy, to transcribe. 

V^'"fl,[i'iiu,l/n,i^ a . perspective ; s . 
painter of perspectives; copist. 

C7,q.op[,%u,tint.piii^i s . perspective ; 
transcription. 

{!),p-ii,q.piTir, hj[i va. to trample under 
foot ; to subdue, to submit ; to strike, 
to knock; to drive away, to disperse. 

Pi,p ,uq.l,n,^l3-[iiJii *. trampling upon; 
subjection; project, purpose, design; 

ride over and trample to death. 

Pi.p-iu'iiuiip a. that runs, that walks ; 
current; - a*<u>/™i/;,u^i4 , practicable , 
passable. 

f^i-[3^,a%,u,r, •••ijiy vn. to run, to run 
to; to apply; to slide; to gallop; to walk; 
to go, to depart, to pass ; lup^uit^mun/ii 
- , to run full speed, to rattle along 
full speed ; trpunrniiliii , lum-iifii - , to 
run in company, in crowds, in a throng, 
to rush, to crowd, to flock ; - ^4t,« 
n^li,„-p, to follow, to run after; - 

aiflrui ifhinnu ^ yuit^tiusu ni-nni-u, tO lOllOW 

the tracks, to tread in the steps ; - 
^u/iimuiuipiiu [ii-p , to follow one's 
career; .«//i^ mt.^^-, to dip into, to 
run over a book; ^,[3-,u'iimiiEi\_ iuuhi_, 
to say in few words, to touch lightly; 

— h T*uiituiu^uinifU u^utuint-hniMeliiutj , TO 

observe or obey the commandments ; 
p.iM,pi-n^ ftiiPu/iiui'ii /yj^ , affairs are 
thriving, business is prosperous ; S. 

{^iiP-utj , [i , Piip-tuj^ , j^j, s. course, 
race, gaft, step, pace, way, means ; 
progress, succession, train, trace, 
thread; method; -« m/iim-^, to run ; 
-fy if-npirl,, the feet; - J^, walking 
distance ; 4t«./. -, foot-race ; - j/I/.u/j , 



03 Q^ia- 

flight of thought; - ^tiu/j , life's ca- 
reer ; j-u lih'hiaj) , in the course of 
life ; j~li^ -2C.,<%m^.i_ .[lip , to know one 



by his gait; p..„[,u 



"■e iL'"^Lir' 



l"rf 



to fulfil the duties of one's station, to 
discharge one's functions honourably; 
miii-l.ini-i_ if-ii i!.uful^i , to say concisely, 
to shorten discourse; -4. i,nqfy, direc- 
tion of the wind ; -^ .ufri-^<i.4'"* • z:"-"- 
7/^ , hifui'iiiiiliuij , course of the sun , 
moon, seasons ; -:p uinliuipu^,^ , ,lu,Tf,u__ 
n-u/iintil , ■ii"""i"'C"'i[' > course of Ex- 
change, of the market. 

Q>i/3^.«3,/,4,»7/ a. racing ; swift. 
• \^ii[3-a',jiaj/i[iji a. concurring ; accom- 
panying ; agreeing, concordant ; coin- 
cident; concomitant. 

{^i/J.«j.»4j#7t./?/.«-'i s. concurrence ; 
accompanying; concomitance; retinue ; 
coincidence. 

(^i,pu,^u,i,itil^, ^hp-iiii/uipm'ii s. gym- 
nasium or place for gymnastic exer- 
cises ; S. l|../«,u/^t^- [index. 

\^^,Pu,^p/{ s. mech. slider, cursor, 

Qft/3^uyo,^s. walker, pedestrian. 

^p-uijn.-^jM'iih j; "«-j/f va. to cause 
to run. 

C>,p,uj,,i, S. Pi-R-"j . 

{^.pkn.'i.il, a- legible, readable; s. 
reader, lecturer. 

t^itP-t-n.'iint.j; h-ftijutj vn. to read ; - 
£7/^- Jt'nn , n-ui^ iuijiiliL. , - to one's self ; 

— A Jiiujti , fLiup^put^uipi — f — aloud ; — 
jiuliiu'ii^ii ni-pitL.^ , - in the presence 
of; lu'iniufjP-u.^ -,'- currently; 4./*4«._ 
ql^inil_ - , hesitatingly ; to stammer ; 

- ^,i,piirM..MiAj[i , ilk-p ft •Ikp?/' to look 
through, or to skim over a book; jui_ 

n.ui2_iluiplri^ •l^'li , - Q>Xi\Jlplllfli y<- Irph^^ 

lilfii - . - over and over again ; mm^- , 
to cause -; iTu^mi-li ^n f-liuil^ -, can 
your boy read ? piiPlrp^lru,uiPni.,iP-^, 
after the perusal of your letter ; jhuiu 

{^bPIrp S. \S,.^pJiRhp . 

^'[3-lrpiuliuii I [itj » ~k"'3 ' ""3 ^' adja- 
cent, adjoining; assisting, present. 

{^,p k P^.ulilg a. reading together. 

^,pirpj,„%hib a. legible; «. reader, 
lecturer. 

{^.pirpjj.a'blr.r, -tif-.r vH. to read. 

\^i,piTpju/iin^Pl>i^- s. reading. 

^iPirpguiukp , '>b[""3 «• that loves 
study, studious, well-read. 

f^%p-lrpju,u['ptir un. to study, to read 
with pleasure. 



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t^/»t^_ju»uf//n.-/?f s. love of study. 

Qip^t-pjujpiJii s. re&Amg book; les- 
son; school; *reading room. 

C^'Rt-[>3l'i_i -jnq^s. reader, lecturer ; 
u/jj. iMin. -jni^, advertisement, ad- 
dress to the reader ; %iri,n,iui^m 
~il"'L' gentle reader. 

\!!^,p-lrpijn,in^p-li^'i, s. reading; lec- 
tureship, order of lecturers in the 
church. 

(!l,rJ^irp^n,-,ij(f , nji s. lecturB ; lesson. 

^p-hp^n^uiifiuq-ftp s. catechism (of 
S. Cyril). 

f%p t-p^nM-Ou s. lecture; mui/^j- , to 
give to read ; to cause to read. 

C^iP-piumnL. a. who gives a supper. 

Q^iPpiapiu'i, s. dining-room, supper- 
room; tea-garden; eating-, chop-house. 

[^iP-pt/ilrpp s. supper-time. 

^ippti/; A-jf vna. to sup, to take 
the evening's repast. 

^P-pt^ I /»*-"»g s. pi. supper, even- 
ing's repast ; - i/.4-^«tit<«'i< , the Lord's 



- , the Last 



lunSJtlrl, n.nnd'Is-ij 



•nu,i_, to invite to - . to give a banquet 

— u U3niilr[_ tun. ni^JIrp , to SUp with . • ■ , 

f J-iaW/^iP-plrtu^ , at supper-time. 
^itruij , fj s. present, gift, offer, of- 

lering ; — «//t.7/t/ , miuij iPtumni-autliyr. 

to give, to make a present. 

^lituMiui^irp , />!/ or ««j a. that car- 
ries presents or offerings ; - f/'%A/_ S. 

^ib-u^uiplrpirj; k'gji vna. to carry 
presents, to offer, to make a present. 

[^,lf,afiup.lrpni-(3-^Jii s. offer, offering ; 
offertory. 

Pih-iufuiliu/i, , luj a. sacred ; s. dedica- 
tion; - ^pp , Pni-iJ3^ , dimissory letter, 
testimonials; — ^kuuiui'iiuj^, creden- 
tials ; — p.uiph!iiuiruj^ , letter of recom- 
mendation, [is offered. 

^,iru;jiu,ru,.,inj^ a. that offers ; that 

^.h^uijiu'iiuMj', u-^iy vn. to be present- 
ed, given. 

xJliiruijiuntujp S. I 'itifiitjui^ti-p . 

^iituii,up,u% , u/j s. place of offering, 
altar. 

X^iiriutiut^np S. l^argujiufilrp • 

P%it,uft-,r, /rj[, va. to offer, to pre- 
sent, to sacrifice, to give, to dedicate, 
to attribute , to lend , to propose , 
to refer , to confer , to devote , to 



render, to ascribe; to make, to furnish; 
to impose, to inscribe; f ^j^" - , S. Xs/u; 

YJfy • — o#u» lun-tuni u(utpq-k'-o^ t *0 lOad 

with presents; to confer great servi- 
ces ■ -[■•r vn. to offer, to present one's 
self; to shew, to make one's self seen; 
- ,„n.u.2l, n^pn^^ , to iutroduco one's 
self to the presence of; ^4"^- -. to 

i^,fru.f/rjn,-j^%lrJ; »^j/. VU. to offor, 

to present; to show, to expose, to 
place in sight; to recommend, to m- 
troduce ; t'"^"}* - • to pass one's self 
off for another, to counterfeit ; »yz./<2fi 
Jl„nu-, to possess, or bear another 
meaning; "{.ptrij, ^'uXi, -, to make 
one's self beloved. 

^.if,,lr3n,.gii^a. that presents; pro- 
ducing, productive. 

^i.ifu.jn^Pl"-'!- s. offer, offermg, de- 
dication; presentation; Pn.-.iP -r/?fr, 
letter of recommendation; ll"i"'-tf''-- 
phu/h , catechism ; S. (^ipt/yn'-"'*^"'- 

ttp'i -/r'-"W'' i*®^ moon. 

\^}yu.,n^ah s. act of offering, of de- 
dicating one's self; presentation; of- 
fering, present; - II • lln«-"f . Presen- 
tation of the B. V. M.; u,.uu.2^>np.^ /A. 
ir„,,J-u/b , godfather ; - ^^ ^"l^f . new 
moon. 

{^,it„,-l.J: ^lrg";i vn. to rise, to shme, 
to blaze forth, to glitter, to sparkle, 
to glare, to be bright. 

^.!iu,[n,-f^ i^b a. thatreceives ; s. be- 
trothed, husband; fuouhu,^- , affianced 
wife ; -. mech. receiver. 

Pi4u,«<27-ir, a^tji.// vp. to bind one's 
self closely, to adhere to, to entwine 
one's self with. 

py,//lr'i-it a. to be thrown away, to 
be despised. 

t^i,/ik%n.-.r, frg^ va. to throw, to cast, 
to hurl, to repulse, to fling, to pour; 
to destitute, to depose, to deprive; - 
jlrplrauij , to drlvo from his presence, 
to despise, to abandon ; - ji^plib'-f *o 
frighten ; - jnp q^"t" tpbs • *o confide 
the care of, to confide to ; - ^uAXii p<-p 
juja-u.2_, to present one's self, to throw 
one's self forward, to expose one's 
solf; - •L'Lk'b", to throw down one's 
arms, to surrender;- f liu.iu/bu, to 
thrust in prison ; - jl^phbc • t** throw 
down, to slay, to fell to the earth-; - 



tliii so 

•upmuipu, to thrust out, to hunt or 
drive away: to empty the stomach; 

- .^utplfuu , to throw stones ; 4/»j" - > 
S- ^tj-p i to despise ; - qt,uip[,u/u , to 
cast anchor; ^i'u>»r/<_u>&^n<./7i^ui>/jp% -, 
to attribute to God ; // #-^<«y if[,Jkii/i,j 

— •ijiu'iyuAu , to lay the blame on one 
another; -. vn. to be thrown, or cast 

away ; ~" utnmmuu , uiitintuunt n.niuit , tO 

be thrown out, driven away ; - /# 7Cu._ 
"iiiuuimpifl, , to be cast on the streets, 
to be thrown out on the common way. 

[!^,^tp, ,u!j s. companion, comrade, 
partner ; female companion; consort; 
fellow; agent; neighbour; partaker; 
peer; clerk; assistant; ^/sp [nl' -, I 
am peerless, I have no equal; - •(- , u^p 
^- , one to another , mutually ; t-p^ 
•f.ni-u,% i.;ip -/i lit-pnt-ti', they bound 
themselves by mutual oaths. 

^•Iilrpuipuip ad. as a companion or 
comrade, friendly. 

^ililTp,uq.[,p , npiu^s. subscriber; - 
»,».'i,t^ B. ^,lihpu.,f,ph,r-^ - Jfl,iri^ S. li*. 

i[lrpnMt^nfii/\ 

^tlilrpu,ii.plr,r, t^[i va. to subscribe 
to ; -[iirvn. to become a subscriber to. 

Qil^lrpii,ii.pn,.[3 (lu^i s. subscription ; 
•ratuM'blri_j- , to subscribe to; lrii,/iMt-i_j-^ 
p-lAik, to cease to subscribe, to bo no 
longer a subscriber; .y'w'^"% -p-hu/ii, 
terms of - . 

^.Iihp..,^u„. a. that betrays or kills 
his neighbour. 

^^Irpuiliu/i, a. social, sociable. 

^•dlrpuilili^ s. companion, comrade, 
colleague ; associate, partner ; fellow- 
member, friar. ^ 

^^kp,ui/gl„r, ^k^iy vn. to accompa- 
ny one's self, to associate one's self, 
to become a partner. [ciety. 

^ilit-piuli^nL-Pb s- association; so- 

Piii^tpui^ut^i , -i,iM,^mkMU) a. Support- 
ing social, or public harmony. 

\_^r^/rput^iu^n&uf/,p i «"fy f -'4"'^"Pp » 
utlruia t —J^iu^no S. y^ilihp^ui^int-P-liL^t * 

Cii^t-p.a'itilJnfj a . that suffocates 
his neighbour; annoying, molesting 
one's friends. 

[^lihpu/bl, s. pi. companions. 

t^%/itpu,utp I u[iptuj a. that loves his 
neighbour, charitable ; sociable, com- 
panionable, [hour. 

Qii^tpuMinlrujj a. that. hates his neigh- 

Ci.^lrplrj; tyf vn . to accompany, 



to escort, to follow ; to pair ; to asso- 
ciate; to convoy; to aid, to assist. 

[^bliirp^,„^,ni.p-[,t.% s. social harmony 
under various forms of government, 
monarchic, oligarchic, or democratic. 

(^/•^tp^u^iri/; i-^l, vn. to associate 
with, to conspire, to plot. 

\^,lil.-pni-P-[,^. s. company, society ; 
accompanying, assistance, partner- 
ship, match; train, retinue; fraternity, 
brotherhood , congregation , order , 
commonalty, body; conversation: 
knowledge; sociability.. 

(^/,iiirpi,[,p„i.p-l,i-'ij s. love of oae's 
neighbour, charity ; sociabihty. 

P^,fik-pn,i a. that accompanies, that 
assists. 

Q'i^tj/,4 a. thrown away, cast off, 
flung off ; abject, vile ; exposed,, aban- 
doned; meek, projectile ; -^.u^e/»i«_air, 
projection; - /A^, refuse; - u,nXlri_, 
to throw, to cast; - u-iAlri_ i^iruA^ 

liniSliit n clItui f nqtuptiiiilni h a-nii^ tO 

throw the children in, the river , 
merchandize in the sea; - ,un-'i,k-i_ 
qjTiu'i.nL.li, to expose a child; - ipik-i^, 
to be thrown out, abandoned. 

i^ilihjni-W, s. cast, projection, out- 
cast ; pliys. projection. 

^hiil,T^iriu,i_ li,u,r vn. to resist, to act 
as an obstacle, to hinder; /< h^nt^ip -, 
to kneel down. 

{!^.iiii.n^,r, iiiujj S. ^ii,piii,r. 

kin S. {^ii^t,r. 

^ilii^M-nl-l^a . submerging, engulph- 
ing, swallowing. 

Qjr»4Y_i/i<.4#<A a. immersive. 

^,li,i,Hi,r, Irgl, va. to sink, to deepen, 
to submerge; to flow, to inundate, to 
drown, to plunge, to absorb, to bury; 
to dim, to cloud; i[ip'i-ru,i/f. -, to lull, 
to make sleepy. 

^i^YiZ/zir, A-jm/ vn. to founder, to 
sink, to be plunged ; to lose one's self; 
- 1 .^ly • to sleep soundly; juA^uiplfu 

uiptnirn^[3-^i!h , juthlllttji[d-tup unLJ^ ~ t to 

abandon one's self to melancholy, to 
be plunged in inconsolable grief; - {• 

itn^^ ijiiutftlini.lihm'bg , to BWim in 

pleasure, in deUght ; ^ "bmluuAii - , to 
envy, to be jealous of. 

Qi^^i/^^a. immersing, submerging; 
*. corsair, pirate, buccaneer. 



cocoa-nut ; — uip^uijuilit 
quality of ^ ; - npfr„i^n 
mica ; lihiihi. [^tim-^, , 



A , the finest 

i-jitij nux vo- 

_ _ nut-shell ; S. 

green husk of -; S. %iiri< (If/"; 
{'hirp_pl!ii) J",,!^ i^lini_qy , epidormis or 
brown cuticle of - ; S. ^n.Minli , ^hiOr^ ; 
ill^ni-li i^i!in,-fl, , the kernel of - ; S. 
ll/^/tti ; tttun. i^,linu.^l, , — tree ; S. I^i_ 

lint-qp ; ipiym /^ilini-ili , - WOOd J q-nplrli 

[• iiiTliii/blri_q-, nut-cracker; S. j^^i"*-- 
^u,p.irli ; /. if-njii i^,lin,-q[i , uut-browu ; S. 

Yltl^nt-^iur^njU J ^^uir^h^^ ~u , tO nut J '^/', 

t3-uii_ [i ^ia,ilri_ -„ , to go a-nutting ; 

qiiiM-u-^i'b ^ J-n,[n,lh[_-u , nUt-llOok J S. 

|'i4#ii_^o.f!t-,i {•l-npti-l^ s. nut-cracker. 

(^i4f.i-^»uy^;'fc a. nut-brown, hazel. 

^•Iini-iiuiiiuj[i,l. , -Atri^ a. made like a 
nut. [walnut wood. 

Qi^nf-^fi/f , [!^,lini-^l, s. walnut-tree ; 

[^•linLi(nt-in ((. full of waluut troBs ; 
abounding in walnuts. 

{!^ilil,iihj; h^l va. to reject; to draw 
back, to pull back ; to subdue ; to roll ; 
-[••rvn. to recede, to retreat, to flinch; 
to be repulsed, driven hack; - winLnj, 
turning of the wheel; - jui,y!„i,nii , to 
compassionate the poor; to pardon; - 
l.liuj„ui%uii., to be restrained, bridled, 
reined in; u 



U'iMiitniluiii — nlirL 



•tttn. iXli I 



P.W • 20 

^^liifJhL.pfi^'ii , ^^.linirni-llh s. depres- 
sion; immersion, submersion. 

P%/iT<1rir, tj[i va. to oppress, to 
humble, to bring down, to debase, to 
throw down, to subdue, to humiliate; 
to blunt; -l„rvn. to sink, to faint, to 
succumb; - ^iif! > to be a hindrance, 
or stumbling block to ; - ^Ai/. pt<i-.«»#/p, 
to bow beneath a weight; to be over- 
whelmed , or disheartened ; ^^/^jfX-u/^ 
juMin,,^ , ftiiq. luirop , bowed by the 
weight of years; - nlffi, to retire, to 
withdraw ; to impede, to hinder. 

nt-jfi va. to Stretch, to lay down, to 
put to bed. 

-i^ili.r vn. to stretch one's self in bed, 
to lie down, to go to bed. 

^linqin-'iini-iK, s. goiugtobed: the 
back of a chair. [to be a partisan. 

Qi4nY?/u////.j s. bed-fellow; - iViikij 

^•hy-L' ^•fut' 4"'-?/'j or ^/'y *• 
walnut; - J^iiu'^n.n, nutmeg; - iflni-liu,^ , 



; C12 

"•-("•HP I to take by force, to storm, 
to subdue, to conquer. 

Qfc^.«/«»m s. but. choke-weed, oro- 
banche. 

ClriJ,i/i,ui^ s- earthen flower-pot. 

[^^iJuin-pi-it , n.-ji s. leopard. 

l^*/^/.*/, s. leopard skin. 

Pi,Jlrn.u,f^ , jf,^ s, pi. gift, present, 
drink-money. 

PiJt-nJriT, A-j/f va . to consign, to 
place in the hands of some one ; to 
lend, to give; to undertake, to prove; to 
transmit, to refer, to leave in writing ; 
-/"/■ vn. to receive from, to take, to 
obtain; to be given, consigned, re- 
commended; pnqnt-PpL.'r, - , to pardoD, 

to forgive ; //n^rmiiu — muuilrqiuu , to 

give names to the stars. 

PpiJt-n.ni.pi.c.'ii s. giving ; tradition, 
treatise, discourse. 

Qi.i/rLY_, ry s. suckor, bud, shoot, 
spring, Jbutton, gem. 

t^ij^lii-iilrir, tj/i vna. to bud, to shoot, 
to put forth, to sprout, to germinate, to 
blossom. 

^iAI,€jin,.!ih s. budding, sprout. 

{^•Jini-^,r, hjuif vn. to unclose, to 
blossom, to be born; to dawn, to ap- 
pear, to show one's self. 

[|ir^n<_,^,„ , £.,^mn«_y s. giraffe, came- 
leopard. 

-ipjiir vna. to deprive one of his pro- 
perty, to despoil, to exhaust, to ex- 
tenuate, to reduce to the last shifts ; 
to be deprived of one's property, &e. 

Qiw«c/n,^ni/^ a. avaricious, greedy, 
desirous. [created. 

^i^'iiuiiF, lujtuj vn. to exist, to be 

\_^iiu^u in S. y^iiiuL-l^in • 

(^i^.i/uj,o»7i_4 «• grimacing ( as a mon- 
key). 

^h^uukii "■■ loving riches, avaricious, 
greedy, covetous; - ilh,\,j; -u\,plrj; 
to hoard up, to save sordidly, to be 
niggardly. 

{^,^ul,iini-P^[i s. passion for riches, 
avarice, avidity, greediness. 

[^i^uuuiiugn,. a. accumulating, ga- 
thering,, acquiring wealth. 

P^i^.«i/u,„A a. spendthrift, prodigal. 

(^i^.uo.tu/j a • despising worldly 
wealth. 

\\r>f,i!,.l;in , t-limiuj a. rlch, fortunate, 
moiiied, opulent; loaded with riches; 



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- ip^'li-t! to be rich, to have one's neSt 
■well feathered ; ,a%p^l,^ - , very weal- 
thy, extravagantly rich; nua. t-i'lipli 
J'utuui'iij ~ , well oif, in easy circum- 
stances. 

V^iluiuJiuiiuiiuiJ', ut^iui vn. to be en- 
riched, to become wealthy. 

^i^t-kmnu-PliJii s. riches , abun- 
dance of wealth. 

{^littptuiia , [,j a. avaricious, nig- 
gardly, miserly, sordid. 

{^^i^^uiqan^pji s. avidity for wealth, 
insatiable avarice; .u'>»y«/#^ - > insatiable 
thirst for riches. |[cher. 

^''i!"L S- lil?''i.'"«-t'" ; -tmi-npi a- ri- 

V^'i-iP^H'^'i-u.J- S. QV-^t"""^'""/"- [ble. 

[Jy.^4-,^% a. .created ; visible, sensi- 

UV'4. -ii"-lt s. trifles, gewgaws, 
small matters, toys. 
^fc^WL ad. why ? 

Q'fcjn^Y., £^y or »/"«- s. heifer, bul- 
lock, calf of a year old. [approach. 

[!^imu/i„iiligl„rvn. to have affinity, to 

^i,„m'in,.li^nu.p-'[, s. familiarity, par- 
ticipation. 

^imu,%iuj; ^'ti-- , •"j'y vn. to seed, 
to come to seed. 

Y^imlMtiniflttuir S. X^iulujUlrtltuiri 
l^uiiM/btunnt-qiulthir D. \_liinruhh-— • 

i^'uiu/htiuli , hlituj a. s. familiar, one 
who is of the family, acquaintance, 
intimate friend, [tically, confidently. 

{'^%u,u/i,t-p,tip ad. familiarly, domes- 

l\%i„u,'i,lrii.n/%a. very familiar; proper. 

{!^iu,iiiiih/iu,% a. familiar ; - ^Inu'ifp , 
domestic life. 

i^„niu%klinmnii o. s- murdcror of 
one's family, parricide, &c. [bitation. 

P^,i,iu/hti/jj„Lpii s. familiarity ; coha- 

PliMi.i.a'i.lriiii^ir, lrjja;i vu. to familiarize 
one's self, to grow tame, familiar with, 
to keep company, to frequent, to com- 
municate ; to get inured, to accustom 
one's self; mimo/u/mf -, to be accus- 
tomed to a hermit's life ; - 4raV/<A/' 
•iaii-uimnji , to observo the precepts of 
the Faith. 

Plimu,%lruk[, a. loving one's family. 

^,miu'iilr^ni.jiu%lrir, nt-jfi VU. tO rCU- 

der familiar, to tame, to civilize, to 
humanize; to accustom 



\^lftlu/hh , llt-ni , lllru/n 



s. familiar, 



domestic; proper; native; tamed; in- 
timate, friend, relation ; domestic ; -p . 
family ; 4™yp -?,fr«,j , the father of a 
family ; - uituinkpui^r, intestine strife, 
domestic broils; civil war; - 5-/u«-</». 
7Cu/i,, p-^biuJl,, traitor, intestine foe; 
-4""-"""a> faithful to the Truth; - 
ipilri_ ifiinj , to be familiar with, or 
versed in literature. 

P^nniu%nM^p-^i^, s. familiarity, con- 
fidence , communication , frequenta- 
tion; habit; intimacy; friendship; - 
/^iif. Iii,„2_, carnal intercourse with a 
woman ; j- lin^k^ij to domesticate, 
to tame. 

(^ii.i«A»i._4/f sf. female neighbour, 
intimate friend; house-maid, servant. 

^hinuiuni-'ii , —ihiniiin. a . familiar , 
brought up in the house; S. Qi.fu/un£-%. 






immovable, firm in 



1^ hiiilT/^ —ni-^ 
Y hiiih-iiuil£ii 

one place. 

(^iii'l>it a, chosen, worthy; fine, 
good; civil, of good family, elegant, 
excellent, exquisite, nice, genteel, 
pretty, noble, polished, precious, pure, 
singular, sovereign, superb; — , the 
best, the most excellent, the choice, 
^the select, the flower, the cream; 

w— — nttinn,nL.u7t ls-n.lili n ^uf lejn inn i- [3-/11^1 , 

precious ornaments served to beget 
pride ; i^ — « T""2'z/'^ inninitjlihnij , he 
beat down the choice troops, the 
flower of France ; •t.n,^inupir[_ii- - 
%iii^ininiatiu , ^^u , to ro-unite the bra- 
vest warriors, the picked soldiers ; - 

- ui'iiiunniii^ , very fat animals ; — jnjtf , 
best, first quality; S. [^>/"Y>t^u.^»./?« ; 

- iruiinh^iimj-lip , classic author; /^nj. -«» 
4./At^, to select, to make choice of, 
to elect ; J- lunXt-ij to give the choice, 
to permit the selection ; - mufbhij to 
choose, to make choice of, to appre- 
ciate; i^""i";i "'kpi he who has the 
choice, arbiter ; ifunuui p-nnuign/g ffi,^ 
iniinf inhiupu jlfiihi^, ho left them the 
choice. 

^ninitlfli S. ^i^nirl^i. 

Ciiuini.mn ad. by one's self, or itself; 
of one's self, naturally ; of one's own 
head ; of the house, from one's home ; 
of the family possessions, of one's own 
wealth. 

Piiiiiii,ii^ni%a. elective, eligible, elec- 
toral ; better, singular, exquisite. 



Crt-^ 



S08 



CUS 



^,n[,u.liu,'hn,.p'f s. elegauce, good- 
ness, excellence; examination. 

^lu.pui'ii s. choicest, flower; -<»«- a. 
select, choice, picked; arf. by choice, 



by selection; «/l<i4n«-ij 



y^ -u 



the flow- 
rich 



er of the youth; liui^uin^ 
or precious gifts. 

^••nfiiJiig, «. p/. choice, election, 
prime; act of picking; garbling; «»/»_ 
tru.p- -"tiu,^, pure silver. 

^MnphuJi_a. select, elect; virtuous, 
honest, upright. 

^i..,phiu,f.niii a. better, excellent, 
very good, preferable. 

^•u,pkiuMlili^ a. elected with another. 

^uiphfUB^inpC, a. elect and graceful. 

{^iiuiplrj, a. eligible ; most select, 
best; - t .ft^ ^ j.yuju.'iti^ , you 
must choose one of these alternatives. 

Qiu.^.t.r, A-j/i va. to elect, to choose; 
to pick, to sort, to cull ; to discern; to 
judge ; to distinguish, to difference, to 
know; to decide ; to love, to embrace, 
to prefer ; - nuipJ-uM, , to discern what 
is just; - ifJ-iuinJuuilih, to choose the 
time, to select the opportunity;™*. 
Iijit%u ufiililiiiiu i^iinphuiij angular ; c*- 
mphuii_liu,iMui-, he has chosen; jAuipb-^ 
jfj •ihn-tu'iihi, I would prefer to die. 

t^,i„pli^a. choosing, electing; *. elec- 
tor. 

{^lutpn,/^ S . C*""/'/'i.; discreet, pru- 
dent, judicious, wise. 

Piiinpniiiu^u/it a. able to discern, ha- 
ving judgment, rational; of one's free 
will; wise, discreet; *. judgment, 
criterion, free will or choice. 

Qi.»^o.^««-/3/f<-tr s. choice, election; 
discernment, discretion, judgment, 
understanding; -ptrujJii ad. discreetly. 

(^i,„{,n.-P[,i-% s. choice, election, suf- 
frage, choosing, wish; arbitration, deli- 
berative, decision, discernment, dis- 
tinction, discretion ; option; scrutiny, 
taste ; .//%<>/? -pt.iJi, , a vessel of mer- 
cy, chosen instrument; - p>^iuliu„r, li- 
berty, free will ; - u^niik-u to distin- 
guish ; -IS-lrtuUp. ad . by election, or 
choice. 

[^lu.piiUi^ s.pl. rebuff, refuse, trash, 
offal, scum, cheat. 

*ii>-p„^f S. 8o'/.p. 
^n.uiqpiu'i' s. hot. fennel. 



\_jLiit^ni^l^ S. |p?#^#it.V{p . 



Qwu. pr. according to, in relation to, 
as for, conformably with, agreeably 
to; proportionably, at the rate of; 
after; near, relatively; for, as for; on ; 
of; out; — ^u I — jiiint-jii fiiup^Wiuq \ ac- 
cording to me, in my opinion;- /.t-^n<.fr 
liu.pl,, according to capacity, to the best 
of one's ability ;<«y^-«»p««Fft< ^^,un-Jtnj, 
a man after God's own heart; 4/.\ ^jt 
^n - Jlimu , if thou hast a wife after 
thine own heart; - fiu</l<ui/f hiik;ui_'i,„_ 
pui , fortunately ; - •M/u-m^t-pli Jhpnur 
£-1. - "hiruliin^-Phiuii , in our image 
and likeness ; ^^t-ii^un/ \\u,p'by , 
north of Erzeroum ; - •u'liil^, , upon 
one's back ; wearing upon , - the 
shoulders,- the body; - a'«.%.i..^m^4/ri , 
about the streets; - 4^n»uj»»^./«4" f*™^. 
to pass through, or to wander about 
the public places ; - pimi-P t-a/i fuup[i , 
naturally or essentially good ; ^ ^u^ 

JinL^ 'l'''t**fl3 QUMllStt — oplthttil^h unpuM , X 

shall be governed by his example; 
lriu,'iih-i_- ^a,iiu,_pi,, to go out of town; 
•yp - mnXlf, ono after the other; «///" 

- luJkr , annually, every year ; op - opk< 
daily, every day ; ~'builuuMi,opb ju/hju,^ 
truij , for the sin of the first father ; - 
laitpnc hliuMjinf,^, , in proportion to his 
income ; - .«^ f.u<»>£Y., to judge from 
the appearance ; — Jiplruipu ufuim^u_ 
Tikuiu well proportioned, symmetri- 
cal ; — inernliu incrtipu fc-t- — ut^piuip'^a uj*^ 

(uMup^u , according to the various 
places, and different provinces ; - 
mttt^iu uit^uMah" n^uiMtp — ^/>^ , a lamb 
for every family and every house ; 
^piuJ-taph^ — %i/ui'hnt-Pli,^ , to havo no 
equal, unique; uA^ uAmIf^ ~ u,u^,r,u%u 
^n, to pass through your confines ;- 
p.u!bu uih^u!bki_, to bo iuexpressiblc ; 

- <{^«i« mJii,jiui,Is-u to be beyond under- 
standing, to be past finding out, incon- 
ceivable, incomprehensible; u,'bju,%iri_ 

- ijuif, , to go beyond; - u,I[l ip,l.-i_ 
jnu-jy^ki to be far from the sight of, 
alienated; - p.^huli, , of one's self; 
naturally, essentially ; - u.Jk%u,Ji,\, , 
totally, in all, entirely ; - •y'hj; as is 
said ; as they say ; - [.plip , - fij/ji^ , in 
some part, in a certain sense, in some 
way, or manner ; in part ; - npnt-W, as ; 
since; therefore;- npnt^iT..., - %Jl,'b, 
or "iinfUuiku , or ui;</iy4" t as • • • . as ; 
so..., as; - o^ti, like, after the 
fashion of ; - 'fc«/i»%t , after him ; - 



uyu,r„Xk , like this, similarly, equally ; 
t-M. np ■- lyuiTu/bk, &c. &c. and so on. 

H^umuAJ^iit-iT, trjl, va. to assume, to 
take, to put on, to put on one's back, 
to embrace, to undertake. 

^uuiu/iiJUint-pptX s. the wearing, the 
clothing. 

[^ufi/^^i-iii , [ij s. accusation, blame, 
reprimand , censure , reprehension , 
reproach, stain, imputation, criticism ; 
defect, fault, wrong; a. blamable, 
reprehensible ; - ipit-i_, to be blamed, 
or scolded; to accuse, to charge with, 
to blame, to scold, to censure, to con- 
demn : to know, to be informed of, 
to understand; - it^li-i_ pJ/:p , to obtain, 
to succeed in, to enjoy, or realize one's 
wishes ; - juiiiXi, iun^,nt.ij to be blame- 
worthy, to be in the wrong; - ad. 
reprehensibly; culpably ; with shame, 
or remorse. 

^uiall.inui%lr>r, f-fn/r Dfl. tO aCCUSC, tO 

blame, to reprove, to censure, to con- 
demn , to reproach , to rebuke, to 
jeer, to reprimand, to impute^ 

luinif-inuAa o. \uuiif-p»-in • 
f^iiiat-[i^i^iw , &e. S. }\uihpln-p , &C. 
i\.,u.lrp2_S. Mmhpl- 
Xum/^liLpuMa O. W uibl^piMin • 
^uu,liir,ublij', Irguy Vti. to ShoO, tO put 

on shoes, or boots. 

\uiHitiUUhtTUMIU I tllsUtjny — tintjba I UiMlini 

s. pi. individuals, particulars. 

(K„«Jpn£kp s. pi. all the rest, all; 
each one. [companions. 

[^uui'iiJ'iM,j_p , ,yj s. pi. their fellows, 
{^um'iiiru/iilip s. pi. the following, suc- 
cessors, posterity. 

I «1/I npnulT o. I «#«» • 
\um opi/b o. I uuf • 



f*l).1- 



^ 



P' (toe or tow) R-n s. the ninth letter 
of the alphabet and the fifth of the 
consonants ; (3- , p- , nine ; ninth. 

- It is sometimes confounded with 
the letters y- and - . for example: 

.pMur-tpP- , ^ui'Jipf ; PuifiuipP- , P-ui^ 

{d>u,^, fj or lug s. crown, diadem, 
royal crown ; the Crown or regal 
authority, kingdom ; glory, honour ; 

- u{uiuiu>liuj% , tiara, the pope's crown ; 

— Ii-uf[iul^nu{nuurliutit , mitrO ; — aui^ni-ut^ 

liut%u,^ , coronet ; - «.«<4^ , crown of 
gold; S. <H//«»4; - uiit-'i.ni.i_, to become 
king, to reign ; - ^t-A-^^, 4™^t^( •i/bipii ) 
vn. to crown one's self, to put on the 

crown, to bind on the diadem; 

(««/^«-«/') va. to crown, to place a 
crown on the head of, to cause to 
rule ; t-ii-un- q^ jutn^uijcn^ , he crown- 
ed himself with the diadem of Asia; 
-mi. or -^i- uiu,uli[,ij to be crowned; 
u,ni,n^l_ ^- n,-pn<^ , to mouut auother's 
throne; - [• iHa--/" . crowned, wearing a 
crown on the head. 

P'oifiMf/.u/iifni-p a. curled in form 
of crown or diadem, curled, crisp. 

P'tuj-aiif-ini^u a. crowned, having a 
crown on the head- 

(3'u>^</<7./«»<«( a. royal, regal, kingly ; 
crowned. 

li'u,^iM,Q.[,p , i-pfj a . placing the 
crown on the king's head; having 
the hereditary office of crowning the 
king at his coronation; - ^ifr^> to 
crown. 

ft'„i^ui^pni.piii-'b s. coronation; ^nA. 
ifiii -p-t-aifi , inauguration. 

fi'uif.uiquip^, -quipif-lruiii a, crowned, 
adorned with a crown. 



{i'.n,l-uiqj„lt^lri/; /rg[l VCI. tO d'OWl], 



to adorn with a crown 



['■ 



^',ij„i.,un,upirnL.i,[, af. princess (of the 
royal family). 

\i^'uM,i.u,J-.Mj,i.,„%,f. ,'uig a. inheriting the 
crown ; s. heir to the throne. 

|9'«#^««4uY_, ,„_y a. crowned, that has 
a crown, reigning, that holds a crown; 
-. H^^un) , queen. 

P'-»^u^^/y a. that shares a crown; 
that reigns jointly. 

P'.«y.,^«,ni_ a. that gives a crown, 
that crowns. 

{i',uii.,a,_,jp , ,„j s. king; *bridegroom; 
— »uy , the - of -s ; - 2,'?/"^ • the - of 
Armenia!; 4fr.y^4-' -, long live the -! 
Gjd save the -! - ^lr%q.,^%h^j , the - 
of beasts, (lion) ; - p^.^^ng , - of birds, 
(eagle) ; - itu„iliu/i,g , queen ( Arm . 
king) of flowers, (rose) ; - l,J^ S. 11/.. 
■^•"jl'k »•»' ; -f • certain hymns of the 
Armenian Church ; - ^-u^ jn..,lhpl^ [, 
'ltp";j •iijl,,u,pC,l, n,_p„i_^ , to be made - 
of some country ; - mnfiihi^. to make - , 
to cause to reign. 

iO'u,,i.,u^n[,u,pu,[, ad. liingly, royally. 

\0*iUif.jnt-nftMurl-[ip iOli in k- ti/Tt^ S , The 

Book of Kings. 



.^t. 



-^,, 



^ ^ -^Mt.^/ , ^[i , i^ijjjf a. of 

royal race, blood or house, descend- 
ing from^kings ; s. prince (royal). 

P'i«j,«<-/»^.«4uA a. royal, regal; s. 
royalist ; - 2r„A,u«/«,^4 , the king's 
highway, main road, jthe highway; - 

o<{ , /i</ S. Il/if"//'^ '•■i • 

P'.«»f«/i_n^i«4"'^<"«-/^/>ti s. royalism. 

P*,</^i«<_/r^.//;{t^o/ a . king-like, like 
asking, regal, royal. 

Y^tutf.,ut-npiitli^tj D. \0*ujq.ttt/£^,q ; — #/i. 

>./.,/•, -ligliiT vn. to reign together ; to 
reign contemporarily. 

P'<«'/-iut./7^#«%////«. a. capital, where 
the king resides. 

P'lnj.iiiM.niiui'i.p s. court, courtiers. 

V^MUn-iui^niiiiiiifl^u to. ~UMU.uin • 

^u,n.u,i_nfi,uuuMu,„ a . with royal 
threats. 

V^uin-uit-nplruiiji. crowned; — ^uniuip, 
royal or capital city, seat of govern- 
ment. 



10 p-mj- 

[i'.uif.uiijnph.r, tijl vn. to be crown- 
ed ; to reigri. 

Yi^UMn-uat-nlfh-iint-aUilttrir t '11-^1' VCi . tO 

make king , to crown ; -nt-gf- ihq_ 
p„.q.u„lnp , I have given you a king ; 

- ^^u,i,n.n.-P-'f , to preach the truth 
publicly. 

[i)'u.Y«.^n/r«.^a. reign'ng; s. reigning 
prince, a crowned head- 

f/i'uifiiii-npnpil-[i S. U-Pp'^/"l"l-[' • 

{i'u,ii.,„i.npnt-(3-t>tjr, s. reign, empire ; 
royalty, crown; kingdom ; «^£»'j «^"'. 
piuin„i -ph.uX, interregnum; - ot -^, 
The Book of Kings. [crown. 

p-.u/^t,/-, frj/, vn. to make king, to 

^uj,f.pi,liu,ini-Plidi s. coronation. 

p-iu^^i^tj a. that refuses a crown ; 

- luniitfj to dethrone. 

\d*utif^iuif^tan &.C. D. {0*ui^iiif£itjp , SlC. 

^(^,I/ifI7I-u.6- s. hiding-place, lurking- 
place. 

p-u.^^.-*;// */■. Queen ; fig, church: 
moon; -■>/ \S-"Pl^'l''f ~ Sathinice; inu/p 
~i,>-n/ii , the - mother ; k^'aa'^ -">• • long 
live the - ! God save the - i 

s. dignity of queen. 

P'lwa-nt-iifff t Y^MUi^nt-quMliUil'f [O'uirf.^itf' 

&C. S. P'lu^nt-uin , &C. 

P^/ujt./", tj/. vn. to run. 
P"iu/? , //J s. hand ; palm of the hand; 
-nu-lj), foot; the sole of the foot; 

- lilr'ini.iJiihu.j , paw, claw, talon ; - t-p. 

IiumP^i , gauntlet; (^tf-nph-ft miah^nt^iu^u^i^ 

fang, claw, grappling iron ; - i^nj , 
scale; S. 'b<^"'/" 

^.i,Pu,l„ a. covered, overspread; 
wet, moistened, immersed, soaked, 
imbued; dirty, muddy. 

^u,Pmi,u,ui a. mutilated, maimed, 
cut off. 

^'u,pu,£,lrpi a. cloven-footed, clo- 
ven-hoofed, fissiped. 

^u,pu,,iirj; t,/. va. to fill to the 
brim, to load ; S. P'-///3 «.«-£- jT. 

[i'uiPu.ipiJii a . full to the brim , 
loaded, overflowing. 

P"i«/3.«/.i., P'/«/3fi/i., Pn.1,/ , ft'.tiP lanii 

s. whirlwind, water-spout. 

P'u//3,u._a. S. P"«u/3i"/") *• *rain. 

"htiTva. to plunge, to immerse, to soak, 
to steep, to drench, to imbue ; -/«/" 
vn. to plunge, to div6, to bathe one's 
self, to be imbrued; - ^ ^l,p,n%, - 
j«---l'^ .ppmin'ii , to be reeking with 



sweat ; - f^iq. ™,yzt«.« or juiqmkifnt-_ 

(3-1,^1,. , to wallow ill the mire , to 
grovel in filth, to drag in the mud; - 
•npkuiJp. or jinphu/u, to be imbrued 
or covered with blood, to wade, to 
welter ; - mi/Jh^^, to get splashed, co- 
vered with mud ; - .r^^iiung ^,„^,,„.._ 
p-p npn-u/iij , to be covered with filth, 
to be full of vermin ; - {. p^fiiu Ji„,„ir^ 
*/» • to apply one's self with the great- 
est attention, to study with diligence. 

^'•uPuii-ni-l/it s. soaking, drenching, 
dipping. 

P'.«/3-u,«.nt.i , -ot.^ a. full, very full; 
running over, full to the brim ; fur- 
nished; endowed; adorned. 

{d'uip-h-j; kj[, va. to supplant, to 
trip up; to insnare, to dupe, te deceive. 

^•np-m-u Pinj s. paw, foot. 

^u,puiu/ji , u,^ s. glove ; S. 2t"-4:(> , 

^•ipfuij; ^^lufui'ituiir, aijjiai vfi. to faint, 
to loose feeling, to become insensible; 

- [• 6-.«,/n«_4- , to laugh till one faints, 
to split one's sides with laughing, to 
choke, to burst. 

P'"Y£"i/ or ft'uiiuiuJlrii^ s . an ewe ; 
wether. 

\/i'i,i[P-ii,[_ s- acre ; - luuMquiJ" vn. to 
struggle , to writhe in the agonies of 
death, to be in convulsions, in agony. 

ft'iuifuutf s. fine thread. 

ft'inf^uiMrvn. to abhor, to detest. 

P'/u^.uiu.ir, uitjiy vn. to fall into a 
fainting fit, to faint, to swoon, to fall 
in a swoon ; to feel giddy, dizzy, to 
have a swimming in the head. 

p'u/f^uynt.a?. s. swoon, fainting, lipo- 
thymy. 

[i'uiiliu.jni-jjlii^a. that causes fainting. 

^uifn^li s. fainting fit, swoon, swim- 
ming in the head, giddiness ; nausea, 
disorder or rising in the stomach; 

- qupuiJiiJii •i-uMi_, to turn the stomach, 
to disgust, to loathe, to be sick or 
ready to vomit. 

^uMlutulii , ly s . importunity , in- 
stance, solicitation, entreaty;grief,sor- 
row, trouble ; -^ , dowry, marriage- 
portion, dower; - u,f,liiu'i,lTi_, to solicit 
earnestly, to importune, to entreat. 

fi'ui/uui%Aai1bp S. ^uijuiJiii ; -t/o^ ad. 
humbly, in a suppliant manner, ear- 
nestly, urgently. 



^uifiiu^iiri^ a. troublesome, impor- 
tunate, annoying, tedious, tiresome, 
disgusting. 

ju/iilrir, /»«-y/> va. to solicit earnest- 
ly, to importune, to entreat with ear- 
nestness ; to molest, to annoy, to vex, 
to torment, to cease not from entreat- 
ing, or causing annoyance. - 

P'u./u.xA.ifrj/.i-jf^ a . importunate , 
urgent, troublesome, tedious. 

fi'u.^„ji,Jt[iir, kyuj vn. to wish for, to 
desire; to have need of, to want; to 
sadden, to afilict. [P'.u^«iV/<f.u?/p. 

P^.u/u/fA- «. affliction; grief; a. griev- 
ous, afHioting, disconsolate, forlorn; 
-^ ^J-'b^u.li^ .black bile, deep sadness; 
-^/y;.i«<3,compunction,regret,remorse; 

ffhlllT'l,n^l_ q- upml , tO COUSolC , tO 

cheer up ; — « uMp!iustilTf^MiMn.uM2l' m-pni-^ , 
to supplicate, to beseech, to implore. 

^utluiraitf-l^i a. ad. sorrowful, mourn- 
ful ; sorrowfully, mournfully. 

|ch™^/6-.«»^t'/" a. of a mournful coun- 
tenance, melancholy, sorrowful, sad. 

fi'uifuifuiil, , -iPj a. full of sadness, 
of bitter grief, very sad, painful, bitter; 

- •Ji„i,/ri_ riap , to afflict, to sadden, to 
cast down. 

(S'lu^i-iu^iott a. sorrowful, grievous, 
melancholy. 

fi'a>/ulyt-u,i_ "'• sorrowful, afflicted, 
melancholy, gloomy. 

^uiluithil S. P'u./ui-u/^"'* • 
^uiftiitlrgnM-^iJlihj; ni-ijfi VU. tO Sad- 

.den, to afflict, to make desolate. 

p"™/./*-/.!/", itir^iy vn. to grieve, to be 
afflicted, to mourn. 

ii'u,fi,l>-ni,ppi-% s. sorrow, grief, sad- 
ness, affliction, melancholy; mourning. 

ft^iu/f , [, , P'ui//i, , lia/ii s. mallet; large 
hammer; paver's beetle, rammer;-?. 
Iin^lfii^i^ ly-tt";! ikc^ k""'liip ip" I 
you will make me your scourge. 

^uM^ui[iuli s. dalmatica. 

P"««4"'4"^ «• beating with a sledge- 
hammer ; hardening with the hammer. 

P'/u^ui^, p-u.^u.f^Y. *• mallet , mall, 
sledge-hammer, beetle. 

P'ui/iuiiiui^ s. small beetle: archi- 
trave ; - or -'/""i^. capital (of a pillar) ; 

- iuii.ni. , top (in the rigging of a ship). 

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P'u.t/.apif. or -pP^ , ftg or <i/j *. trap, 
snare, gin, net ; -o^ np„uii^ uiuipiliiu^ 
lilri_, ifiuiiiirij uipliuMiiriJt - , to draw iiito 
a snare, to entrap, to catch ; ^••ipi_ 
[• -[,, [, -[, i,u,pli,u'i,\,u to fall into a 
snare, to be entrapped ; -iu«- £^«-/» pfr. 
pir/^ to beat the water, or the air, to 
toil in vain, to have one's labour for 
one's pains ; npufku - ^ni/ffi,' ,a'itjn,-_ 
gMu'Lt-i^^^puim , to be heedless, to dis- 
regard warning or admonition, « in at 
one ear, out at the other ; n S. [!/»"_ 
•t"iiP- ■ 

P'lu^iM.pii.ui^l.l, s. he who lays snares 
or spreads nets. 

fi'ui^uipq.uiuiiuu, , -huMi_a. trapped; 
ensnared ; S. ^i'luliujpq.ui.i.l.p . 

^luliuip^uMuiiuuilip a. that entraps, 
ensnares ; deceitful. 

yi'uMliuipq.uiiliiiiliirir, tr^li va. to enve- 
lope or take in nets or snares, to en- 
trap, to entangle, to catch. 

|9>u/f <»^^£-</-, tj/, va. to entrap, to 
ensnare, to decoy; to take in a net, 
to catch, to lace; to entangle, to allure, 
to dupe ; - ^i^lr%,yu , to spread a 
net, to lay snares. 

ii'uiilr.r, t-jp va. to hammer; to 
beat; to ram. 

]P*UJ lilt ill l£nL.it_ S. ^Miiliiitliwii^ • 

^•"hyk' k"'-h"'3 s. pitcher, water- 
vessel, jug, jar, water-pot, vessel, 
pot; cup, mug, goblet, bowl: the 
saveall of a candlestick. 

P"""Z.' fa *• quarter, ward, district; 
part; neighbourhood; - or -^, felt; 

-hiuL. uluiMnfi-i_. to felt. 

*^'u„i,up^u.,^ a. unveiled (female). 
|3*.oy<a{> , ujj s. felt head-piece. 

vn. to be Ijuried together. 

[o'uiilii/iip- , -%^ > "3 • ba < "'3 *• mem- 
brane, cuticle, pellicle, tegument; o- 
mentum, caul, reticulum ; diaphragm. 

Wui.pu'iip-uiif.hii^ -^upif. a. furnished 
with a membrane, membranous. 

^'uiiiu/iip-wp-hi. a. bat-winged, hav- 
ing membranous wings. 

^ui,iu/ii[^„jyi, a. membranous, 

S^ui^uM'tip-uitniuinkuii^ a. enveloped 
with. Or in a membrane. 

^ui.fiJi.p-liirvn. to produce or form 
a pellicle. [castrated, gelt. 

\/>'uiqiuuinut.np , ^'uiquiiruuii-np , <//j a. 

(*'"?"'/' > "•3 s. earthen-pot or vessel, 
basin; flower-pot. 



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|3"«#Yi-a»/ a. worked in felt. 

{d'.aqi-ir, tj[M va. to inter, to bury, 
to entomb, to inhume; to bury in the 
ground, to pay the last honours ; to 
hide; -/>«/"i'n. to be buried; - 4^*?-«'*- 
i-»yfc , to bury alive ; [• yun-u CJ-ui^uii_, 
sunk in grief. 

fi'.u'ilrpi.li^s. tragedian. 

ft'uMiJrpii.ni-p-lii^t s. tragedy. 

^laiikfpli- s. felt-maker- 

^u„iP-, />j s. bot. cyclamen, sow- 
bread. 

p-i^Y^ s. felt cloak ; S. P"«»'t. Tl«"a"; 
bot. wild artichoke. 

^u-nipufiiuij; luyy vTi . to hardoH, 
to become hardened. 

p-u/Yii *• talc. 

ii'utqjiu/iiiM.ir S- ^u>,i^[-ir. 

P"/»y4.ui/.«/.o a. rumpled, disordered, 
discomposed. 

P>,«^ij/.j/*, tjmj vn. to grow tighter, 
thick, to condense, to be condensed. 

P'ut,ili,ji-3ii s. thickness, condensa- 
tion. 

P'u/y4««//»i u,j, ^u>,i4u-i_ s. woman's 
cap (in form of an earthen pot). 

fi'iunJiutiiMM^uii a. funeral, funereal; 
- ^u/Lij-iu, funeral, burial, funeral 
rites, procession or train. 

p-mf^n//^ a. living in the same 
neighbourhood. 

p-u/Yntia s. sepulture, burial, in- 
terment; funeral; ^ /»;«/ p-uiqpij to be 
buried like an ass. 

^uiiint,"!, a. thick, close, compact, 
dense; chem. stable. 

p-u-iT*. enemy, foe. 

P'«.JJ., u,j s. saddle; pack-saddle: 
calf of the leg ; - ilunfu liiu'huiii^ , 4"'t. 
iHuililw -, side-saddle, pillion; ui^muAu.. 
lik-ij nuu-'i,ni-i_lt ~, to mount, to vault 
into the saddle; -«# '^•upliu,'i,lri_, - [• 
"iini^u ifiik-ij to saddle; p.u>iJiiuii_,j-^, to 
throw off the saddle, to dismount. 

P'uii^u.^17^6- , u»j s. saddle-maker, 
saddler. 

^uMirpuimhu-li , -uifjy «. rag, tatter, 
old clothes ; a. old, ragged, shabby, 
threadbare, all in rags; S. S'/»w^«'4- 

^'uiirpk-tT, tr^j, va . to saddle , to 
harness. 

P'uy^^S. P'«#ijp. [kindred. 

\i'utjp,„pnuip s. pi. the relations, the 



P><i>%, ^j s. soup, porridge, broth; 
skimmed milk; - nuufltL-aif , pottage 
of lentiles, lentile soup; dish of pot- 
tage. IP^kU^k- 

(3'<»'>i«#^ , ^j s . sheet-iron ; iurk . 

P'iii%ui^uiui , [ij a. abstaining from 
soups. 

[ii'u/b.nir. p-iajil, va. to wet, to bathe, 
to dip, to drench, to soak; to moisten, 
to bedew, to water ;- t"A;J"'t/* /"-/» 
uipuiiuunt-a^, to batho one's pillow with 

tears; utnttiuium^ou — atttnu nt-nni-o f to 

bathe the feet with one's tears;- Yf»"«-/» 
// uiuipui%nj ni-pnt^_ , to cut the throat, 
to massacre;. - juipliJbu p.ui,fj;ug, to 
butcher, to slaughter, to shed much 
blood, to swim in blood; - ^ tl^-t' to 
soak, to steep in wine; ifbui^pi u.iuu'iig 

Pu/liuMinj [• </^^<«/ irnilnt^, thOJ paSSCd 

the sea dry-shod. 

^tu'i.uij'u/ii , pij s. soup-t'ureen. 

[3'u>%ii>^ , [, , Mill. s. ink; ulrusi- — , black 
ink; /{u,pjpit -, red-ink; S. M-offi""^ 
i^h-/^'j l^iuufnjui —I blue-ink; «»*y"'^/"'^. 
piruAi, printing-ink; - ■^k-'iiu,^, Indian 
or China ink; ufiikij^ -, indelible, in- 
destructible ink; ^minutilip , ituiiriiu,_ 
the - ' sympathetic, invisible, secret 
ink ; - %^u'7,uiii.[in<-P-lru,'ii , marking- 
ink ; utputm , p^a- -^ , ink^spot, ink- 
stain; utftuitnhri^iut- 1 to ink; dplCnmllfj 

ai,i,.,lT,ipi_-uit., to be inked all over; 
uiyiaii, il'2_--b < ink-pot, ink-bottle; «u_ 
ifii/ii -[, , ink-horn, inkstand ; S. Il.«f^"»_ 
•iLip . [girth. 

p*™*/^ a. S. P'a/ii/i , &c. ; *. saddle- 

P'mifuili , uMji s . merchant ; shop- 
keeper ; retailer ; inn-keeper- 

fi'u/r,^u,iiuiiuMi, a. mercantile, com- 
merciale ; esteemed, precious, dear. 

P'uAf.uiiiui'ii , uM^ s. treasure, treasu- 
ry ; museum ; cabinet, collection ; - 
^pliimu'iihtu'b . the British Museum ; 
- ^•liT^uuM%n.ph,u'i, , the Museum of 
Alexandria. 

p-uA^/it-^A-i/", tg^ vn . to shun, to 
elude, to set one's self free, to steal, 
or to get away, to escape, to fly from, 
to avoid; to be ashamed, to shuffle, 
to use chicanery; -^in^_ ^louk-ij to 
speak with respect or reverence. 

P'«A/3- s. fine blade, thin plate ; fine 
membrane , pellicule ; - uiuiuilit-y , 
window-glass. 

P"uA/*/»"'-*V' *• elder-tree. 

^in%l,^ s. a little broth, pottage. 



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P'mi^ , -If. a. dear, high priced ; 
precious; - 4^, it is dear; ^^/f «?/ -. 
rather dear ; - Ju.p!fLnil, corpulent. 

Pv<%f u<^^.% S. P',u*/4 ; - u,„%lri_ , to 

make dear; - •liu-!C,un-iTi_, ,^1,^ muiu to 
sell dear ; — i^ty miuUnt-i, t^ma umui^ 
"iiiuu to buy at a high price. 

^uihliuip S. P'uA^uf^. 
}fl*iiM%l£ni-qli ^. ^ntitu%^h-iui» 

&',u'iilinL.pi„^,s. dearness, high price, 
dearth , famine , scarcity ; m^.nniJfc^^ 
ai%hi_ q-p-k-'bk [•[""•I I to complain of 
the high price of things. 

^u/hJip, Ani., A„iiip a. thick, big, 
great ; fat ; dense ; deep ; coarse , 
gross; rude, clumsy, rough ; gr. deep, 
flat, low (sound) ; mus. barytone ; s. 
zool. bustard ; ad. in great quantity , 
thickly ; - Jpnip , dull-witted, stupid; - 
inq-limni-P-l.Ji, , gross iguorance ; - Wiup^ 
«//'*> , weighty, heavy; corpulent; - «»*»_ 
•num., iTopni^p, dense wood; thick or 
bushy beard ; - ^-li, , deep sleep. 

^iu'iiipu,p.,uppuj,u a. of a gruff voice ; 
stammering. 

^u/i,Apiup.u,pnj a. coarse, rude, un- 
polished, clumsy, awkward. 

\**u/bipta^ni.[3-ftL^i S" ^[uJtupnl-P-ptJt* 

fi'u.%lpui,i.njii a. very thick, very 

dense; heavy, weighty, coarser; arf. 

more intelligibly. [lubber. 

^'•u%ipu,if.ufiiti.uMqa. heavy and slow, 

^iJiiipu,p uiipifup- a. very fat. 

Y>*UMbApiu[3-UMi^ O. yPiultipiuiniupiMIip . 

^',u'ii^i,iu[3-hi_s. tow (hemp or flax) ; 
S. •P/.L,^. [woody. 

^>u'bipuiP;,.-,{, a. thickly branched, 

^u/iiipuii^Mp a. of thick cords or 
ropes. 

{<^u/iiipuiihnnL, a. of an hard lan- 
guage; who speaks thick, indistinctly; 
of a strange speech. 

^uiiiipuMl„fiin, -l„ni.n^ia. thick;dense; 
leafy , wooded , full of branches ; 
heaped up, heaped together. 

^'afiiipu^lunp iFop. very deep mud; 
pond, marsh. [dense. 

^.M,'i,ipuii,n^ a. very thick, very 

^u/iiipui^tnii^ a. thick with earth, 
fertile. 

^'ufijApuiJ'uiif a. thickened, condens- 
ed; heavy, hard; viscous, curdled, 
clotted, congealed; bushy. 

^'lu'bApuiiTu.itni-P-litX 5 . thickness ; 
viscidity, tenacity. 



P'uA^pujJiypl, a . bushy , thick , 
■woody, wooded, sylvan, woodland. 

^u/iiipujinupJlfb a. heavy; plump, 
fat, corpulent, obese, fleshy, bulky. 

^u/h^piuJliu a . fleshy , muscular , 
plump, fat, greasy. 

P'uj^i^u/ij^in a. thick-sculled, stupid, 
dull , block-headed, dull-witted, awk- 
ward. 

P'MMAJiiuiirnpi^ a. thick-skinned. 

^ui%Jtpuiirun^3-l,Ji, s. obesity, stout- 
ness, corpulency. 

ft'u/bJpiuir.nnL.p-l.iJi, s. stupidity, dul- 
ness, heaviness of mind, slowness of 
apprehension. [well-bearded. 

^ufii^pMuiropni-u a . thick-bearded , 

^ui'bAitujj,u,„u,li a. thick bottomed; 
having a solid foundation. 

^u/iiipufbuij; iMi^iy vn. to thicken, 
to grow thick; to grow hard; to cur- 
dle, to coagulate, to clot; to augment, 
to increase, to accumulate ; - [< ir,u[,^ 
ULfi , to become incarnate; p-ufuipuM^uiL. 
uftpui J-nifn^i^yu.'i.u , thls poople's heart 
is waxed gross ; p-uAA[,u/iiuijp lu^tu^ 
ifuilfii, hp^l,,.,^, ,th.e uproar increased; 
the fear redoubled ; p-ufiiipu,giruii_ a. s. 
thickened, thick ; concrete ; /t-uini - , 
very fertile hill ; 2r'-p - . impure water. 

^ii/ri^puiuinituM a. big-bellied, cor- 
pulent, thick. [leafy. 

l^u/iiJipiMiuuinuipP^ a. densely leaved, 

P'"A<{^,«/«f^m a. thick-witted, rustic, 
stupid, half-witted, hard, obstinate. . 

p'u/iiApitiuililit-n., —inuifiiult o. sprcad 
thickly over a great space, scattered, 
spread everywhere; very thick, crowd- 
ed. 

^ufbipuimuipuiijt a. that pours, that 
falls thick like hail, heavy, abundant, 
closed, compact; - "iilrm^, countless 
arrows ; - MuiFu^p %lr,al,j , a shower of 
arrows. 

tj/. va. to thicken, to condense ; to 
coagulate, to congeal. 

^,u'i,ipu„l,ni-2_a. thorny, having ma- 
ny hard thorns. [board. 
^iJiiipiu^uipm s. paste-board; card- 
{i'ia'LJlpni-P^[it,% s. thickness; solidity, 
density, bigness ; concretion, coagula- 
tion, condensation; consistence; fat- 
ness, plumpness; plenty, abundance; 
rusticity, awkwardness; stupidity, 
dnllneas;- &/rp„,.ptuA , great old age. 



U P'lIS 

P'u.'i,^, [, , p-uA^ , ^,jj s. diarrhoea, 
looseness; dysentery; piles, hemor- 
rhoids; colic; fistula, [morrhoids. 
^u/i,iii,iiun_ a. affected with the he- 
[ii'.u'ii^j' va. to mutter, to grumble 
on awakening. 

P'u/'iy pr. without, except; S. \],a.u,%j , 
^lu^lfbuili , /uj s . handkerchief j 
towel ; - niitf-uig , ^pinuiit, pocket - ; - " 
mtupu/iin^fi , neckcloth , neckerchief ; 

— ilh-inuJoiihuJJ t SllK • 

^•u^n s. nms. an Armenian note ("-^j 
|3*u.^t.r, tj/» vn . to mumble , to 
mutter. 

i4"a/«-, [, «. roosting place, perch; 
bar , stake for siipporting vines : *- , 
swing; see-saw. 

P»u./i-««//'a. faded, tarnished. 

(9'u/n.mJtjn«_j«AA-«r, nt-tjl' VU. tO CaUSB 

to fade, to wither, to tarnish. 

fi'ujn.iuJpj', Jkguij vn . to fade , to 
wither, to decay ; to be tarnished. 

li'ian.uii/h^P-pL.'h , -niMl S . fading , 

withered state, dfecay. 



(3>u 



/#«< I ha f y^oMfi^utUiuMfio f yf*uia-utff 



I'j s. sigh, groan: colic, bowel com- 
plaint. 

^uiiLu/ii^ir, ^lan-iu^iT, t-jj[i vn. to 

sigh, to groan : to lament, to weep ; 
to have a severe colic. 

pnL.uij , belling of the stag. 

|9'u/ii..«/^ , [i s. sturgeon. 

ft-ain-liir, k-^iy vn. to perch, to roost, 
to go to roost. 

p-uiu , // s. cup, mug. 

p'liiuwli s. white skull-cap. 

(d'uiiiuii/', aijj^, fi'uiut-J', tjf vn. to 
wheeze, to pant, to be out of breath, 
to breath short, to breath gaspingly ; 
/3u.i.i-^ n^..«5 , to be asthmatic, to 
have difiioulty in breathing. 

fi'uMunt- , uij s. farthing. 

^luanJii a. panting for breath, asth- 
matic, short-breathed, wheezy ; - or 
\i.P^nu.%l, ^[Af,, Taxes wine; strong, 
generous wine. 

^,uu,lrpiiil<iiu,i^ , ifni-j s . dramatic 
representation, play, piece ; 'iiip^iu'iipi 
- , pu/tif, •f.upiu^yp'i, , the play-begins, 
the curtain rises. 

^'uiuihpiiiliui'ii a. theatrical. 

^luinbrpiuukp s. a play-goer, lover 
of theatrical representations. 



fi'utint-puiulipni.p-li^i .1 . fondness for 
theatres and public spectacles. 

ft'tuuip, uihpi/ or uit-piuij s. theatre, 
play-house; drama,play; the audience, 
the spectators ; luuMiiy,n,i_ p^muik-p , 
scene , stage ; i,piuuiuipuili p-ujinhfi , 

pit ; oPhutli [3-iumh-n , boX \ q-liuiiul^ 
tnE-l/po , uilimh'auntu f l^iulo- [a-utinhn f 

tiers of boxes ; mmiuuili , ui[iu,ui^ P-w. 
mlrp , ticket for the play ; trui'iini.^ni-Uii 

P-uiuitrp , play-bill ; ^t-p^^uiiilruii_ •f-ni-_ 

•ru,pbuMi_ liuii_p-iM,mlrpU , to crowd to thc 

play ; ' zf^'-p2- •iP''""'^r^ '^iv^3""~ * ^^^ 

amphitheatre was burnt ; - />«& ti 
ml^^pg , all the world's " a stage ; S. 

fi'uiuipuiuilru , uMij s. spectator. 

^lumpn'iiuiliu/b a. theatrical, scenic; 
- "hiiuipg , scenery , scene ; - p.uh,,a_ 
u.nh,ih^„,.p-lii:i, , dramatic poetry , the 
drama. 

^•upuilu , nj , u/j s. matter, sanies, 
corrupted matter. 

^uipuiluiuilij , -uiititft a . purulent, 
sanious. 

P'u.^m/ua/S-fit.S- a. that draws oif 
corrupted matter. 

i^uii,u,luu,[if.lri_ a. hindering the dis- 
charge of purulent matter. 

X^uapualayanM^quMUSrJ' t "'-jl' VCC . tO 

render sanious, to make purulent, to 
corrupt. 

^lupiu^liir, Ir^mi vn . to become 
sanious, to be purulent, full of cor- 
rupted matter. 

p'iuirifjh/ii, lug s. translator; com- 
mentator, paraphrast; interpreter; 
translation ; - 4"7_. ipilri_ m-Jlrp , to be 
an interpreter. 

^utpi.J'u/ht-ib a- translatable. 

^uip^iTu/iiirJ; frjf va. to translate ; 
to Interpret, to explain; - juA^-ij^u/. 
^uaii /^qni-^^§ ^un p.ujpfLiun- , to translate 
from English into Armenian ; - ju/ii_ 
uiujutnuiiitnjiq • mill ^uii£inj , TO translate 
off hand, extemporally , fluently ; - 
pBi(t mn. piuiL, to translate literally, 
word for word. 

fi" uip,i.jhi%[,^s . translator; interpre- 
ter ; -^ t The Seventy, (translators of 
the Septuagint) ; the Interpreters of 
the Armenian Scriptures , ( S . Isaac^ 
S. Mesrob, &c. ) 

^iup^ir,u'iin>-P-li-^ s. translation, ver- 
sion ; interpretation , explanation ; 



13 f*u.h 

Xnlu,uii.nj% , /^j.uipju,fi - , paraphraso ; 
latfuiu, -, p.uMn.iu\,u'u -, frcc transla- 
tion ; literal - • [lators. 
^uipq.iTMiiiju.i.l.p a. written by trans- 
^lupifjrulbopk'u ad. by translation; 
by interpretation. 

*^,^pP. ^...pp^uj.^ s. twinkling of 
an eye, wink, twinkling, trice; l,-u,li.Ji„ 
in a twinkling, in a trice, in a wink, in 
no time ; -j. , eye-lid. 

p'lUpP-uiilii.i'rMp S. ^uipP-iaipiii^lth. 
\«'iiipP-ujiplr,ini^ijui'iilTir, "tj^ va. to 

cause to loiter, or wander about, to 
lounge, to idle ; to skirmish, to divert ; 
to keep at bay, to occupy with, to 
distract; to lull with vain hopes. 

^iapl3-iMi,pl„r, k-juij vn. to wander, 
to loiter, to lounge about; to be in- 
volved in difficulty, perplexed with 
business; to haunt, to frequent ; /. - 

umIiiuIi S. y^iup[d-Mut^ . 

{<i'iupP-uiilin..Uh s. loitering, idling, 
lounge, sauntering; perplexity, entan- 
glement in business ; frequent resort ; 
- ui/fiaii S . ^MapP-iuij, . [wink. 

P'u/^/Ji-^Or ^uipPliijatiml, , ai^u^, to 
^u,pP^y..u.'l,_^ S. }S.pmlri-u.'l. pi. 

*^u,plu s. sketch, essay. 

P'nip/it,a%n^3-(,t,% ^ . frccdom from 
taxation. [tender. 

P'uipJ' a. fresh, young, green, soft, 

P'iapM/hj,nu,p , luj a. vain, frivolous, 
useless; vile, abject, inferior; superad- 
ded, false, factitious, artificial; gr. ex- 
pletive, [greenness. 

P'u/^./;»i-/3/io*/ s. freshness, verdure, 

i^ujp^r/lr^nt-gu/jih-l/', —Jpill —i/fii^P-lit^r 
b. Y^iun^ujJh-ijni-qtt^ilrir, &C. 

[O'lup^^, ^ij, , P'uipu[ia , uuli or uuMiif 

np . Tarsus ; .«4>/ ||^™/.^- , jacinth , 
precious stone of a flame colour. 
p-iupj, pr. without; S. U,n.<«ij. 

P-uy , ^ui^ui'limJ', ^ui^n,-P-l,Jl, S. 
\in'l,uj.^ , ^^2^, &C. 

^aijuA , [• s. victuals eaten with 
bread, made dishes; pittance. 

P"«#t , u,j , ni-y a . thick , bushy ; 
woolly, shaggy; gr. grave (accent); 
mus. flat. [long-haired. 

fl'u,^a„i.ku a. shock-headed, hairy, 

\i^tut-iuiLinp (5. ]p*utt^iuriatf-inp * 

^^un-iaif-ini-lu a. shock-headed. 

^ui'-iMMi-npir a. who makes or sews 
coarse articles. 

^uii-utqajpi. a. full, thick, bushy, 
leafy, green, branchy. 



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f4',«i-,«^ s. roll, act or state of rol- 
ling; S. P'.«^«i«^.<->'ffi ; a. rolling, tum- 
bling down; um-fi-, on a precipice, 
steep ; - •unimi-u to roll, to revolve, 
to turn round ; - p<"Va • ^ w^inding 
discourse; - ,nuMi_u,[iir,u'b , to cause one 
to roll in his own blood ; - •u'i.IiItuii^ 

^'.ui--ui-Mi,f.inp , -m-inp ad. in rolling, 
revolvingly, rolling along or down; 

— luuiiliul in-jitul^tjuun , i^pniui^nnuiqj , tO 

tumble down, to roll down, to pro- 
strate one's self; to agitate one's self, 
to fall dead; to be thrown down, to 
be upset; to throw a somerset; to 
throw one's self headlong, to precipi- 
tate one's self; - /„<u.^-»3»7t_yi«iA-£^, to 
roll, to prostrate, to precipitate, to 
fell, to upset ; - u/ji^mi- jwph.u'u [,,._ 
l-n,-ii; he fell rolling in liis blood. 

^u,i-ui[ui^,u,^ a. which goes rolling. 

P"u.tuY.,u4.,A a. rolling, that rolls. 

\d-^.-^^'i,l„r S. ^ui^mit'f. 
\V*iut^ui/n./nrr o. p'lui-iufiutt.inp * 
P^tat^utih-iPt "IP f )P*uti^iuitrawiL.aiijbtrirf 

nt-j/i va. to roll, to turn, to set rolhng, 
to revolve, to wheel ; to upset, to 
overturn, to capsize; [• p.uy -, to turn 
topsy-turvy, to turn elsewhere ; to 
remove, to take away ; -/b^rvn. to roll, 
to tumljle ; to wallow, to plunge in, 
to penetrate ; jyitkhc— • to roll on the 
earth ; (thq. M/hfitpp , ju,T<Jiiii - , to get 
covered with ashes, with dust; ^i^- 
u-lmiT- , to roll in the mud, to wallow 
in the mire ; - [> ^#«.^4"'-/^f"-'*"' tf^p^ 
aby , to give one's self up to sensual 
pleasures, to abandon one's self to, 
to plunge into ; lun-u,^, - , - •u'imIiu.'uJiij 

- u,n.u,£i, „,_p„L.^ , to prostrate one's 
self at the feet of, to implore; - <«.«. 
f>« , to give one's self up to, to incHne 
to, to bend towards. 

p-zuLio^j, u,^ s. bog, marsh, muddy 
place, miry hole, puddle. 

^,ui-uMini-Hh s . rolling , turning , 
wheeling ; rotation, revolution; incli- 
nation, propension. 

^u,i-u,,nu,lj -qlriui a. shaggy, woolly, 
hairy ; woollen. [dense woods. 

\0',ui-,uJhi-[i a . rendered safe by 

^ lu ...u/u, ill u, If a. hairy, hirsute (an 
epithet of Hercules). 

{i'.ui.uM/o'ii a . heavy eye-browed , 
beetle-browed. 



P'.u£..u7#i».r, Maj-y vn. to grow thick ; 
to become shaggy or hairy. 

P"«/..™^A-/. a. shaggy, hairy, hirsute; 

- lyp , hairy man, covered with hairs. 

^iiMM.uigni-^iu'iiirj; tiL-gli va. to render 
thick with branches ; to make hairy 
or hirsute. 

^uit-fi^ S . velvet ; - Jhuiuipulny , 

silk — ; piMii/pLiitliuipiuin.% -, cotton — ; - 
</>»»<-£-»<;, woollen — , or plush. 

^lui-ni-P- s. thicket, coppice. 

ft'iai.ni-P^lit-^i s. thickness ; hairiness; 
aspiration of letters or sounds; thick- 
ness of voice. [briery. 

fi;ui.„i.ut a. thick, bushy, tangled, 

|9><».^ , n, or ni. , [ij or /»"-j s. bottom; 
depth, profound depth, abyss ; fury, 
passion; fire, spirit; impetuosity, vio- 
lence; effort, furious attempt, strug- 
gle; -^ ■ sheath, scabbard; - i/A,/.-, or 
H- •u'i,^u,%ki_, to penetrate, to pierce, to 
run through, to iDore; to thread, to spit; 

- ,u'b^a/i,ln_. •Twu-'iiyu to run rapidly, to 
pass through, or traverse with impe- 
tuosity , to enter with violence or 
impetus; — or ifbiy — uibjni^gu/iilri_, ^uMih-jj 
^uiunL.jui'iiirij to pass, to bore, to pierce, 
to transfix, to thread, to run through ; 

lupir; ^- uini,n,-i_, to prepare for an 
effort, to gather one's self up; - mui/j 
to hurl, to launch, to fling, to throw ; 

- Iipji^ , fit, outbreak, burst of passion; 
^ -» if-J-nlun^ , in the depths of hell ; 

- c^'^ — I — ^ i^'if- — i . ^uii^'up-uiMp ad, 
penetrative, piercing, with penetra- 
tion. 

^uM^i,iA,^i^ a . transparent, clear, 
pellucid. 

(3'n#^<o%j raS-A-i/* va. to reflect, to 
shine; [3-ui^u,%^ u,n3iti_'&. |3*»i^ u/ii^ 

ona^auMlitrr • 

[i'tu.puA^ui^iMi'ii , -jiy[,% a. penetra- 
tive, subtile, piercing, pervious. 
^•M„^u/i>j,aiia/bn,-p-'^ ,1. penetrability. 

lriu,%k-i_, ijfbhi^ e-irphu *o penetrate, to 
pierce ; - ih'^yi_ itmu,^ , to think, to 
understand, to penetrate, to perceive. 

^u.i^.u'iyu.'iijni^li^, s. penetration ; 
penetrability. 

^uMgf.iu'iigirj; hg^ vn . to penetrate, 
to pierce, to pass through, to enter; 



P'U.* 2 

to be filtered through; to search 
thoroughly, to dive to the bottom of. 
^u>,piui,^tii, a. penetrable, permea- 
ble. 

. P''"^«"*jM «• that penetrates, pier- 
cing; transparent, diaphanous; - ^/Afr^ 

^tuifiu.'bgiinu.p-'ff , -^nt-P-fiii, s. trans- 
parency, pellucidity, diaphaneity. 

|3'<«^>ui'>ijn<_.% s. penetration , per- 
viousness. 

P>«.^u<n. a. vagrant; ad- like a -. 

^iuipuia.uMliu!ii a. vagabond; vagrant, 
wandering, roving, rambling; - 



-ikm , knight-errant ; - Ipt, 



W > 



the 



Wandering Jew; -^/£t/^S. ^.J^u,n.l,,r. 
P'uiifiuin.uMljtu'iinM.^liii, g. n, roving' or 
wandering life, vagrancy, vagabond- 
age, [or lounging about. 
fi'uii^uin.iu^ip s, pi. the act of idling 
P'wfiu'n-l'iT, Ir^mj vn. to Wander, to 
roam, to be vagrant, vagabond; to 
ramble, to rove, to stroll, to range ; 

- uM„m tt- uAj. , to wander up and down. 

P*<u^u»L.7<u,(/> ad. quickly, without 
delay, incontinent. 

\^uM]{,huMi_ a. emptied ; - «.«.„>/ , fall- 
ing star ; S. !],»»<-«< , l].</<,.'^; - '„,^fh^, 

hare-brained , empty-headed, giddy- 
pated, mad; s. giddy-pate, light-wit- 
ted person, blockhead, idiot, fool, 
madman. 

^uiilihtT, ty/l va. to overturn, to 
cast down, te fling or throw down ; 
to spill ; to empty, to exhaust ; to take 
away, to take by force, to possess 
one's self of; to cast oif ; to disengage, 
to deliver , to release , to relieve ; 

- ijuiinujifu, to extract, to pull out, 
to draw a tooth ; - ^t^t'"-^" • *o 
unhinge the doors ; p.h^hn-n.1^ •jp.kL.hn. 
-, one nail drives out another, (new 
things or persons make old ones for- 
gotten) ; S. pi-«-t#«. ; - //uiulnt-m , Mui^uip 

fLuji^ii_ir, iflf^uiuini^ui uiuiim^li , to make 
a great booty, to pillage, to sack ; - 
V-P c//"*^*'' ^0 despoil, to deprive of; 

- jnif-p ni-pnt,^ , to harass, to hold in 
suspense ; - n^m^i , to rouse one's 
self, to awaken ; - q^-l-'i'l' , to get sober 
again, to sleep off drunkenness or de- 
bauch ; — ^«!p /I AhiLMiij nt-pni^ , to save 
one from the hands of another, to li- 



17 p-M 

berate, to rescue; - ^puY»4"'-P/"-* 
jn^Jhfk, to free from the effects of 
another's resentment, to pardon; - [• 
piajj qnifl, , to die, to perish; - yjr«'_ 

Uitt-tlU t t^/uit /# ll/rpuij nE-pnijp t to VCUt 

one's anger, to wreak one's vengeance; • 

- •(P-'ii''" jnp . to give vent to one's 
angry passions; - ^ru„ip,, to discharge 
one's bile, to vent one's spleen; u,^ 
itl--[_-' to add, to subjoin; to conclude; 

- nuintXb, to remove, to change habi- 
tation, to empty a house of its furni- 
ture ; - •juni-p jit-p jn.p , to draw the 
sword against, to brandish the sword ; 

- ip.uiJ-aili , to drink off the cup to its 
dregs; to drink up; - ^'i,^., to escape, 
to disengage one's self, to get rid off, 
to abscond; fig. to humiliate, to abase, 
to lower one's self to ; - qlHi^ /. ^f""«^ 
ink"!' , to dismount, to leap from horse- 
back ; - ^A^u . to spend, to dissipate, 
to waste, to squander; - i^/J- 1*- ■^rf- 
imi-p-lit^i , to make great efforts, to 
employ all one's energy, to do any 
thing in the world; to strive with all 
one's heart, to sharpen one's tools, 
to prepare one's self ; - I'l^y ,to throw 
off the yoke; - qn,p [, /jf/ii,,,^ , to deprive 
of life , to massacre ; - f i^JL-u/iij 
(quii„i [, /^iLnt-l,), to separate the com- 
batants ; - if-u/ihi jni-ilt-_^k . to inter- 
rupt a discourse ; p-tuifikui^ *>«.<.% 
2ptn.i, the ship is unloaded; iy»/3- 
p-u„l,l.-ui qjtq_ [, ^4i, flee from our 
hands. 

P".«/^»/«r, t-jiy vn. to pour out, to 
spread, to flow, to throw down, to 
overturn; to take refuge, to emigrate; 
to be deprived of; to get rid of, to 
free one's self from, to disentangle 
one's self, to flee, to save one's self 
by flight ; - f -It-fy , to fall on (the 
enemy); to rush against ; to dash , 
to dart, to rush upon ; - jnt-Jkgk t 
fiuij , to leave, to desert, to abandon ; 

- [i innu,,/ , f, {..h^u,^ , to grow foolish, 
to become mad, to lose one's mind ; 

- inpifiilni-P-lTUjb iiuniniuuni-tiiq , tO VCUt 

one's grief in tears ; - u»/;«>< j.ujiu'uli , 
to be decanted, poured from one ves- 
sel to another;- ^/A«-o/ , to recover 
from intoxication; - jlr[ilii,lij j^pkhv • 
to descend from heaven; -4;»n/^fe/r4'"- 
p-n, , to strike fire, to produce sparks ; 

- ^.nJbn/, to lose colour, to fade; - 
^pny , to be dried up, exhausted ; /■ 



jl^k"!' , be off! get out! go away! 

•iL-p. let every knee bend before the 
incarnate Word. [rushing (river). 

^ut^/itip-iu^ a. impetuous, violent, 

{<^u,]l,l3-,a,{,l,i_ „f„„[, . to palpitate, to 
flutter, to throb, to go pit-a-pat. 

^•"•/•[•i_s. bleacher: washerwoman, 
laundress ; fuller : a washerwoman's 
beetle; stick for gathering fruit; - 
•luipnj , the penis of animals ; - £,uiil'n_ 
Mjui^hp, a judge, arbiter, he who con- 
fers rewards ; he who separates com- 
Datants; lut^tuptul^ t muLit (3-uith^li , blea- 
ching-house : bleaching-field ; fuller's 
field. 

{ii'itiifn,-ah s. effusion, shedding; 
evacuation , expulsion , egestion ; 
IT/""**/* ' descent, humiliation, incar- 
nation of J. C. 

^'•"•ttra *• fullery, bleaching-house. 

^u,]i,^^pi,ju s . fulling , act of 
bleaching linen. 

^up^,n,-P a. vacant, empty; aban- 
doned, forsaken; uninhabited, desert, 
unpeopled; deprived of; wanting in; 

- uiii^.ti^i^, P-n'is-i-ij to make or render 
desert, to devastate; - ^ifr^,, 2ft,»^, 
to be deserted, desolate, unpeopled; 

- uMn!i,iri_ t/mniX, to Tomove from a 
house; - /, 4^ix;„^^ , deprived or 
devoid of talent ;-, [• s. wooden tray, 
tea-tray. 

3"ti *'"■ to remain empty, without; to 
be emptied, evacuated; to be uninha- 
bited, devastaT;ed; to become desert, 
desolate. 

(fI-«,^»^.,L/J^f ■_■>/ s. emptiness, vacuity. 

p-iuz/jo^, \, , u,i- s. religious proces- 
sion: /. - /riu.%/ru to go in procession ; 
-iuIium"!, ik-ujtL^i , mount Tabor ; -luuiki, 
ad. processionally. 

^'mpP-ui^nifh , -_f_n,^(, a. hidden, se- 
cret, private, stealthy, clandestine; arf. 
in secret , privately , furtively , by 
stealth, stealthily, slyly. 

^ui^u,p.u,i, '^d. secretly, stealthily, 
furtively ; unknown to others ; silent- 
ly, softly, quietly, noiselessly: enig- 
matically, allegorically. 

^ P'u/^^.ur^/,^4„L^^ a. secret, occult, 
hidden, mysterious, dark, obscure. 



{8 P'bP- 

fi'uip^iu/ii.aj; uM^uij vn. to become 
hidden, to remain concealed. 

^.u^l' a. ad. S. P'ui|./3^.".f "«-*' . P'otfj. 

^u,^,n,-PI--i' s. hiding, occultation, 
concealment; secrecy, mystery, ar- 
canum. 

fi'utpn^'r, , ^"''"ji a- occult, hidden, 
secret ; pliys. latent ; [• - ad. in secret, 
privately. 

of concealing, of being concealed; 
concealment, secret; hiding-place; 
retreat; a. hidden, occult, secret; 
p^,up„u,l..- ad. secretly, privately, in a 
hidden maniier; p-.Mi^umhu.'u ib'^l^u b 

u.lru.'l, , Ip-lrl^ /' p,Hpu,n[. , tO be COU- 

cealed, hidden, placed in ambush; - 
nJi,^^, to hide, to abscond, to lie in 
ambush; ^■*'fr£_f /?u»pi/«.fr«u>» . to place 
or hide upon the sly, or in a dungeon ; 
/. %j-^-i,k itr l^^ynpu. - , he hid nothing 
from him, he had no secrets with him. 

P"«^»7£-5«Ai-./*, »"-jf va. to hide, to 
cover, to conceal; to mask, to cover 
with a pretence ; to veil; to envelope ; 
to hide or bury under ground, to 
inter ; npn^.yl3^ - , to lay snares for ; 
^[•,„i[, n^p - quihXh , he did uot know 
what hole to creep into. 

^uig_nL.g,Jiinii_, -_j»i^o. that hides, or 
conceals. 

ft'uip^.j; .ptruij vn. to hide, to be 
concealed, to lie hid, to abscond; to 
disappear. [tives. 

P'«{^</,/ft/tyr^ , u't^j s. pi. the fugi- 

[i'.upiiuinj^ , ainjftj s . pi • hidden 
things, arcana. 

^tuouMnnjo , P'uj^/#i#ij7fl t u3^ s. hiding- 
place;^ jd^ui^iiuinj [pMlri_,io hide or 
conceal one's self. 

P't^.«7/ , nj OV ft , uij s. woof, warp ; 
S. P'i^^Ji,[!p . 

«. sleeveless cloak. 



lutn , iirt 



ld'ir^iA,„i.„P , uiij s. sleeved cloak. 

P'/rquAlip , it.uj s. pi. sleeves. 

{d'/rp-iri. , UIJ OV n^ a. light ; active, 
nimble; slender; venial; frivolous; s. 
ease, leisure; -, -u, -nil_ad. quickly, 
lightly, easily ; - nm[,t-^ , light-footj 
light-footed, nimble ; - /Jfe-tq^ , light- 
winged ; - Jltii.y, , likpp , j!»»t5r , light 
hand; slight wound; light sleep; - 

f-ltbfi t /^4"/ * ^^pm^nL-p , uni-pTC, light 



wine; weak tea; slight repast; weak 
coffee ; -„ ju,%^u/i,ki_, to coimnit slight 
faults; -„ 4"a"'-j'"*^t.> to lighten, to 
facilitate ; - ilfiitri^um. Irini-ni-ilh , to take 
an oath lightly or inconsiderately ; - 

does that seem to you a light thing? 
- A-yA-t. ■>/#/;„ jui^iuuin>-P-k%k 1 he rested 
from his labours. 

^lrP-lT^u.p.,up ad. lightly, swiftly ; 



219 p-bl« 

P'tpfr<_u/p«,;^a. of a light step. 



f^lrp-ir^mp.iupn/ tt. giddy, incoHsider- 
ate, trifling; Yolatile, inconstant. 

^lT[}-lv^u,p.,iipy„L.[3-lii^, s .- levity , 
thoughtlessness, unsteadiness ; pueri- 
lity, childishness. 

(*^/3ti-iuf-A-ni a. of light weight, 
light, easy to carry. 

\i'hp-ki-Mif.l!i, a. cheap, low-priced. 

^'•Irp-lrmi.fhuiij , /ij a. swift, nimble, 
light. [,..t^, to sell -. 

\^'hp-lri-u,ip,li ad. cheaply ; - 4i"^'". 

^'kp-hiuMi-njb a. lighter, very light ; 
very easy. [slight, Hght. 

P'/r/?4-^«/5.„p6- a . slightly made , 

^ir[3-y,.uM(3^yi-, -p-n-l^a. swift-wing- 
ed, swift flying, active, nimble. 

^k-p-hM^mfimpmli^ u . light, ft'ugal ; 
- uhifni'ti, a light dinner. 

^wp^hruulil, ad. lightly, briskly; 
slightly, hastily; thoughtlessly. 

^'hp-trt-u.Jliu, a. light-minded, light- 
headed, hare-brained, giddy. 

P'lrpiri-u,,/h,l,ir , t-ju,/ vn. to be 
giddy, volatile, inconstant. 

P't/?A-«-f«i/i.nt/?//t4 s. weakness of 
mind, giddiness ; levity, inconstancy, 
fickleness ; imprudence. 

P't/Jtx.f/A/j../' , •"juij vn . to be 
lightened, disburdened, exonerated ; 
fig. to ease ones' self, to relieve one's 
self. 

^/rp-k-^u/hq-iair a. light-limbed, nim- 
ble, agile, brisk, active, alert. 

(a*t/?tt.u,*p «.p;. levity; inconstancy, 
volubility ; adulation. 

^hpt-i-ui^uipJ- a. agile, lithesome, 
dexterous ; quick, swift. 

^lrP-ht-uMjni-gui%lrJ',n,_^l, vu. to light- 
en, to disburden; to relieve, to ease; 
fig. to relieve, to alleviate, to assuage, 
to lighten, to allay ; - ^hni, jni-Jh^k , 
to withdraw ones' hand, to cease to 

afllict ; luuiiu^uMt- [3-lrl^'h-t-iuqnK-niMt'li^ 

qju/itjiu'iia , repentance extenuates a 
fault. 



^hp^huhj- S. (*t/?A 



L,tuqni-> 



•3"'-3' 



ulik-J* 



^!r[HTi.ifi.p,u^ a. light in the race, 
rapid, swiftly-rushing, wing-footed, 
light of foot, light-footed, nimble; ad. 
swiftly, rapidly. 

P't/3 y,-n,-P-l,ii, s. lightness ; activity, 
agility; alleviation, exoneration, relief; 
frivolousness, futility; inconsideration, 
thoughtlessness, folly; levity; igno- 
miny, scorn, dishonour ; fig . relief, 
sollevation. [sing (cloud). 

p't^p-tri-n^/i ( m.n^lili ) o. light or pas- 

ft'hp-lnun^m, s. relief, ease (from 
pain). 

(3»A-/3-/.t.f., n<_o s. conjecture; proof, 
essay ; /. -««." •/i^u.^fr^. to conjecture ; 
to put to the proof, to test, to prove, 
to essay, to try. 

|4*A^, I7JI s. thread, filament; fibre; 
mus. chord; - nu^[, , <«^/S-<o/3/i , ty». 
liuiP-l,, gold or silver thread; iron 
or metal-wire ; i,,uuiui'iilr[_ -u -u . to 
reduce to filaments ; to atomize ; - 
^-i joi,i;iit^l_, to weave thread by 
thread ; to adorn symmetrically ; -.p 
p.u/i,lij , uiiumJht.ptrui'b , the thread of a 
discourse or story; i,>u.nufi,lri_wi- p.m'iijfii, 
to break the thread of one's argu- 
ment ; - lil/iiuig , the thread of life; 4'"- 
mu/hhi^ q- iih'i.uij , to cut the thread of 
life, to cut off one's days. 

^kluMnlfi , &C. S. ^lTn.,ui}-lip , &C. 

^hiuiq^lip a . that instigates, that 
advises; -ipil-r S. P-t^u^^t,/-. 

^triu-ij-phj; Irijl va. to instigate, to 
prompt, to incite, to suggest, to 
inspire, to advise, to counsel, to 
dictate. 

p-A^u^^nt/^f ti s. suggestion, insti- 
gation,persuasion, incitement,counse] , 
advice, dictate. 

P"t££«4 , uiy s. oar ; rudder. 

\i'hiu,^.ii_, u-3 s. agent, bailiff, proc- 
tor, manager, saving man. 

P'fr^.«4<«i, ft s. wire drawing-plate. 

P^t^V/ , p-liliu/iM s. top of the shoulder, 
acronium; shoulder-bone, shoulder; 
arm : end of a vbook ; S . P'f 4nt% ; - 
uiitlrujbpl^ , to undertake, to attempt; 
to aspire to, to pant for, to seek ; to 
embroil ; to sell off, to dispose of; vn. 
to explain one's self, to pretend to 

be; qdiunq-luuiL-inp , qp^nAp — tuiflr^ tO 

pass one's self off for a doctor, for a 

SO 



fa-bP 



220 



P-bP 



prince ; to play the grandee, to lord 

to desire eagerly, to covet the pri- 
macy, to aspire to honours; - #«*^A-^ 
„^jtp , to favour, to support, to assist, 
to protect, to aid, to defend; - .oft-fr^ 
t^'tti'T "«-fni.^ , to rebel, to revolt ; 
- [i p-t/il,%, strutting, looking big, 
playing the swell, walking or acting 
in a stately, imposing or boastful 
manner. 

P"*-'^*. a heap of unwinnowed grain. 

P't.^tuy b-uin. , ^/riji , ,fL.nJ S. pitch- 

tree ; bdellium. 

p-t^o^. p s. oak, oak-tree; holm-oak. 

P'/r,r, p s. diocese, bishopric ; epis- 
copal revenues. [diocese. 

P'tf/i//^^,^, _^,„% a. diocesan, of the 

p-A-uji-^ s. monkey, ape. 
*f*fc«^»L^ S. 4"^ ■"'"-/»• 

P'tn. s. woollen thread. 

P'fr/' . ^ s. side, part ; i^u,plri_qp.uj[,p. 
t lit -> io select, to separate; ijfiiiri_ (, 
~k nt^pn._^ , to sustain, to defend, to 
side with. 

P'^/""P'"j a. half open, half shut, 
a-jar, on the jar. 

^hpuiiftir s. geom. ellipsis. 

^hpu.if.y'i, a. most imperfect, very 
defective. 

^k-pii,q.ph,r, frj/i va. to write imper- 
fectly or erroneously, to wrest a book 
(from its proper sense). 

^hpiuPiM,^ ll!lilri_ f, n^L^nj, to be 

still half drunk. 

Y^hpiuil^ , -iiuiuiiup a. imperfect, de- 
fective, half formed, incomplete, unfin- 
ished. 

^lr(,uiirli% a. abortive. 

P'tpu,/iai,nu,pn,.p'/, s. imperfection, 
defect, blemish. 

p-t^^^tS. p>^^^»4t. 

P-t^u/^/yr/. s. peninsula. 

^lrpuj^ui,_u,,„, /rj a. whose belief is 
imperfect, distrustful, unbelieving, 
incredulous. 

vn. to be distrustful, mistrustful, to 
distrust, to suspect. 

p"tfrui4,/,t./«,„nf-/?/u_>» s . distrust , 
mistrust, unbelief, incredulity. 

p-t^iiu^ny. a. negligent, careless. 

{d'lrpM^jti. s. geom. ellipsoid. 

P'i-^u/,^/,,, a. mistrustful, irresolute. 

P'iri,iui/;„/rir, t-jl, vn. to be mistrust- 
ful, irresolute, to doubt. 



^hp>,iir,„nL.pf, s. distrust, mistrust,: 
doubt. 

^kput'iiiuir, iugiy vn. to want, to be 
deficient, imperfect, defective; to 
distrust, to doubt, to suspect ; - [, 
^lui-aiuiu , to deny the faith, to become 
a renegade ; - /» jn,.„nj%, to lose hope; 

- It uiuiiiinn,.^ , to fail in one's duty. 

p-t^/iu/tn/^a. convalescent, recover- 
ing, [recovery. 

\^lrpu,n.n,gn,-Ptit.% s. couvalescence, 

p»A-^#u.//»nt.iY» , ^ s. penumbra, dim 
light. 

^hpiuiliiipJ- . I'j a . unpractised , 
young, unexercised, new, unversed. 

p-t^mw. s. geom. ellipsis. 

^k-puiuilru/b a. elliptical. 

^k-[,iun,tu a. shortsighted: obscure, 
not distinct. 

^irput^ni-^iu'riirMr, ni^j/jw vtt. to dimi- 
nish, to render imperfect. 

P»fr^.«,^ , p-i-^.o^/f/T s . household 
gods, the penates. 

fi'lrpiupiuira. imperfect; half opened; 
half shut; scarce, obscure, dark ; arf. 
superficially, obscurely, darkly. 

P't^iupu-./tu,^ a. not well placed in 
the scabbard. 

fi'lrpt-M-u ad. perhaps, it may be ; 
certainly, also, already ; £-«. - j[,puiM-p , 
in truth, truly, really, indeed; tt- n^-, 
hi- n^ f-uli - , n^ l''''i_- t certainly not ; 

- ,rnn.„.guh., have they perhaps for- 
gotten ? - n^k lytiufki' . is it not so ? - 
.u«t^, to doubt, to have doubts, to 
question. 

^irpi^ir„iiru,i_ s. remaining in a glass 
after drinking. 

^irpP-, jiji s. leaf; bot. petal; sheet 
of paper ; lamina, foil, spangle, plate, 
sheet, leaf; Jl - [umi-uipu, , a leaf of 
salad ; J[i - Pm-qP- , a sheet of paper ; 
n,.pui}fuii_- ( ifpiij ) , in octavo. 

^irpPuipujp s. slate. 

^iri,p[,li s. small leaf, leaflet; bot. 
foliole. [to bloom. 

^tpPl^irvn. to leaf, to put on leaves; 

P-frpl- a. imperfect, defective, in- 
complete, faulty; ad. imperfectly, 
faultily ; ,?. the half, moiety; a part, a 
side ; the rest ; t-pti-p ujph-if^uiip, lik" - . 
half the sun is seen eclipsed ; ^""^ 
^-■fc . to supply ; - •i.uttu%[,i_ jlftljip t to 
be wanting in, in need of, to want for, 
to lack; to be at a loss. 



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P-bh 



^hliluaipu ^lrpl„npnil_a. boiled soft ; 

- An,- , boiled egg. 

ft'tpf.a,, a. stammering; mus. dis- 
sonant, discordant. 

^k-pni-P-liiX s. want, imperfection, 
incompleteness, defectiveness, fault- 
iness. 

P't;»n<.ijr/..^ a. not altogether right, 
not perfectly equitable. 

P>ti. , nj s. wing; arm; pinion; flight, 
rush, dash; fig. wing, protection; - 
uiifoplruM^ , sails of a wind-mill ; sweep, 
fan ; - t°/""j • wings of an army ; - 
Aliiu'b^ , fins of fish; - i,iu'iiq.k-pil,g, 
sleeve of a coat ; - 'fc.«t-n<. , rudder, 
oar, or sail of a ship ; -^ 4"'f5/"j > the 
wings of the wind; - •f.piu'i.g, leaf, 
fold of door ; - H,u,i:Cu,p\i , towers of 
the templB ; pyramids ; - •(.•un.uM^f.til, , 
portcullis; gratest door of menagery; 
-^ Irplipl , the ends of the earth ; -« 
u,n.^,ni.i_, to have wings, feathers ; -« 
ujfttfj to flutter, to take wing; to fly 
away; - utpfiiuiitiB. f^'Ui-uip^tir; - [• - , 

- [i- lu,uuiilTUj[_or jhn-lsuiij arm in arm; 

- u„ai_nt-Jh^ , to give one's arm to; pu,^ 
uiu£j uiuipqkij ##i#«#rti«i-A-^o— 1# , to Spread 
the wings ; i,uiu,iui,yi_ q-u , to clip or 
crop (a bird's wings) ; fig. to fetter or 
paralize a person. 

|9-£'<.i»p.>7<.»/i^ ipiliW vn. to fledge, to 
get feathered ; to be winged, to have 
wings; to begin to fly, to spread the 
wings for flight. 

^ki-uMpnt-um-P-f s. growth of wings. 

winged, furnished with wings, plumed, 
fledged. 

|(htt.u.j«.-ra^/3- a. having fine wings. 

P'bi-iup-uiif a . plucked , without 
feathers, clipped ; - lun^iilnr, to pluck, 
to clip, to crop. 

P't-t.iap.u.fpJ', irji'i/ vn. to be pluck- 
ed ; fig. to be put to shame. 

flhk,_u,it a. well feathered. 

fi-t^i-uiiflrj; if/, vn. to flutter, to flap 
the wing, to beat or flutter the wings ; 
to fly, to fly about; to study, to exer- 
cise one's self, to apply one's self to ; 

- JhpP^n/, the growing of the hairs. 

(9>£'<.u<6^»../?/>i.'ii s. flutter, flapping 
of wings. 

^If^uili , uij s. small wing, pinion : 



clavicu, lacoUar-bone : skirt , lappet, 
fringe. 

^h^mliiu'u a. winged, flying, [thers. 
^lr,-u,lil,qi,j' vn. to burn one's fea- 
P't£_«.4^.j a. of the same party ; al- 
lied; - ib'i'i'u to take wing; u./ii/»tjf_ 
ifn^ 1>,-P - , to take aid. 

Y^ht^uMl^nluh-ir, h-^l* , —liiltiF, Is-auMj vn. 

to flap, flutter or beat the wmgs, to 
soar up, to wing one's flight, to spread 
the wings for flight; fig. to try, to 
endeavour, to compel one's self to, to 
apply one's self to, to do without help; 
to occupy one's self with ; to under- 
take, to follow; - /», to be bordering 
on; ju.niuaiuiJ'pn^p-liJi, -, to insurge, 
to revolt ; jn^-uJh^iu - , to give one's 
self up to study ; - fJluilruiirp^ , to help 
mutually or one another, to assist 
each other; f> •nni-phi-uM„.u - , to devote 
one's self to commerce. 

p'ttu.^"/""'-/^/"-^' ' -"«-3£ s. effort, 
eagerness, alacrity, earnestness, as- 
siduity; inchnation; application; oc- 
cupation, study. 

(3fi-«-u»4«.i-/i. llfbJiiT S. P'ti-uj^'"/"*-./'. 

^ifLjuiiLjliir, h-iju-i vn. to join, to unite 
wings ; to assist each other. 

^/TM^u/huij", m^ui) vn. to fly. 

^hi-ufuy^ni-li s. mech. diagonal brace 
or piece. [wings; to fly. 

^l.-i.uiuiuiplrj' , -fiiT vn. to stretch 

^lrc.u,iMiuMp!pu,^ a. that keeps under 
the wings ; kept under the wings ; that 
protects; protected. 

P'tt-ui/^tm s . the commander of 
one wing of an army, brigadier. 

^iri-uiupoiltj; hjl, va . to shelter 
with the wings, to cover. 

fi'lri.ui„iaipm& tt. with sproad wings; 
- piiq.niLit-/_ ^#7p , to receive with open 
arms or wings. 

^lrL.tnplilf,ri ygft vn. to extend the 
wings ; to be a protector, to pat- 
ronize : to obtain possession. 

^ht-iuplini- a. that protects, that 
patronizes ; s. protector; - ilfuls-ij 4««A_ 
H.f,nu,'b,i,[_, to be the protector , to 
protect, to sustain, to support. 

^ht-uiplim-P-^t^i, s. protection, pa- 
tronage; S. P*ti.m5-nt./3^^«-i . 

^/ri^iup^nt-Sii s. manner of working 
or managing a rudder or oar, act of 
steering or rowing. 



^'tr^-mglrir vn . to beat with the 
■wings. 

p-frtjui-np , ujjj a. winged, that has 
wings ; - u/7,[,t. , mech. paddle-wheel ; 
-fiiP-u,/ , chain-pump, chain of buckets. 

^Ir,-mi-np[iir, Ir^iy Vtl. _tO fledgO, tO 

get feathered. 

^lTL.u,L.ni,n.-P-l,ii, s. the being wing- 
ed or feathered. 

P't.-t.r, i-jf vn. to fly. 

^Iri-lli s. small wing, pinion ; fin ; 
little arm. 

p>£._2S«4 , u/j s. oar, scull; mecA. fast- 
ening bar, tringle ; - [• J-uMj\u^ni-gl, , 
appendix. 

^k^ing s. rufiie ; muff ; *woman's 
maniple or sleeves ; meeh. casing. 

p-t^, nj *. bran; - J/^uAj , scale; 

•tib"V < scurf of the head, dandruff; 



^yplrL 1: 



u Aliu/ii, to scale. 



^kiliujiTniiP- a. scaly, that has a 
scaly skin; crustaceous, shelly with 
joints; -^ s. crustacean, crustata. 

^h^uMi_jjp , —ifinm , -unhiu^a, SCaly, 

squamous, covered with scales. 

P't;//n<_4 f •I'liufii s. white scab, fur- 
fur ; impetigo , moist tetter ; ring- 
worm- 

^h:f,„.p. S. C/f 

fl'irpir.r, frj/f va. to edge, to sharpen, 
to point, to grind; to forge, to fashion, 
to fabbrieate ; to twist, to warp ; fig. 
to bend, to incline ; to exercise, to 
instruct, to inform; -^Jn^nu., to become 
biting or sarcastic. 

^qui^iif- , ^^u/i, Jfi s. span, palm, 
hand ; a. ad. a palm long. 

(3*»t^fi#«£*««» . -^ihliiutitliuiir a. gird- 
ed with leaves of the fig-tree. 

p'^t'fcf s. fig-tree ; -p , orchard of 
fig-trees. [fig-ground. 

^^.'iing s. plantation of fig-trees ; 

^niilrpni-li s. becafico, fig-eater. 

^,fn,-li, Pqlfuig s. pigmy, dwarf, 
shrimp. [P-^tfeoj. 

ft'^i-ui a. loaded with figs ; s. S. 

p-4 conj. if; that ; whether; perhaps; 

- uin.'hkip ^//./T- , if you do it; iii_n^l,u,h,r 

- uipuipl,^ vat f'P'k •>}_< I do not know 
whether I shall do it or not ; limpirkir 

- hlihu^k I I think that he will come ; 

- utpuiuji^ Itl. kp-k n^, whether he do 
it or no. [supposed. 

^k'"li-/ii a. conditional,hypothetioal, 
p-tuiofi-u ad. conditionally, hypo- 
thetically. 



p-P-fl 

pmukp f &c. [notwithstanding, 

p-^-ti- con;', even if, although, though, 
fh^ifl, S. P-tZ/t, and P>/-4«.-%. 

^k/ ' [' • I"- *• *^^ ? ~ 4"'*""*'^.' green 
-; - ubuji- , black -; mmii^ -y, — shrub, 
— plant ; mh-phi-^ -It , — leaves ; maup^ 
ht-uin. -/> , —trade; uipJ^iip^ -/» , — chest ; 
uint-ifi -[• , — caddy, — canister ; 4""?^ 
ituiir.^ , I'liiaiiip -[i , — service , — set , 
—things ; •mfuk-.y -/. , —board, —tray ; 

uuMijiap -fi , — urn; ^n.ni-^[i^-li , — ket- 
tle ; >{fn«-<' , "»tro/3- -p , — pot; •jfiuiiuiiji, 
puiJ-MMili -[i , — cup, cup of - ; P-MUU Jp - , 
— cupful; t["t"'i_ ~b • — spoon ; q.pif.u,i_ 

Jjt —, SpOOniUl; i^uluuiuJuluil^D , b-aina , 

^luuuitria^ t p^/liP^P I iltultp ulujpupjatino 

-^ » — cake ; pifUih^ — , um^nt^^ — ^» 
jni-Jhi , to drink - ; to take - ; 
^p,u^,pk-i_ I - , to give a —party; 
4fo2i]!iu •f.iMtijxiii. lu hi. piPuihi^- , will you 
come and take - with -me? 

p-k/uiiru/h (%ijiilii) s. tea-pot. 

P't"«-/*/>t>» s. condition, clause, hy- 
pothesis, supposition. 

ft'^uik"! • -fri- conj. even if, although, 
though; whether; - . . . , - . . . , whether 
. . . , or . . • ; either . . . , or ... ; -i-«- [>jk , 
however, whatever. 

^pi/iil< s. mulberry-tree. [yeast. 

*^P-[uJ'np . P'Pni. luiTnp S . lOaVOn, 

P"/?™!-, nj a. acid, sour, tart, sharp; 
bitter, harsh, grievous, sad; s. c/tem- 
acid ; *- ^irnp S. ^p^Jhp . 

^Pn.-u,pLuip , -i-lUb ad. rudely, rug- 
gedly, fiercely. 

p-/?f.«-mpfr^ a. that bears sour fruit. 

^Pnt-uittlA , ir%[, s. ehem. oxygen. 

^'Pni.uiif'h.uii^s. acid salt. 

^'Pni.uiit'iilru,i_ a. oxygenized, oxy- 
genated. 

P>/?i,i.u/i^it^, a. oxydable. 

P'Pni-iu^tr'iijiaq^a. austoro. 

^flni-ui^.uj- a. sour-tasted. 

^Pnt-u,^ a. acidulated, sourish, 
somewhat or rather sour, half-sour 
half-sweet. 

P'Pn^t>-/i S. p-Z^nLu/pt^; -J., s. acid 
fruits in general, lemons, oranges, 
limes, &c. 

p"/?»n-frjfji.juAi-»/", ni^^fw va. to aci- 
dulate, to sour; fig. to exasperate, to 
provoke. 

^Pni-lli a. subacid, sourish; s. 



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P'b^ 



weak or small wine, thin watery wine. 

P'/3o«-^.r, Is^^uij vn . to sour, to turn 
sour;^5'. to be soured; to be exas- 
perated. 

fi'P-nt.ni-P^ptA , (3*/?««.nL<ffi s- acidity, 
sourness ; - ^[•''•i-y , acescence. 

ft'P-nt-nM./^ s. chem. oxyd, oxide; -<«. 
iuiiT , to oxydate , to oxydize ; -•". 
•jm-HL , oxydation ; -/>// 1 protoxide. 

p*/?fFi.nLi.. a. S. p'R/.«-u»2_;4-. *pickles; 
— Iiuiiiuii/p[, , iliupnt^ii-li , &c., pickled 
cabbage, cucumber, &c. ; ohem. acid, 
salt of hydrogen ; - i,lrnufi,lii.p , liquid 
— ; — ^tufutntiA f diluted — ; — ui^tup t 
weak - ; - f!«</<( , concentrated - ; 
p-pP-'b^yk"'''' - • oxalic - . 

^p-ni-nt-muM^il, s. acid-moter. 

|a>/3^4f^, ^pn.%l.^s. hot sorrel. 

p-^, #y , (9*/><«4> <"j s. shovel; blade 
of an oar, oar; rudder, helm: bagnio, 
hulks; p-[, uiuipmltifl , spade, shovel; 
/?f ^n-u/b, a baker's shovel; p-ji.uli 
^pmliuipii/hli , fire-shovel ; - iputjuthujf , 
wooden shovel; - i^o^t/_ S. p"^u»^«_ 
pt.r; - ^pki_ nt^J-ii-l/ii , to row vigor- 
ously; ^uiiuiruili l3-[,Mi,/io_p , four-oared; 
p-l-.uii HLMng, shoulder-blade, blade- 
bone, scapula. 

^(•uipni^i s. row-lock, (that part of 
a boat's gun-wale in which the oar 
rests in rowing). 

|3*/iu»^^, mj rower, oarsman, boat- 
man, bargeman, waterman. 

^[•uiiluMphir, h-jjji va. to row, to pull, 
to oar. [rowing. 

p>^«/./.«^./i-/?f ijfc s. the art or act of 

f^l'^t P-qb , PquiL. s. span ; palm ; 
p-quii. jirpliuipini-PliL^i , a palm's 
length ; Pufiiipm-PlnJii %npui Pqui^ , 
four inches thick. 

ft-lipt-t/p , Pqu/ii s. plated metal, 
plate, lamina; tin, tin-plate. 

^lipiri^uii-npit , ujj «. tinman; gold- 
beater. 

P'[,pt-i/p,ufnp^nM-P[iLjri s. tin wares. 

P'^/?tY?//jj s. mech. flatting-mill. 

^jtPlrni, , Pn-u/i, , Pn.n^i^ , ^[.pirn., 

i^i s. butterfly, papilio ; ^tn/uuip/il>i_ 

/» - , to become a butterfly. dung. 

*P"^/3t* or ft'l.Ppii, s . dried cow- 

^lip.ini, s. mica, ammochrysos. 

P"//.' Pit s. suburb, village. 

P'/r.' Pis/ • Pitc *• amulet, talisman. 

p"/,//* S. P-^ii . P"^4"^%f. . 

^YlfiiuiPnn. , «3 s. elbow-chair, arm- 
chair. 



P"M*""A'/t «• having one's back 
injured, or one's shoulders out of 
joint. 

^[ilfiiiulilij <^ • who succours, sup- 
ports, takes the part of, *backs up. 

^lilii,uiJk2_, Jk£^ s. chine, back-bone, 
back. [plaid. 

^[iZ/jiu/iinj , ,uj s. frock, mantle, 

p>/r4><«,«£.«4 , u,j s. body guard, life- 
guardsman, yeoman of the guard, sa- 
tellite ; guard, guardsman; -^, life- 
guards, body-guards. 

^lilfliui^uit-nt-PliiX s. pain in the 
back or shoulders. 

^lil/huiL^ku, , ^lilfiilriij ,„j a. strong- 
backed, broad-shouldered. 

P'/.i^/iy , .«j s. frock-coat, surtout ; 

O. ]p*llt/btu7inu • 

^[.liiinjutli , [, s. dress coat, habit. 

P'/.^n.-'fcp , ^iu?/j s. back, shoulders ; 
back, hind part; fig. aid, succour, as- 
sistance , *backing up ; ^u,pipuig,ui_ 

^.putlt auitlh-ltutpi J-niinllnt-pipb P [t l^uj ilfjLit 

^uip [, ,ihp , he was taller than all the 
people from the shoulders upward, 
(head and shoulders taller than all 
the people); it/«-/A m-pn^-p ^pit-i^ ^ 

lljrpuif PfltiuAiq P^iuJhujn jit-pna , tO 

place one's hand on the necks of one's 
enemies ; to put one's enemy under, 
to subjugate ; -%« ^u/^.}««-j«At^, to 
turn the back, to take to flight, to 
flee ; -"iiu «„„^ u,phri.yib-j , to turn to 
the west; -iu umAfr^ or -i<» oifi„uliui_ 
'iin,_phiu'i, uiiAtri_, to form an alliance, 
to enter into an alliance, to confide 
in, to recur to, to rely on ; ^-i./ 4f/<ua. 
lun^i.hij to strengthen one's self, to be 
reinforced; /. -'iu i,iuau/i,h[_, l[u,u b2^. 
tit-lj to fly to the rescue, to send aid 
or reinforcements , to give a helping 
hand; ^«»/iiuY_/i' -■><« or /> -"iiu liyu , to 
turn back, to turn one's back, to fly; 
f -'iiii uiiLUi^hij to send back, away; 

- "iiiui-pi, poop; [• Pl-liuhi^, [, -"iiu or 
fi -"till liyu , qPliliuiJiLp , behind, from 
behind, backward. 

p^/A, P'iini s. grape-stone. 

P*/Ay ' P"/"-*'?- I Pi^'i-l> s . noise , 
sound, din, uproar, crash; resounding, 
booming, echo; wriggling, frisking; 

- »«>/fj , stamping of the feet; - 4^2('/7^u». 
%iaji , transport of joy; -«* iunAnt-i_, to 
make a noise, to resound; to wriggle; 
to rebound, to jump, to frisk or turn 
about; to thrill. 



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P"/./!- , P'^'tp S. ^it-lijif ; desire, ea- 
gerness, longing. 

P>/n, , p-ni-n^ s. number ; enumera- 
tion ; list, order, rank; quantity; 
era, epoch; number of chapters (in a 
book); gr . number ; -^ . arithmetic; 
4lrii,u^kiiii_- , abstract number; -^ or 
%tp.e P'"'-"j • Book of Numbers; - IOt- 
Xsri* 10 ; n^ i^p or "i_tyc ^'"j"* — » p-*"^ 
fn^iFklh, _guh, If- , their multitude was 
innumerable; p-m-ml^ ,uii^, inupq-lili , 
few years ; few men, persons ; [J-ni-n,j_ 
fi, .u.t.up/A/;^ , virtuous people are 
rare ; /i Pn^-y •/iu,/uih-i_, to be innumer- 
able , numberless ; u.'iijj,„-^i^mIti_ i^i^ 
~ f h — or 1^*1- — tupi£uiitK-/j — ^lugfut^ 

pni uinJMtri , n tilth- I a-~ ^uiiltunni t tO. 

number, to count, to calculate; to 
range, to set in order; /«- m^^ujifr^ 

ijaonu , — ^iiMifu^nni mnSLhl nonutq » tO 

review the troops ; // - or ^rf- — J\nui_ 
"Lku [, - uj'i,liuj'hlri_. to be of, or among the 
number; liui[,f.hi_li - lyi;;^ , to reckon 
or rank among; liujfii-hi_ ifii^ /i - uppn^ , 
to canonize, to number among the 
saints ; [• - •uuhi_. to recite ; // - ^/.mtiT, 
n--ulTu,i_ hj; I know by heart, memory 
or rote ; " c^tuii^upm^q , — ^luiTiupni luJb^ 
%.y%l, , the detail ; the sum total ; S. 
n"4fr/^/"-. [thyme. 

p'/<L//', u»3 , t/?/.._i/L/^.p , .«;_j s. hot, 

P-/-^%, &e. S. ^nj%, &c. 

^l<tXui,rn,-lu a. poisoned (arrow). 

P'/..-%^4 s. mackerel ( fish ). 

P^^tAou, my s. tunny (fish). 

P"^!-^ , /<3 or ng a. twisted ; crooked, 
oblique; stunted; erroneous, mistaken; 
perverse, froward; ad. wrongfully; 
awry, obliquely; crookedly; - Jblli,hi_, 
luoulri_, to interpret malignantly , to 
misconstrue, to put an ill construction 
on ; to preach a perverse doctrine ; - 
-!iufi.,uuiu>[,i, , unfrequented , winding, 
tortuous ro^d. 

p'/fi-^.«p."% a. erroneous. 

{S'liM-puiP-hj^ a. very crooked. 

fi'p.-pw/u i-. butt, mark, aim, target. 

^[ii^pu,// , luj s. storax (odoriferous 
gum) ; S. U'"/"-/""* ■ Cfrf 

P"f t-fi,u44- . f s. theriac. 

p'/.t.^m^/y ^i/.«/" vn. to fall in error 
together, to stray. 

fi'^^i.u.i'i. s. CAc- 

p'fi.^a.^t.^/gt, a . double tongued, 
deceiving. 



p-^iy.u././v'"' a - perverse , malign, 
wicked. 

^lit-plrii; hijf, va. to turn aside ; to 
wrest, to sprain, to wring, to twist, 
to make crooked, to bend; fig. to 
deprave, to pervert, to lead astray ; 
-(.•rvn. to be sprained, wrung ; to turn 
aside, to err; - ^»/»<"<-«kA" , to give 
unjust judgments ; - ^2C.%«»«^««//>4«» 
l>,„'i„u[,i,.i,g , to cause the steps of the 
weak to err;^- ^/."'-^' , to run aground, 
to run on the rocks; - ^t™ ^^a^iutf^ 
ni^pir.u'i, , to run after error for re- 
ward, to become corrupt through 
avarice. 

P'^<.^«L/?/.«-'i. s. sprain, twist; distor- 
tion, crookedness; fig. depravatioii, 
perversion. 

P'^u4 tMin^il^rva. to despise. 

P"^^. P-[J<1' s. hem, border: the 
privy parts ; prepuce; - uih-k-ij to bor- 
der, to hem ; to ornament, to trim, 
to embellish; — luity uii^uitnn^ntjiik^ifufb _ 
,uuj„-u ,upu,lri-uM'iiu/i,j , to tin